Saturday, March 25, 2023

Issue 2 In the stars

By Kiyanna Noel

Capricorn: The Ten of Worlds card represents rewarding yourself. You’ve accomplished a lot, so try to do something for yourself as a reward.

Aquarius: The Ace of Wands card represents becoming aware. You’ve now discovered the reality of a situation, accept all facts at face value. 

Pisces: The Eight of Worlds card represents transforming yourself and adapting to new circumstances. Change can be overwhelming, but you may learn something new about yourself.

Aries: The Chariot card represents being in motion constantly and never taking breaks. Try not to get caught up in situations and remember not to overwork yourself. 

Taurus: The Ace of Cups card represents feeling free and like you are on top of the world. Bask in this joy and allow it to help you relax. 

Gemini: The Balance card represents seeing both sides of a situation and keeping a level head. Try to be logical and emotional while creative and in control. 

Cancer: The Woman of Worlds card represents supporting those around you. Continue to be the stability people see in you. 

Leo: The Nine of Worlds card represents self value and knowing your worth. Understand you’ve done your best and as long as it’s enough for you, it’s enough.

Virgo: The Ten of Wands card represents internal growth and understanding. Things in your life may start to unfold. 

Libra:  The Four of Wands card represents reaching your highest potential. Continue to persevere and go after your goals. 

Scorpio: The Three of Wands card represents having empathy and compassion. Try to be understanding and help others with love and care.

Sagittarius: The Man of Worlds card represents hard work towards your goals. Continue to stay focused and set goals for yourself.

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