Tarot Reversals for Beginners by Leeza Robertson
For those of us who calculate such things, 2020 is the Year of the Emperor. The digits in 2020 add up to 4, which is the number of the Emperor. Many of us have a challenging experience with this card because it is associated with political leadership...and many of us have a challenging relationship with political leaders, or at least some of them. The Emperor is an important and necessary energy and we definitely need to heal it by knowing that human examples of Emperor energy are not always the best examples. Maybe reflecting on our ideas of the Emperor reversed will help us understand the upright Emperor better.
Pathwork is deep work. You want to use the tarot to improve yourself, to explore your spiritual path, and to get to know the cards better but feel stuck, maybe it's time to take your study to the next level. Maybe it's time to really dig in. To give you a good understanding of what this work is like, below is a lengthy excerpt that gives an example of how Leeza Robertson approaches the Minors.
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The Sevens in many respects are ambiguous, with each of these cards seeming to have an ‘either or’ type meaning or representation. Just when you think you have a seven sorted it out, it throws up another possibility. I guess this is why the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leeza Robertson, author of Tarot Court Cards for Beginners, and Tarot Reversals for Beginners, and The Mermaid Tarot.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your very own mermaid tail? Imagine yourself sitting at the ocean's edge, with your newly formed tail sparkling in the sunlight, watching its iridescent colors bounce and twist into a hypnotic montage. Contemplate for a second what your tail would feel like. Think about the way it moves differently from your human legs. See if you can feel the muscles as you move your tail around. Now imagine the freeness you feel as you dive into the water and start to swim.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leeza Robertson, author of Tarot Court Cards for Beginners and the new Tarot Reversals for Beginners.
The wind blew her hair like a directionless sail. Rain pelted down, cold and unforgiving on her thinly-clad body as she began to create a muddy bog beneath her bare feet. Forced to rely on her other senses, thanks to the blindfold, she becomes increasingly aware of the scents and smells the storm is creating around her. She knows that somewhere close by there are obstacles in her way, yet she senses that if she is careful, she could avoid them, maybe. She exhales one more time, allowing herself to take in all that is on offer to her before