Today's Community Tarot Card is Death, the Great Recycler. All our experiences, good, bad or indifferent, are compost for your life and nourish your growth. Try to take a netural view of painful transitions today. Change is inevitable.
About the image: Death is a skeleton in armour riding a white horse. The horse had a shining red eye and their reins are black with tiny skulls and crossbones. A red feather hangs limply from Death’s helmet. The visor is raised and shows Death’s skull smiling and turned towards the viewer. They hold a banner bearing a five-petalled white flower on a black background. Beneath the hooves of Death’s horse lie a King, already ded. A pope stands in front of the horse, hands outstretched. A small child hldoing the hand of a woman,both on their knees and the woman reeling back as life leaves her, offers flowers to Death. In the background we see a river, it’s sand spotted with sparse trees. A boat is on the water. On the far side of the river is lush green grass and tall trees. In the far distance, are the twin towers of The Moon with a rising sun behind them.
Each Tarot card offers us a Gift, Invitation and ChallengeBefore you read on, decide if you want to know which one Death has for you today. Please let us know in the comments what your choice was and how the answer applies to you.
The Gift of Death is constant change. This is your very great fortune as even “negative” change is something you can use for your growth and evolution.
Death invites you to consider and embrance impermanence. Attachment is the gateway to suffering.
The Challenge of Death is to live fully in each moment, to be mindful, to detatch., to be emotionally neutral in the face of hardships and difficulties.
(Hint: the Gift is the grace that is already given to you, or available to you, to overcome the Challenge. So if you chose the Gift, also see the Challenge.)
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