Tarot and Colour
Colour generally elicits a certain instinctual response. Therefore, Tarot can be read at a visceral level without actually having learnt of the meaning of the cards. The patterns formed by dominant colours or combination of colours create meaning. Here are examples of how colours in the cards can be interpreted:
White – purity, innocence, cleansing, peace
Yellow – creativity, radiance, clarity, positivity, intellect
Red – pleasure, passion, love, primal urges
Orange – friendliness, harmony, inspiration, contentment
Green – growth, healing, adventure, youth, nature, rejuvenate
Blue – freedom, release, expansion, imagination, wide birth
Indigo – fluidity, expression, emotion, adaptability, strength
Violet – spirituality, higher ground, highest good
Brown – earthly, grounded, centred, practical, stable, nurturing
Grey – uncertainty, turbulence, temperamental, mystery
Black – precise, firm, force, traditional, formal, stable, dignity
Tarot Card of the Week
Three of Cups
This card is a symbol of celebration after a challenging time.
The commemoration of an achievement. The demonstration of celebration and gratitude for blessings in our lives, no matter how small, is important.
It is also the symbol of synergy within a group/team.
It is an excellent omen for forthcoming merriment.
Happiness is our natural state.
Find your tribe to celebrate with.
This card indicates that strength is required for the situation. The questioner has much more strength than they realise. This card reflects brute strength, physical stamina, courage, self-discipline, determination, staying power, mental and spiritual endurance
These are basic card meanings. Please share your own interpretations. I would love to hear your thoughts.
Have a fabulous week.
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