Deck: The Wizard’s Tarot
This post is part of my 45 Experiment: Using the daily tarot draw to bring more financial abundance into our life. I will be using the Wizard’s Tarot by Corrine Kenner and John J. Bluemen for this experiment’s deck.
Day 32: What can I do to bring more financial abundance into my life?
When this card shows up in the advice position, it often signals a need for spiritual self-improvement, especially paying attention to those things that we’ve neglected as of late such as meditations, devotionals or simply connecting with nature at a deeper level. This card often beckons us to bring the lower self upward – to become more conscious by such practices as meditation. So how can meditation aid in bringing financial abundance into your life? For one thing, many folks receive some of their best ideas when meditating! It also helps to clear the mind of rubbish and opens yourself up up to new inspiration.
I remember reading somewhere that this card can also represents higher cause, such as volunteering to help others. Volunteer opportunities could very well lead to interesting opportunities. I once got a photography gig from a volunteer opportunity at one of the local gardens. This higher cause concept can be tied to a higher consciousness, perhaps relating to an internal resurrection of sorts. The card is often about “hearing a call” and can direct us to prepare for a new stage of growth. I often see this as the “wiping the slate clean” card in which we can prepare for a positive new beginning – our old selves die and we are reborn again. If you are completely unsatisfied with your work, it might be a good time to reinvent yourself – transform yourself and/or your work into something completely different. Cast out the old to make room for the new.
As an action card, Judgement recommends to look above the mundane and work for a higher purpose (and not just making money). People can become so focused on making money that they forget to do “good work” – work that actually makes a difference. This is about recognizing our potential and heeding that inner call, especially if there is a spiritual aspect to it. There are many successful online entrepreneurs who reach out to people by offering tons of their content for free – blog posts, e-books, videos and the like. If you help people and provide them with valuable content, they are more likely to buy from you when you offer a new product or service.
Another idea that popped into my head upon seeing this card is the idea of “renewal, with infinite possibilities.” Since I am approaching this experiment with an open mind, I can assume that in order to succeed I will need to change the way I am doing things. Judgment is especially a card of “one cycle ending, another beginning.” In addition to making improvements in both personal and business matters, you may wish to consider past goals that you may have had or ideas that you may have thought of but discarded because you considered them to be “out of reach” at the current time. The idea of “infinite possibilities” suggests that with focus and tenacity, you can accomplish that which you thought was unattainable – or that of which you were fearful.
Allow this card to be a wake-up call to realize that there are many different paths to financial abundance and you should look at a variety of possibilities (I’m a strong believer in having multiple sources of income). But in order to do so, you may have to resurrect the past and consider those ideas that you may have have too quickly discarded because of fear or lack of self-confidence.
So today, focus on leaving behind your old constricted self and look to a period of improvement and renewal. But to do this however, consider those ideas and projects that you discarded without really giving them a fair try – – and make a “judgment call” on these possibilities. Sometimes things will appear quite different when looking at them in a new light.
Jobs/occupations for Judgment: Any career involving competition, past-life regression therapist, judge, attorney, professor, standardized test creator, supreme court justice, funeral parlor owner, memorial service officiant, inheritance specialist, substitute teacher, tutor, waste management, physician, finance, alternative healer, child care worker, test proctor, shaman (vision quest leader), inventor, politician, ornithologist, zoologist