Your card: The Lovers
Love and harmony in a relationship is a choice. You can choose a path of partnership and beauty, or choose the path of resistance and unhappiness. You have the power to make each scenario happen.
Your card: The World
While the ending of something can feel scary–even when it’s something you’ve looked forward to–look for the satisfaction in the change. Your world has shifted, and you get to start anew.
Your card: 5 of Cups
Regret inevitably becomes intertwined with grief. But as you navigate this sense of loss, remember that holding onto regret only keeps you tethered to the negative parts of your past.
Your card: Queen of Wands
It takes courage to do what you love. Your passions don’t just come to you–you have to be bold enough to go get them.
Your card: The Fool
There’s nothing embarrassing about starting fresh. No one is born with the knowledge to do something. Taking this new journey proudly, rather than with shame, will make it a much easier voyage.
Your card: Ace of Pentacles
Don’t discount the power of manifestation. Wanting something right down to your core not only puts good energy out into the world, but it puts you in the right headspace to make it happen.
Your card: 6 of Wands
While pride is a natural consequence to success, make sure you’re enjoying what this success brings, and not just the ego boost that accomplishing something can give you.
Your card: Judgement
While it’s understandable to give yourself a hard time when you mess up, don’t let that self-judgement keep you from moving on. Wallowing in self-pity just keeps you stuck.
Your card: 9 of Pentacles
While it’s important to incorporate self-care into your everyday life, don’t choose activities that will break the bank. There are plenty of relaxing and fun things to do that are free or nearly free.
Your card: Knight of Pentacles
While you excel at doing the tough work that most people shy away from, it’s also important to take breaks. You don’t have to do everything by yourself. Ask for help when you need it.
Your card: 10 of Cups
While external pleasures are what you might initially strive for, don’t forget about internal contentment. Do what makes you feel happy and full on the inside long after it’s over.
Your card: 10 of Swords
Everything comes to an end. While you’re right to feel grief over the loss, don’t lose yourself in the darkest depths of those feelings. The longer you stay there, the harder it is to climb out.