Numerology Tarot Card Number 6 Meaning

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Numerology Tarot Card Number 6 Meaning
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tarot card number 6The number 6 in Tarot speaks of practicality, being down to Earth and focused more on everyday living, caring for family, work and immediate responsibilities.  People with this number have a strong desire to serve others coupled with a strong sense of responsibility.

Numerology plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  When several cards with the same number appear in your spread or are drawn frequently, those numerological influences will also be playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

Six comes up around the material realm, being focused on the here and now, survival and basic human needs and instincts.

Six people can sometimes have a very simplistic view of life when not properly balanced and may see the world in terms of “black and white”.  They can be traditionalists to the point of having difficulty opening up to new ideas or ways of doing things.

The Six person has a need to feel valued by others and is often called to service careers.  They are loyal, hard working and dedicated.

Strengths of this number: service oriented, responsible, desire to be helpful

Challenges of the Six: Can be needy, sometimes stubborn and resistant to change, too focused on the material realm.

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Tarot Card Number 5 Meaning

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Tarot Card Number 5 Meaning
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5 tarot number meaningNumerology also plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  When several cards with the same number appear in your spread or are drawn frequently, those numerological influences will also be playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

The number 5 in Tarot tends to depict challenges and upheavals.  Often they come up around material prosperity, but at the cost of personal fulfillment things of this nature.  When you give up something to pursue a goal that isn’t in your best interests.

Fives often demand us to stop what we are doing and be very honest with ourselves, not just on an analytical level, but on a deeper emotional and spiritual level.  Is the person, thing or goal we are pursuing something that will lead to sorrow later?

When five’s come up in abundance it’s time to ask yourself “Is this what I truly want? or merely what I think I want or need”.  You may find you see 5’s a lot when you are hitting the same challenges over and over.  This is a message to you to reconsider where you are investing your time and energies.

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Tarot Card Number 4 Meaning

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Tarot Card Number 4 Meaning
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number 4 tarot meaningNumerology also plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  If you have many cards come up with the same number in a spread, it may also be pointing to additional influences playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

When you see a number repeated frequently within a spread or if the same number is drawn frequently, there is a good chance that number is holding lessons for you as well.

The number 4 in Tarot signifies practicality, hard work, and determination.  It can sometimes point to delays in a course of events, but these are usually just temporary and can be worked through.  The challenge with many fours can be a tendency to work towards goals that are perhaps not in one’s best long-term interests.  While you may eventually get what you want; there is a good chance it won’t be how you want it.

Fours are all about the space and time needed for something to grow.  If you plant a seed, for example, you have to tend to it and wait for the right time for it to blossom.  No amount of resistance or pushing etc. can make this process faster.

Four embodies a need for patience, wisdom and knowing exactly what you are working to manifest.  Hard work and diligence are important qualities of the 4.

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Tarot Personality Card The Empress

Tarot Personality Card The Empress
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Every card has a distinct “personality” and those characteristics can be used to look a bit at the person you are reading for or about.  This is a great way to better understand others and even yourself!

For example, draw two cards: One for natural strengths and the other for challenges.   This can help you determine how to approach someone, or even give insight into why you feel, think and act as you do.  You can also choose one that you resonate with as a “significator” card for a reading for yourself or another person.

Learn more about strengths you have and how to develop them to their fullest potential. Tap into your challenges and better understand how to work with and around them to make life easier.

The Empress

the EmpressThe Empress represents maternal instinct, the nurturer who is compelled to care for others and to provide comfort. This person is often artistic or musical. Empress people are more geared to use the creative side of the brain and will often come up with unconventional solutions to challenges.  Empress people need to use their creativity and personal expression and will use it to inspire and encourage others.

Naturally empathic, sometimes to a fault, Empress people can sometimes end up mothering everyone around them at the expense of taking care of their own needs. Empress people value beauty, aesthetics and are naturally optimistic. They believe and live by a notion that love and kindness conquer all.  They see the beauty in everyday places, events, and people and are genuinely kind and compassionate beyond measure.

Empress people who embrace their need for creative expression live much more fulfilling lives than those who try to “conform” to other people’s standards.  Unfortunately, their need to please others often leads them away from their authentic nature and Empress people often feel conflicted and torn.

You will not meet a more generous and genuine nurturer than an Empress.  When properly balanced, this person is a true matriarch, a light and great comfort for those who depend on her.  She is creative, expressive and encourages others to see the beauty in all things – even themselves.

An empress who is not well-balanced will often fall into the trap of “people pleasing” to the point she loses her sense of self.  At that point, she may become depressed, stop caring for herself and even become too overbearing as her sense of identity is wrapped up in those around her.  Her roles take on more importance than finding herself.

 

Tarot Personality Card The High Priestess

Tarot Personality Card The High Priestess
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Did you know that every Tarot card can give a bit of insight into personality traits when used for that purpose?  Most people associate the Court Cards only with distinct personalities, but there is a lot more to it than that.

Every card has a distinct “personality” and those characteristics can be used to look a bit at the person you are reading for or about.  This is a great way to better understand others and even yourself!

For example, draw two cards: One for natural strengths and the other for challenges.   This can help you determine how to approach someone, or even give insight into why you feel, think and act as you do.  You can also choose one that you resonate with as a “significator” card for a reading for yourself or another person.

The Priestess

major arcana the priestessThe Priestess represents a strong person (usually a woman), who has an ideal blend of logic and intuition. Her emotions run deep, but she is very self-aware and able to distinguish emotion from intuition. She is also keenly analytical and she can combine these skills in such a way that she is a natural leader.

Priestess people are often business owners, philanthropists, or women in leadership roles. They sometimes come across as aloof or more distant, but they are very compassionate and fair-minded. They don’t jump to conclusions and will distance themselves to “feel out” a situation before making a decision or taking action.

They know how to form proper boundaries with others and that makes them objective and insightful. High IQ and EQ combined.  This person has a commanding presence but is reasonable and well-grounded.

Priestess people rely heavily on their naturally strong intuition and they have an uncanny ability to see through hidden agendas etc. Because of this natural strength, people sometimes feel intimidated by this person.  You’ll find though, that despite their ability to see deep, hidden inner secrets; Priestess people are highly compassionate and slow to find fault with others.

Priestess people believe in the inherent goodness in people and understand that all humans have “flaws” etc. While they may see your subconscious secrets, they don’t judge you for them.  Rather they are great friends and mentors because they understand human nature and know instinctively how to help others overcome their limitations.

Priestess people are very wise and are often drawn to careers like psychology, teaching and any position where they can impart wisdom and help others grow.

The challenges with a Priestess card can be a tendency to appear aloof. Priestess people who don’t have good command of their intuition/emotions can also have bouts of intense anxiety, depression, and moodiness.

The strengths of Priestess people are keen intuition, a strong mind and innate understanding of human nature, and a good balance between logic and intuition.

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