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Understand your sign, will help understand your horoscopes

Most people are familiar with their Sun sign. When asked what their zodiac is this is what they will respond with, however it is important to thoroughly analyze the Sun, Moon, and Ascendant (or Rising sign) of any horoscope. If you’ve ever felt disconnected to the characteristics of your “sign,” these may explain why.

What is your Sun sign?

The Sun sign is the most well-known of the zodiac signs. It represents your basic essence and vitality. It’s how you experience your ego, and the traits in your Sun sign speak to qualities you’re learning to embody. It is calculated by figuring out in what zodiac sign, exactly, the sun was situated in when someone was born.

What is your Moon sign?

The Moon sign is the darker side of your personality, it represents your emotional nature and the feeling instinct. It’s how you experience nourishment and safety. It is what you need to feel fulfilled. This is the you that you hear inside your head whenever you think, your heart, your emotions, your feelings. You need to know your birth time in order to determine your Moon sign.

What is your Rising sign?

The Rising sign, or your Ascendant, is the “you” that you consciously present to the world. It reveals the qualities you most visibly show to others upon first impression. While the rising sign is definitely not the entire story, it does provide significant information about how you approach your world.

We cannot be boiled down to one sign, one simple horoscope. To get a full understanding of your horoscope you will need to combine all three of your signs. We have many skilled astrologists who can help you map them all out and explain how they all correspond to each other.

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Tarot- The Fool

The Card

On the Fool Tarot card, a young man stands on the edge of a cliff, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing upwards toward the heavens seemingly unaware that he is about to step off a precipice into the unknown. Over his shoulder he carries his belongings in a small bundle. The white rose in his left hand represents his purity and innocence. And at his feet is a small white dog, representing loyalty and protection. The mountains behind the Fool symbolize the challenges to be faced in the future.

Interpretation

When drawn upright the fool represents beginnings, innocence, spontaneity, and a free spirit. When drawn reversed it represents holding back, recklessness, and risk-taking.

The Fool’s Journey

The Fool stands for each of us as we begin our journey of life. He is a fool because only a simple soul has the innocent faith to undertake such a journey with all its hazards and pain. At the start of his trip, the Fool is a newborn – fresh, open and spontaneous. The figure on Card 0 has his arms flung wide, and his head held high. He is ready to embrace whatever comes his way, unaware of the risks & downfalls coming to them. You’ll see that the struggles of The Fool get more enlightened as they go on and encounter the rest of the deck, mirroring our own journeys.

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Journaling Tarot

In our last tarot for If you wondered exactly what you should be journaling do not worry this week is all about your Tarot Journal! Journals are especially useful tools in all stages of tarot experience you can keep track of all your cards and keep yourself on track with a daily practice.

Journaling really is the best way for you to develop your skills, as a beginner or an experienced reader. There are countless ways to journal about tarot, but the approaches most people found helpful were to write down the readings themselves, and creating your own tarot notebook, one full sheet (unlined, front and back) per card. Keeping a written journal can help you keep track of your tarot experiences in a way that is solely your own.

Your tarot notebook is as simple as picking a random card and then grabbing coffee while you review all your favorite tarot resources and jot down your impressions is a fun way to pass the time. One of the best ways to format this notebook is to have four sections per card:

Key words, imagery, related quotes, etc. for the card in question.

The next section addresses interpretations for when the card is reversed (upside-down) covering the same information as the first section the key words and related quotes.

Next two or three paragraphs about the core idea or energy that the card seems to encapsulate along with a summary of the healthy or unhealthy ways that the idea or energy might be expressed. Think of this as your “synthesis” section.

A bulleted list of memorable, real-life situations where you have seen the card in readings.

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Your writing doesn’t have to be perfect! The journal is a tool for self-reflection, a meditation that is as important as reading the cards themselves. And if your reflections aren’t coming easy, be patient. Sometimes it takes a while to get into the swing of things. You could start by just writing card meanings to memorize them, then expand from there.

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Numerology

You might be wondering why you keep seeing a certain number repeatedly. The belief is that numbers can have spiritual meaning to the person seeing those numbers.

Every number you see has its own meaning, even if it makes no sense to you, but they all represent a personality trait within specific people. The numbers can find zen and guidance in your life. Every number has valuable insight to lead you into a better life.

The master numbers in numerology are 11,22 and 33. If you have these numbers in your date of birth or your name you are gifted with special qualities.

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