Tarot of the week. Solar card. This week’s Tarot suggests joy and optimism with the Sun card
Good luck, health, abundance and prosperity. This is vibrating sunny card which is definitely one of the best cards tarotif not the best. When this arcanum appears, it almost always it’s a great sign of happy times to come.
Whether in the affective sphere, health, work, family relationships, you can expect a lot of positive things to happen. It is no coincidence that the meaning of winning To be a “place under the sun” is to be successful, to win in life, to gain recognition. I can already see the sunglasses from the popular meme Thieving life crawling on your face right now (lol).
The sun radiates joy and positivity, reminding us to look on the bright side of life. We can see beautiful things in nature through sunlight. No matter what happens, even in the darkest situations and darkest nights, the day comes and the sun always rises again, right? If you face any difficulties, the solar tarot card promises the solution of these problems and the coming sunnier days.
The sun also means truth, so it brings light to things that were previously hidden. The sun exposes everything. It gives clarity. It allows us to be aware of our potential to face and overcome all challenges.
The importance of the sun is in fact unquestionable. After all, he is the center of gravity of our planetary system. Because it is a star that emits light and heat, life on our planet could not exist without it. That simple.
Perhaps because of this, the Sun is part of the mythology of many ancient civilizations. The Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Incas and Aztecs worshiped the Sun as a divine being. Amun, Apollo, Helios, Horus, Ra are among the gods associated with the Sun.
In archetypal terms, The sun means the creative power of life, success, abundance. The card shows vital energy, vitality, aspiration for enlightenment. Therefore, it also represents the spiritual power of every being. It is the fuel to gain more self-awareness and achieve our personal goals.
It symbolizes our ability to radiate our inner light and brilliance. When someone is cheerful and contagious, we say that person is sunny. And that makes perfect sense. Finally, the Sun stimulates the production of serotonin, the feel-good hormone, also known as the happy hormone, which is responsible for our emotional stability. While the Moon shows our most vulnerable points, the Sun illuminates our confidence, determination, charisma, creativity, magnetism and leadership. This is definitely the time to reward your efforts. You are the center of attention, attracting all eyes. However, you need to be careful because prolonged exposure to the sun can cause sunburn.
The Sun card may indicate that something new is entering your life. As an innately good influence, an encounter with the Sun suggests personal gain and that success and joy are now within reach.
If you are embarking on a new personal endeavor, such as getting married or starting a family, the Sun has a very favorable influence.
On the other hand, we cannot forget that when we are under the sun, our shadow always appears. The interesting thing is shadows are formed in the direction opposite to the focus of light. When the light is placed from top to bottom, the shadow is reduced. Therefore, try to deal with your shadows and fears. “Don’t anticipate problems or worry about what may never happen. Enjoy the sunshine!’ (Benjamin Franklin)
Have a nice week and lots of light!