Death strikes everyone - kings or commoners alike. The skeleton implies that eternity triumphs over the transitory. Death liberates our soul from the sinful flesh so that we may join God in a greater life to come. Each death brings new life. Since we will not know what happens to our bodies once the spirit … Continue reading Death

The Hanged Man

You have gone through multiple crisis in your life already. And after crisis, comes acceptance, The Hanged Man! The Hanged Man has surrendered to the rhythms of life, it involves releasing the emotions that have been locked up for years. Look carefully at the crossed legs, its a 4 upside down. It symbolizes the Earth … Continue reading The Hanged Man


The psychic laws of Justice, by which we advance according to our ability to understand the past, depends on seeing the truth about ourselves and about life. That is why, traditionally, the Justice persona in the card, is not blindfolded. If you note carefully, not just the perfectly balanced scales, but every imagery in the … Continue reading Justice

The Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel suggests the mysteries of life; symbolizes the random turnings of 'luck'! By the actions we take in our life, we build up a certain destiny for ourselves in the next life. So if we commit evil deeds, we create in our immortal self a kind of psychic need for punishment. When the time … Continue reading The Wheel of Fortune

Maha Shivratri

Shiva is one of India’s ‘trinity’ god figure and is known as a ‘destroyer’ because of his supreme energy and ability to destroy fear. The cobra around his neck represents the ability to tame fear and ego, surrounded by starts showing his connection to the cosmos. He is the supreme father energy offering parental protection, … Continue reading Maha Shivratri

Color symbolism

If you look at the traditional Raider-Waite Tarot deck, the imagery speaks to you vibrantly. The images, people, signs, symbols and colors hold a huge significance in each card. Each of those play a significant role while doing a reading. Most decks have imagery which brings out colors so vividly that readings come out significantly … Continue reading Color symbolism

The Chariot

The Chariot is more than Victory. Driving a two horse vehicle at a speed requires great control over the vehicle and the animals. Our mind is the Chariot, controlling our ego, our emotions and the powerful will. Spiritual victory over evil comes only when we focus all of nature and our unconscious through the conscious … Continue reading The Chariot

Tarot and Lenormand

What is the difference? I started my journey with reading Tarot cards. After about a couple of years, I started developing interest in Lenormand. It wasn't easy or straightforward for me. I took a few months, read several articles, books and courses, before I got decently proficient in the readings. Today, I read both Tarot … Continue reading Tarot and Lenormand

The Lovers

This card represents duality. Important choice between two desires. A choice between darkness and light. Choice between something respectable but dull and something greatly desired but immoral. Might suggest a minor choice or a major crisis in a person’s life. There are people living socially acceptable life but fight constant torments of desire within themselves. … Continue reading The Lovers