Tarot Contemplation – Death

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Something new wants to emerge in your life, but for that to happen you must first release that which has run its course.  Today, take time to seek closure — say goodbye to a relationship, habit, or attitude that no longer serves you.  Though this ending may be painful, know that this is a necessary and valuable step in your personal evolution.  This is the ending that occurs before utter transformation.  It is like a caterpillar in a cocoon, on the verge of becoming a butterfly.  Get rid of what is no longer useful.  Seek closure before moving on.  You may be about to end a job, move house, or end a relationship.  This may not be an easy change, but it is necessary for your maturation and well-being.  Only when you free up stagnant energy will new thins come to you.  If you are going through a time of painful loss, find solace in knowing that you will look back at that time as the beginning of a new chapter in your life.  Let go and trust in the universe.

2 thoughts on “Tarot Contemplation – Death

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    1. Aloha! Can’t figure out why your comment didn’t post. Māhālo for your kind words. As for advice: go with your heart and blog about the topics that interest you. Sounds trite, and yet that’s what we’ve done with this blog. Enjoy your journey into exploring who you are! Mālama pōnō kauʻa

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