Spring is the season of blooming. The preceding season of winter can be seen as the season of death. One of my favorite cards in the Tarot is the Death card. This is widely misinterpreted as one of the most negative cards in Tarot, when it actually represents positive changes, transformations, and catharses we experience. As something old dies, something new grows, blooms and blossoms to take its place.
The cycles of nature continually regenerate the earth. Winter is a time of hibernation for many animals. For human beings, it may be a time of catching up on lost sleep due to the extended nighttime hours. The New Year, which occurs during Winter, is a time to look at health, diet and habits. The Spring, months after implementing New Year’s resolutions, is time to show our splendor by blooming, and to use the energies of the spiritual, emotional and physical nutrients we have assimilated in the restorative processes of Winter.
Blooming is showing what splendor we possess, despite the wounds, tragedies and deaths we have experienced. It is a never-ending process. Many fear the Death cycle alluded to in Tarot, because they do not look beyond the death of Winter to savor the rejuvenation of Spring. Challenge yourself today to trust the power of the Universe to help shape your views. Focus on the bigger picture. Adopt the natural cycles of life, both good and bad. Make the decision to bloom today!
About the Author:
Esther has been a professional psychic reader for five years. She met her mentor in 2013, who took her existing astrology knowledge, along with teaching her the Tarot, and transformed her into the psychic she is today! Esther has over a twenty-year background in healthcare prior to her psychic career, with over half of that experience devoted to mental health and psychiatry. Her combined experiences of psychic readings and psychiatry make her the perfect advisor to guide you with her intuition.