April 2015 Tarot Scopes by Melodie


ARIES: Strength

You may be called upon this month to reach into your inner reserves of strength and overcome your deepest fears. The Strength card is all about mind over matter and gaining control over the things in your life that are at risk for spiraling out of control.

It could be as simple as a pattern of second guessing yourself or talking yourself out of doing what you know is best for you. And it can be as complicated as upholding your part of a bargain you’ve made with yourself: quitting smoking for example. Dieting. Sticking to an exercise regimen. Holding your ground against temptations to “give in” when you know that doing so is not going to be in your best interests.

The woman in this card — from the Aya Takano Tarot— has managed to tame the beast through kindness and generosity. But she’s not exactly lying down and exposing her underbelly. Her demeanor is both soothing and reverent as she places the wreath of flowers over the lion’s mane. I love the “power” tattoo on her forearm.

Think about how far you’ve come in taming your own inner beasts. If you’re tempted to throw in the towel, remember that doing so will only cause you to lose momentum.

The Strength card encourages you to not only meet your fears head on, but to transform them by neutralizing the power they hold over you. Once you do that you’ll find that they weren’t so frightening after all.

May 2014 Tarot Scopes featuring the Chrysalis Tarot

Four of Mirrors

Aries:  Four of Mirrors 

This month is all about choices and those choices and decisions you may be putting off whilst, perhaps, you wait for something better to come along.

The mirrors in this card stand for the suit of cups and from the pattern they are displaying in the water also show that your thoughts, decisions, choices may be changing like the tide… one day you are high on an idea and the next day you are low and no longer want to go along with that idea.

I don’t blame you… from the looks of things where you are sitting it looks pretty comfortable and calming.

There are no intense emotions and everything is running along quite smoothly. You feel at “one” with your environment and see no use in fighting against the current in making changes to your situation. Change is coming though, whether you want it or not.

The sea turtle which is about to brush against your tail is a symbol of you being given a slight nudge in making changes.

You can go back to your dream world, keeping your eyes shut and focused on pleasant thoughts and sensations — or you can face what’s coming head on.

Free Daily Tarotscope — Jan 18, 2014 — the Muse

The Muse -- Wild Green Chagallian Tarot

The Muse

Today you could be seeing the world in a whole new light. Look around you and see what inspires you. You may find yourself day-dreaming, reminiscing about the past, revisiting childhood memories, or letting your mind wander beyond the tedium of your daily routine.

The Muse card is unique to this deck. It was created as an extra card in the Wild Green Chagallian Tarot series, inspired by the artist Marc Chagall’s own muse, his first wife, Bella.

Here we see her as a fresh young bride in a long white dress, a sprig of wild foliage in her hand. All around her — and against a rainbow backdrop — are tiny images: are they born of her imagination, dreams for her life ahead, or are they happy memories? Whatever they are, they’re sources of inspiration that are ripe for the picking.

Think about your own “Muse.” What is it that inspires you that you may have pushed aside in favor of mundane responsibilities? Or consider the qualities that you posses that can act as an inspiration for others.