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Celebrating International Women’s Day

March 8th is a special day in the calendar as it’s when women are ‘offically recognised’ for something specific even though we are awesome and amazing in everything we do, every day – right?!! This year, its theme is “Inspire Inclusion” and you can learn more about what that means here.

So which tarot cards best represent the brilliance of women and all that we stand for?

Well, there are many cards that could be suitable for International Women’s Day, as tarot is a deeply symbolic and intuitive practice that can be interpreted in many ways. Here are just a few possibilities:

The Empress: The Empress is a powerful card that represents femininity, motherhood, creativity, and abundance. She is often associated with fertility, growth, and nurturing, and can symbolize the powerful and creative energy that women bring to the world.

The High Priestess: The High Priestess is a card of intuition, mystery, and hidden knowledge. She represents the feminine power of intuition, psychic abilities, and the mysteries of the universe. This card can symbolize the wisdom and insight that women bring to the world, as well as the power of inner strength and intuition.

The Queen of Cups: The Queen of Cups is a card of emotional depth, compassion, and intuition. She represents the ability to connect deeply with others, to feel empathy and compassion, and to express emotions in a healthy and balanced way. This card can symbolize the importance of emotional intelligence and empathy in the world, as well as the strength and resilience that women often possess.

The Star: The Star is a card of hope, inspiration, and healing. It represents the light that shines in the darkness, and the power of transformation and renewal. This card can symbolize the resilience, strength, and determination of women, as well as the hope and inspiration that they bring to the world.

The World: The World is a card of completion, wholeness, and fulfillment. It represents the achievement of a long-term goal, and the sense of satisfaction and completion that comes with it. This card can symbolize the many accomplishments and achievements of women throughout history, as well as the ongoing struggle for equality and empowerment.

Want more information about Tarot cards and readings? I’m pleased to offer single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email or face-to-face across Zoom or WhatsApp.

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I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you discover your story!

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