Today I want to explore Tarot cards and those that indicate healing. This is a series of explorations with Tarot on specific topics and how certain cards can indicate the essence of that topic. I recently did one on cheating that was rather enlightening.
It is something that over time you will find easier to understand.
- Any one card doesn’t necessarily indicate, it is the combination of cards that will tell the story.
- Look for reversals – They often show a lack of healing.
- In context of Self in the reading, the card could mean the sitter is in need of healing.
Cards that Indicate Healing
- The World
- A welcome card to see when you’re recovering from illness, heart break or job loss
- The Hierophant
- He is offering a blessing
- This card is about acknowledging the end of something, a place to start healing
- This card is about hope and balance being restored
- Six of Swords
- This is a reminder to keep moving forward accepting the sadness about we must leave behind
- Six of Wands
- it shows a promising direction ahead
- Ace of Cups
- acceptance of and allowing of emotions towards a situation
- Two of Cups
- Caduceus, the doctor’s symbol is present
- Four of Swords
- A sign that rest will bring recuperation
- Three of Cups
- Reminder to celebrate what we have, and our friendships that support us
- Three of Swords – Reversed
- The swords are falling out and there is a silver lining in the clouds
- This is about learning and moving forward
- This card is also about balance being restored, picking up the pieces and beginning anew
- encourages a personal journey of introspection which is important for healing to take place
- Five of Cups
- with healing comes forgiveness, and this card indicates just that
Healing Comes When You are Ready
As you can see, these cards are not only indicating healing from a medical condition, but that of a spiritual nature, romantic and can even be applied to a job loss. Remember the cards have many layers of meanings. One card alone does not mean this to be true. It takes time to understand Tarot Cards and their meanings. Trust your intuition when using Tarot.
Tarot cards are NOT a substitute for a doctor, therapist, or other health care professional. Do not use these cards as a guarantee for recovery nor should they be used to diagnose or prescribe. They can only show the energy present. You should always seek out proper medical advice from the professionals.
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Although Tarot Reading is used as a self-counselling tool for spiritual growth and personal development, it is ultimately viewed as a form of entertainment. Tarot Reading is subject to interpretation and should not be taken as Absolute. A Tarot Reading is never 100% accurate, therefore it should never be fully trusted.
A Tarot Reading does not replace Professional Medical/Legal/Business opinion and advice on any occasion, regardless of how convinced you are that your reading is accurate and the reader to be trusted.
If you are suffering severe difficulties in any of the above areas of; physical health, mental health, legalities, and business concerns, you must consult with those professionally qualified to give suitable treatment and/or advice. Any decision you make because of any reading is done of your own free will.