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By: Nikki Savage

 

After walking the first steps as the Magician, we soon become aware of our need to balance our active nature with our passive nature.  We were prepared to begin by absorbing everything we encountered with the eyes of innocence.  After receiving the medicine of the Fool we were ready to choose our path and bring our magic to life in this world.  It was time to receive the experience of the Magician, understanding how to use the elements at hand to navigate the journey.  And as we gain this experience we find that we need to reconnect to our source.  We need to set aside time to commune with nature, in the wilds of the world and the wilds of our own psyche.

 

The High Priestess comes in to remind us, though we are creating magic, we are always learning and honing our skills.  We need to balance the projective quality of the Magician with the receptive quality of the High Priestess to work our greatest magic.  The High Priestess asks us to honor the soul of our journey, to study the steps we have made and listen to our intuition on where to step next.

 

In the Celtic Wisdom Tarot (Caitlin Matthews), the number 2 card that teaches of the duality of manifestation and magic is named the Guardian of Truth.  It is paired with the first tree of the Ogham, Birch.  A tree of beginnings.  Perhaps it is saying the real journey doesn’t begin until we reconcile the duality in our own nature.  In the Wild Unknown (Kim Krans), the High Priestess is depicted as a Siberian Tiger under a crescent moon.  A picture of quiet confidence in the dark with the only moonlight to see by.

 

The High Priestess is a reminder of the magic of our intuition, though we may need to take the time to adjust our eyes to this more subtle light.  It is a call to pull our magic back into ourselves and let it sing to us of dreams unbound by what we know in the light of day.  She asks us to pause in our active pursuit of life and let it speak to us in our current condition.  Reversed, she is asking us to go a little deeper, to be sure we are getting beyond appearances that may be distorted and come back to the truth, to our source. Maybe the dream has evolved or a new depth to the magic we possess will be revealed if we take the time to sit and listen.   The High Priestess holds the space for whenever we find that time.  And if she has come knocking, we would do best to make that time now.

 

 

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By: Nikki Savage

 

While walking the path of the innocent Fool, we begin to experience life.  We begin to gain knowledge of the world and witness the ways the elements play within it.  At some point, we are no longer foolish and guided by the winds but ready to make a decision.  Ready to choose a direction and make our own way.  Enter the Magician.

 

The Magician is card 1 of the Major Arcana though it is not the first card.  The Fool was 0 and held all the potential but no focus.  Zero is the origin, neutral.  The space pregnant with possibilities, like what I envision as the primordial energy that is pure consciousness.  And 1 is where our will enters the picture.  Tools have been gathered, the course is decided and now we begin to make our way with purpose.  No longer are we to just observe life as it comes.  We are to engage with it.

 

The Magician calls us to step into our power and own the path we choose to walk.  We are ready to begin.  The Celtic Wisdom Tarot (Caitlin Matthews) calls the initiate The Decider of Will, fitting for a card of intention and effort.  The Wild Unknown (Kim Krans) pictures a cheetah, always ready for action sitting upon the symbols of each suit of the Tarot:  a Sword, a Pentacle, a Wand and a Cup.  They represent each of the elements and the foundation of knowledge acquired as a Fool, now available to use with intent as a Magician.

 

This card asks us to apply the knowledge we have, use our skills and start walking the way of our soul.  When reversed, if you have been indecisive, remember all the experience you have now and trust in your readiness.  If your purpose is aligned with love and is not harming others, do what thou will.  This card empowers us to begin to make our magic in this world.   This card begs us to let go of self-doubt, to stop discrediting the experience we have, even though this is only our first step.  Every story begins somewhere.   The Magician lets you know, you are somewhere now.  Choose the story you wish your life to tell and begin to live it.

 

 

 

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Major Arcana – Fool’s Journey

March 5, 2019, 5:58 PM

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By : Nikki Savage

 

As we begin our journey through the archetypes of the Major Arcana, we begin the journey of life.  The first archetype we meet is the Fool.  In many decks, the Fool is represented as the Jester, a clown or the Trickster.  In the Celtic Wisdom (Caitlin Matthews) deck, the Fool is known as the Soul.

 

The Fool card starts at 0 giving it the ultimate power of potential.  And that is just the place to begin the journey.  Open to all possibilities and eager to experience the world with innocent eyes.  The Fool is a grand imaginer, unbounded by the constraints of fear and doubt.   The Fool is like a child who learns through play with no care for the purpose.

 

In the Wild Unknown (Kim Krans), the Fool is a baby chick, eager to test its wings, with buds of spring further echoing the quality of new beginnings.    In the Celtic Wisdom, the Soul is tapping into its visions and holding space for all a Soul can imagine.  The potential is unlimited.  And it has the first and the last trees of the Celtic Ogham alphabet, the Birch and the Yew.  The Birch represents eternal youth and the evergreen Yew, resurrection.  As the Soul in this life is born into this world with no experience (or at least no memory of the experience) and completely innocent to its ways with no concept of it ever ending.

 

In readings, this card asks us to look at life with the eyes of a child.  Maybe we have a new journey to begin, maybe it involves taking a risk, something we’ve been feeling is too foolish to try.  Enter the fool to try it.  Or maybe it is simply asking us to find our childlike nature and bring that back into whatever journey we are already walking.

 

The Fool offers unending wonder and possibilities. But, like all things in this material world, it is polar and so has a downside as well.  While I do not always take note of reversed cards in a reading, I try to understand the whole being of the archetype.  This card can signify that we are being too naive, ignoring legitimate fears, or being too irresponsible or childish in a situation.  When a card is reversed in my readings, I understand it more as I may have the proclivity to fall into the negative patterning of the archetype.  With that I take note to be mindful as I proceed along the path of the Fool and focus on working with the positive manifestation of that energy.

 

If the Fool has entered your life, ask yourself what new adventures can you begin or what current journey or project may need some youthful energy.  Make sure you aren’t being irresponsible and begin to remember that life is about learning and experiencing.  Children know it, and we innately know this to be true too.  Check your fears for their truth and let go of the ones that are based in fantasy.  Remember to use your powerful, unbounded imagination for good and reconnect with your sense of wonder.  And as the Wild Unknown suggests, be willing to be called a fool.  No one can know for sure what lies along the path until they begin to travel it.  Be guided by your love for the experience and let the journey open itself to you along the way.

 

 

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