Daily Tarot Draw: oct. 29, 2020

Everything has been so crazy and honestly, I know I’ve lost focus! I lost focus on what I wanted to do, why I’m doing anything, what I’m trying to accomplish. That’s also why I should focus back on reading Tarot more; Tarot is a great way to keep yourself focused and to get insight onto what you’re focusing on. By taking a few minutes every day to center yourself and find your focus for the day, you can help keep yourself on track. I guess that’s why they say that Tarot should be a daily habit.

Habits are hard to build though, so as long as we make progress, that’s all that counts.

Today’s card is the Fool.

The Fool is the first card of the Major Arcana, and serves as the starting point of the cycle. The Fool symbolizes the way we are all beginners or we started as beginners in some aspect of our lives. The Fool is a headstrong, hopeful figure, keen on getting better.

The Fool showing up today is a great indicator that you are either starting a new journey, or that it is time to start a new journey. Even though it is the middle of the week, there’s never a wrong time to start a new chapter in your life. Whether this means putting yourself out there and looking for a new job, spending time on getting back to school, or just generally starting a new project to make your life better.

While now will be a great time to start a new venture, just remember that the Fool only represents the beginning of the process, and is not the indication that you will succeed. Every journey will have twists and turns and will be different than anyone else’s journey. You may succeed or you may fail, but this is a journey you should still try, to test your limits, your strengths, your passions.

So far, we’ve pulled all of these cards:

CupsWandsPentaclesSwordsMajor Arcana
The Fool
The Wheel of Fortune
The Lover
The Star
The Tower

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