I have been writing about Tarot for some time, and like most people I have found that there are themes that run through the cards. I have delved into cards with elements of healing and cheating so far. Today the focus on those cards that have an element of gratitude.
It is something that over time you will find easier to understand.
- Any one card doesn’t necessarily indicate gratitude, it is the combination of cards that will tell the story.
- Look for reversals – They often reveal a need for gratitude or a lack there of.
- In context of Self in the reading, the card could mean the sitter is grateful.
Cards with an Element of Gratitude
- Ten of Pentacles
- the card of abundance, this card is all about being grateful for what you have.
- the sun is a reminder to take a moment and be grateful in the face of all that we have
- Six of Wands
- this card is about victory
- she is the perfect example of abundance and reminds us to connect with mother earth.
- her willingness to share points to her gratitude, knowing that she will gain far more with this attitude.
- Ace of Cups
- Cups are about emotions and the Ace has them pouring out of the cup.
- Three of Cups
- There is a celebration going on with three friends – how can you not be grateful for this moment?
- Six of Cups
- a reminder to appreciate the little things in life
- Nine of Cups
- the man is content, you can’t be content unless you are grateful.
- Ten of Cups
- the pinnacle of family happiness — who wouldn’t be grateful for that?
- The Hanged Man
- a change of perspective, an opportunity to be grateful in the moment to re-evaluate one’s life.
- Six of Pentacles
- this card is about generosity, a great reminder that in order to receive, we must give.
- Nine of Pentacles
- look at the woman, she is appreciating her surroundings
- bowing is a form of respect to others and gratitude for their presence in our lives.
- Four of Swords
- this is about meditation and going deep within.
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.
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