The death card is often the last thing we want to see in a reading but truly – the death card is beautiful. It represents transformation and closure.
Don’t let the drama of the death card distract you: something in your life needs to end. This could mean anything – from a relationship, a situation, to an ingrained pattern, a stuck perspective, or a way of thinking that simply doesn’t serve you. The death card asks us to look at what currently isn’t working for us and let it go. Rather than to allow ‘status quo’ to continue and resign to things in our lives that don’t serve us, this week we’re being asked to identify what has to leave us and close that chapter of our lives.
There is no colour to the death card – it’s black and white. This simplicity, harshness, and straight-forward nature is precisely how we have to deal with the things we need to let go of. If they don’t serve us, that’s it. Time to move on and continue growing. As much as we try to deny the inevitable, let’s be real – there’s no escaping death. Rather than resist, we serve ourselves better by choosing our endings when it’s time, rather than having them forced upon us. Embrace the wisdom of respecting closures and letting them go.
Until next week, xo