Superlatives: Integration, Integration, Siddhi, Yatra
Reverse: seeking personal closure, short-cut
The World Tarot Cards:
In the World Cards, a naked woman is shown wrapped in a purple cloth, which is dancing inside a large Laurel wreath. She looks at her behind the past, while her body moves towards the future. There are two wands or batons in his hands, as a magician keeps. It is a symbol that what appeared with the magician has come to be completed with the world now. The wreath is round, it is a symbol of successful completion and a continuous cycle of new beginnings, because the woman moves through the wreath, she is completing one phase but is starting each other almost directly.
There are four shapes (one lion, bull, cherub and eagle) around the wheel, which are similar to the Wheel of Fortune. Both the world and the wheel of fortune talk through your cycle about the cyclical nature of your life and your progress. Four figures represent four definite signs of the zodiac – the lion, the Taurus, the Aquarius and the Scorpio. They are symbols of four elements, four suits of tarot, four compass points, four seasons and four corners of the universe. They are here to guide you from one stage to the next, bringing balance and harmony for your journey.
UPRIGHT WORLD TAROT CARD MEANINGS
When the World Card appears in Tarot reading, you are shining with a sense of perfection, achievement, perfection and perfection. A long-term project, study, relationship or career period has come in full circle, and you are now leaning in the meaning of closure and achievement. This card can represent the graduation level, the marriage, the birth of a child, or long-lasting dreams or aspirations. You have fulfilled your goal or objective. Everything has come together, and you are in the right place, doing the right thing, get what you have imagined. You feel full and complete.
Now, the World Card invites you to reflect your journey, respect your accomplishments and tune into your spiritual lessons. Celebrate your successes and bask your happiness in achieving your goals. All the triumphs and trials in your way have made you a stronger, intelligent, more experienced person. Express your gratitude for whatever you have made and cut. Finally, make sure you will not participate in the next big project; When you are ready for your next challenge, the celebration of your journey will set you up for success.
If you have not been able to reach this point of completion, then you are very close! You may still need an additional level of understanding to graduate to higher level and enjoy real success. Look at your past experiences and accept how far you have come and what you have learned in the way. It can surprise you to see your progress and see how much you have achieved. It may also be a reflection that you need to bring your project to its final phase.
If the loose ends are still made, the World Card asks you to bring them to the fullest. By doing this, you will clear the place for new beginnings and emerging opportunities.
More literally, the meaning of the world can be world travel, especially on a large scale. You may be on a six-month foreign trip or working abroad, studying or staying abroad for an extended period. This card reinforces universal understanding and global awareness, and you will find a new appreciation for the people and cultures around the world.
REVERSED WORLD TAROT MEANING:
The Inverted World Card states that you are demanding closure on a personal issue. Perhaps you are still emotionally connected to the relationship of the past and want to move forward. Or you dream of the day you can fit in your old skinny jeans but now feel that your metabolism and body shape have changed in the last ten years. You know, in deep, to accept and embrace that where you are now, you need to leave the past and move forward. Finding closure can be an intense personal journey – something you manage through journaling, visualization, energy work and therapy.
Conversely, the world can indicate that you want to fulfill a big goal or want to complete a big project, but you are not taking all necessary steps to get there. You can choose the easiest or fastest way to achieve your goal, but it will not lead to the result you want.