Of The Sun card from The Fey Tarot, Riccardo Minetti writes: â€śâ€¦the Sun is an Arcana that by nature is without any kind of ambiguity. It has no shadows, no veils, no half-measures. The sun represents all truths, all certaintiesâ€¦the joy of fullness and of security, when no doubt troubles the soul.â€ť
When this card comes up in a reading or I have to write about it for a book, sometimes I donâ€™t have much to say because it seems so simple and clear. For the Mystic Dreamer Tarot, I wrote: â€śThe Sun brings a simple message of joy.â€ť
So what better way to commemorate the simple joys heralded by The Sun with a complex exploration of it via a spread? I know, right? Have at it and, as always, let me know what you thinkâ€¦about the spread and about The Sun.
1. How do you define joy?
2. How does joy connect you to the divine or your Higher Self?
3. How do you express joy in your daily life?
4. How do you receive joy?
5. How do you give or share joy?
6. What gives you joy intellectually or how do you experience it intellectually?
7. What gives you joy creatively or spiritually or how do you experience it creatively or spiritually?
8. What gives you joy physically or how do you experience it physically?
9. What gives you joy emotionally or how do you experience it emotionally?
The Sun cards in this post are from: The Fey Tarot, The Mystic Dreamer Tarot, and The Gaian Tarot.