Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Chariot

The Chariot, in its simplest terms, represents a vehicle,
and one that you are in charge of steering – your life is
the vehicle and it is your choices and decisions that steer
you in either the right or wrong direction.

THIS WEEK'S CARD: THE CHARIOT

When this card appears in a reading, it often represents
challenges or difficulties that you must work through or
around, but with courage and determination the outcome is
often victory.

It often represents an existing struggle, one you have been
battling with for a while. For example, the card may
represent a destructive or unfulfilling relationship that
you have had problems letting go of. It may be that you
have been a housewife for many years and you don’t have the
confidence to get back into the job market, or perhaps you
have hit a glass ceiling in your job or profession and lack
the courage to seek success elsewhere.

Whatever the specific challenge or obstacle may be, you can
get over it if you find the drive and determination to do
so, since The Chariot represents self-reliance and decisive
action.

When this card appears in your reading, it is saying don’t
quit or give up. As hard as the battle may seem at times,
if you persevere, you can and will succeed. It is
important to accept and understand that sometimes we need
to change course or direction in order to achieve our goals
and ambitions. If something isn’t happening, however hard
you try, perhaps you simply need to change tactics to get
results.

The warning with The Chariot is not to allow your drive,
ambition and determination to turn to arrogance and pride.
It is not about bullying your way through life. This card
simply suggests that you don’t allow your ego to get in the
way.

If you feel that your life is not going in the direction
you would like it to, and The Chariot appears in your
reading, ask yourself ‘What do I need to do to achieve what
I want?’, ‘What do I need to let go of in order to gain
what I desire?’, ‘Am I on course or way off it?’

Quite often we consult the Tarot cards when we feel lost,
without any goals or direction. You would never jump into
a car without knowing where you are going would you?
Otherwise how would you know when you’d arrived at your
destination?

It is the same with life. There are always signposts along
the way and the Tarot cards can help you to determine which
signs are pointing you in the right direction.

Love and Joy,
Alison

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