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Our ego has a way of making us feel important and take life too seriously. We start believing in the illusion that things and events are happening only because of us. This week the universe reminds us that we are part of a bigger picture and there is no need to do everything on our own. It is fine to give the things that are pulling us down to someone else. It is time to give space to our mind and hands to re-energize.
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Exploring Tarot Cards: Sun
Today, I start this post with a short story. Once upon a time, there was a man who moved to Shimla(India) just six months back. One day his friend came for a visit and they both decided to take a walk on the famous Mall Road. As they were walking, the friend noticed that almost…
Exploring Tarot Cards: Justice
Akbar-Birbal tales, this is the first thought that came to my mind when I picked the Justice card for this week. In India, these tales are known for the friendship and witty exchanges between King Akbar and his Minister Birbal. Here is a story that gives a glimpse into this card. Once the mother of…
Exploring Tarot Cards: Lovers
The Lovers card signifies the love that binds two people. In the simplest form it is about committing to a relationship- whether through marriage or partnership. The interesting interpretation of the card is that it uses “Love” as a motivational tool to overcome challenges. This motivational aspect is seen when a person chooses his/her passion as a profession. Another…
Exploring Tarot Cards: The Chariot
The chariot card reminds me of the story of Lord Krishna in The Mahabharta. The epic war of Mahabharta was fought between first cousins, Pandavas and Kauravas. Lord Krishna was Arjuna’s charioteer in the war. Now, why do you think Lord Krishna became the charioteer? Arjuna was the best warrior in the Pandavas team. However, Arjuna was…
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