Free Daily Tarotscope — Jan 25, 2015 — Princess of Staves

Princess of Staves

Princess of Staves

The Princess of Staves — from the gorgeous Lover’s Path Tarot — is this deck’s version of the Page of Wands.

All of the Pages are Princesses in this deck,and this one — Brünnhilde — is one of the boldest, most dynamic and courageous of all. She was a Valkyrie, one of Odin’s servants, a fiery and rebellious messenger goddess who defied his directives and was imprisoned in a ring of fire as a result.

You can see the flames that rise up and threaten to engulf her, but does she slow down or cower in fear? No she charges on after her goal — more determined than ever.

The Princess of Staves has a mind of her own and the fearlessness that so often accompanies it. She knows what she wants and goes after it without regard for the consequences.

As with all of the Court cards, this may be someone in your life or it may relate to qualities that are going to be important for you to embrace. If it’s someone in your life — such as a headstrong and rebellious teenager or a temperamental partner — you’ll have to rise up and meet them on their own turf in order to balance out that energy.

Keep in mind though that the Princess of Staves can motivate and inspire you in your own life.  Ask yourself in what areas have you been too timid or uncertain, and how might incorporating some of her passion and bravery into your own life work to your advantage?

The Princess of Staves is spirited and adventuresome. Embracing those qualities and allowing yourself to be inspired by her fearless energy can go a long ways toward helping you to manifest your dreams. 

Free Daily Tarotscope — Mar 6, 2014 — Princess of Arrows

Princess of Arrows

Princess of Arrows

The Princess of Arrows is this deck’s version of the Page of Swords. In the Lover’s Path Tarot set, the Princesses are represented by famed goddesses, and this particular card references the Greek Goddess Psyche.

Psyche was naive, immature, curious and capricious. Also quite beautiful. But she was born a mortal and only became a goddess after many trials and tribulations. Her story is one of ultimate growth and redemption, but not without wreaking havoc at almost every turn.

In this version of the card we see a young Psyche holding an arrow and surrounded by butterflies. The Greek word for butterfly is Psyche (also the word for “Soul’). The arrow comes from Cupid, who accidentally pricked himself, thus binding them together for eternity.

The Pages / Princesses all represent the first sign of their related element: in this case Air and therefore Gemini. As they’re also all very youthful, we often see the more immature and unbridled energy associated with those signs.