Is the Wheel Bipolar?

By Lucia del Mar

It is very common, every time we find this card to automatically associate it with the fate of the querent, good or bad depending on the position of the wheel. Or, talk about cycles that change, what goes up must come down, everything down must come up. However, we do not necessarily need classify the card and condemn it to speak only of luck. This card has so much more to offer, let's see some options.

As for health, a friend of mine Mariana Aguilar, once said that the wheel's shape spoke to her of a person with obesity problems. Which makes sense, jokes aside, the counterpart of the wheel that is in constant motion would be serious lack of action or inactivity. One of the most common causes associated with weight problems.

Another thing you can get from the wheel is the instability of the wheel as such, without a proper support goes to one side and then the other, could end up anywhere. From this alone we can draw several options. On the one hand the lack of confidence in their own abilities to choose from. The constant indecision, doubt that makes change our first choice, just in case ... On the other hand speed, which speaks of a certain

The other side of the moon

By Lucia del Mar
When we talk about tarot, it is common to think of classical meanings to which we are more than used. We read in the books, we learn from our teachers and by default incorporate into our visual and archetypal language.

Now, I can hardly accommodate those classic meanings, yet they are not and never will be obsolete, if some need to be upgraded and adapted to our times. Like the unorthodox misfit, eternal student that I am, I met with groups and individuals where my visions of the cards are not regarded with awe and even fear. Because it is very common that when someone leaves the structure of the archetype, many people are horrified and tearing their hair out, shouting 'respect the tarot!'. The Arkanas are cards, sheets of cardboard with printed images, divination tool we use in our reading, I doubt they be offended if we try to see them from a different perspective ...