Ever wonder about the origins of the Tarot? The Mamlûk cards are some of the first cards introduced to Europe. These cards were from medieval Egypt and you can still see their influence on modern Tarot today.
You make thousands of decisions everyday. You decide what time to get up, what you’ll eat for breakfast, how you will make that breakfast, what dish you will put it on, what you’ll say to your loved ones as they wake up, what you’ll wear, how much shampoo you’ll use, and that’s all within the first few minutes of being awake! Clearly, we all know how to make decisions, but it’s the bigger decisions that get us hung up. Sometimes we can go years struggling over a decision. We are so afraid of making a mistake that it can seem easier to not even choose what to do.
Fate is a rather old fashioned idea. In the Middle Ages, in England, when you met a very poor person, that person would be described as an ‘unfortunate’ – literally, somebody who had not been blessed by fortune. This is no longer vogue. Nowadays, people might call that same person a ‘loser’ or try to sell them a self-help book or DVD.
How is your Mercury Retrograde going? This is said to be a time when communications, travel and electrical equipment may go awry but it’s also the perfect time for a ‘Do Over’. How do you plan to make the most of your time?
People often ask me how they can become more psychic and read the Tarot more naturally and intuitively. There are many ways, but in my opinion, the fastest is to release toxic thoughts and emotions. This is because it is our wounds and negativity that block us from connecting to all that is divine.
It is possible to predict future events. If you would like to know whether a certain event will come to pass, look for a psychic with the gift of precognition. If you would like timing for a future event, you want to work with someone who is an expert in a form of divination.
Your card today is the Six of Pentacles. The Six of Pentacles is about the balance of giving and receiving and is an exciting card for timing because it means the answer is ‘now’. Things will happen immediately, instantly, in this present moment.