Now that we’ve made our journey through the spiritual development meaning of Tarot cards, specifically the major arcana of the Thoth deck, I thought it would be helpful to see how you could use this information in a practical reading for yourself or others. We all need a bit of guidance sometimes when it comes to our spiritual growth, and I’ve found this spread to be very informative. If you haven’t read my soul journey series of articles, then you can begin here with The Fool.
Although my articles refer specifically to the Thoth deck, you can easily use this spread with any deck of your choice if you have a good understanding of it.
Continuing my journey through the spiritual development meaning of Tarot cards, specifically the major arcana of the Thoth deck, we reach number 21…..
The Universe Tarot card
The process begun in The Aeon has now reached its fruition. You have peeled off every layer of conditioning, illusion, and soul wounding, karma has been or is being burnt off, and all that remains is your original nature. Your soul is free and you are one with the universe, having realigned with your authentic blueprint.
Continuing my journey through the spiritual development meaning of Tarot cards, specifically the major arcana of the Thoth deck, we reach number 20…..
The Aeon Tarot card
With the Sun, you reached a point of being able to express every aspect of your soul. The next step is to go further, and to align with spirit consciousness.
When you reach the Aeon, you’re really ready to step outside of time and space and tap into the realms of divine knowing. You’re able to see everything through Spirit’s eyes and every event as having meaning on a much higher plane.
The Sun Tarot card
After the dream-like and mysterious moonlight, the sun shines bright and clear. You have passed an important test and new-found courage brings with it the freedom to express joyfully every aspect of the soul without fear.
As a being of light you’re blazing strongly now in your own right from your inner source, not just as a reflector, and you’ll draw to you others of similar brightness who share the same conciousness and ideals.
Continuing my journey through the spiritual development meaning of Tarot cards, specifically the major arcana of the Thoth deck, we reach number 18…..
The Moon Tarot card
The brightest light of the preceding Star casts the darkest shadow, and it’s into the shadows we must venture when we get to the Moon card. But a shadow is merely the absence of light, it indicates that something is preventing the light from getting through, and so now it’s time to delve deep into the Underworld where you’re not permitting the light of Spirit to penetrate.
This is not comfortable territory, and it’s easy to turn back at this point. We don’t like to focus on the murky areas of our personalities, the recesses of the subconscious where our fears are rooted.