Saturday, March 15, 2014

I Am The Fool

I woke up late today. I am usually asleep at 9am and awake by 5pm. But because I had to run errands pertaining to life insurance, I got to sleep at 5pm and woke up before 11pm. I still did my usual routine. Like I said in my other blog post, Moving On and Starting a New Chapter, I am a routine kind of gal. So after doing all the chores around the house, I was watching one of my favorite movies of all time, Armageddon, when my eyes got diverted to my tarot cards just lying there on the wooden bench in the living room. I was pretty emotional again, feeling confused and sad. So I thought that might be a good time to take a breather, talk to my spirit guides and pick my tarot card for the day. And guess what I picked? THE FOOL

 Below is what it all means according to



[ Actions ] [ Opposing Cards ] [ Reinforcing Cards ] [ Description ] [ Reversed? ] 
entering a new phase
striking out on a new path
expanding horizons
starting something new
beginning an adventure
going on a journey
heading into the unknown
being spontaneous
living in the moment
letting go of expectations
doing the unexpected
acting on impulse
feeling uninhibited
surprising someone
feeling carefree
having faith
trusting the flow
staying open
letting go of worry and fear
feeling protected and loved
living in joy
recapturing innocence
embracing folly
accepting your choices
taking the "foolish" path
pursuing a pipe dream
being true to yourself
taking a "crazy" chance
trusting your heart's desire

As Card 0, the Fool lies at the beginning of the major arcana, but also somewhat apart from the other cards. In medieval courts, the court jester was someone who was not expected to follow the same rules as others. He could observe and then poke fun. This makes the Fool unpredictable and full of surprises. He reminds us of the unlimited potential and spontaneity inherent in every moment. There is a sense with this card that anything goes - nothing is certain or regular. The Fool adds the new and unfamiliar to a situation.

The Fool also represents the complete faith that life is good and worthy of trust. Some might call the Fool too innocent, but his innocence sustains him and brings him joy. In readings, the Fool can signal a new beginning or change of direction - one that will guide you onto a path of adventure, wonder and personal growth. He also reminds you to keep your faith and trust your natural responses. If you are facing a decision or moment of doubt, the Fool tells you to believe in yourself and follow your heart no matter how crazy or foolish your impulses may seem.

I liked what that last part said. That I have to trust myself, my natural responses. That when I am in doubt, I should believe in myself and follow my heart even if my decision seems crazy or foolish. So yeah, I am The Fool right now. And I ought to embrace it. I can do this!

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