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For the Holiday Season: Five Tarot Cards about Giving

Winston Churchill said, “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”

An appropriate topic for the holiday season, here are some Tarot cards about gifts and giving.

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This one is literally about giving. In the Rider Waite deck this card shows a wealthy man handing coins to the poor. The card asks you to think about the importance of giving and receiving. Is it time for you to de-clutterise and donate unwanted things to a charity shop? Could you go online and give a few pounds to Oxfam. Or, if you yourself are needy, perhaps you should swallow your pride and accept the financial assistance you’ve been refusing. Whatever the case, when you see this card, it’s time to give and receive.

I have donated a lot of clothes, toiletries, hair curlers and make up to Hestia, a women’s refuge based in London; please bear them in mind of you rceive any unwanted gifts this year, thanks.

Four of Cups

In the Rider Waite Tarot deck, a man sits under a tree as a supernatural hand offers him a cup. But the man seems not to see it. This card is about gifts – or perhaps opportunities – being offered to you that you fail to notice. Do you need to make a bigger fuss over a homemade card from a child, for example? Should you show more appreciation for inexpensive presents from your poorer friends? Don’t take for granted gifts from people or the universe. Notice and appreciate what you’re offered, and everyone – especially you! – will be happier for it.

The Star

This card bears the name of an important holiday symbol. The Star is all about generosity. When you see it, the Tarot is telling you not to hold back, whether this means giving money, time, help, or love. Open your heart this holiday season, and give generously to others. Or, if you’re in need, have hope – the Star tells you that help is on the way. If your need is emotional, put aside the pain and allow yourself to feel the joy of the season. Let your lovelight shine, like the stars in the heavens. Know that you are blessed, and allow this Star to guide you.

Ace of Swords

The Ace of Swords stands for a gift you should give yourself. Many see the Swords cards as unpleasant, but Aces are bright shining blessings in the Tarot, and this one is no exception. Swords are about thought and contemplation, and this card says the key to something important is within your grasp. You have the power to understand it and deal with it. So give yourself the gift of time to examine how the clean, sharp energy and knowledge of a sword could work for you. Also, give yourself the gift of confidence in the decision you make.

Page of Wands

This card represents the gift of a message that you’ll receive soon. It might be an email, text, phone call, or even a card or a letter – remember those? It could also be a meaningful object given to you as a gift, such a photo of a dear one from long ago. Or it could be a visit. Whatever the content, it will probably be an unexpected and happy surprise, most likely from a young person or someone who is young at heart: someone playful, happy, and optimistic. So get ready, prepare for good news, and have fun!

Happy Holidays!

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