Oh yeah this is a good one. If this card comes up in a reading it will make you feel positive and hopeful. As with all the tarot cards the symbols are important and this card has heaps! It has the four fixed signs of the zodiac and according to Biddy Tarot, they all have wings “signifying stability amidst movement and change”. There is also a sphinx (Horus, God of Resurrection), Anubis (giver of life) and a snake (transformation) as well as the letters spelling “Tora” or “Taro”. They can also be read as “orat” (to speak), “rota” (wheel) and “ator” (Egyptian Goddess of the Dead). Phew!
There are also 4 Hebrew letters which can be interpreted as God, and the symbols for mercury, sulphur, salt and water. These are symbols indicating the power of alchemy and the ability to create new things and transform elements into new compounds.
So the Wheel of Fortune is about movement, change and transformation. It also indicates success and good fortune which is what we all want to hear. When this card comes up in a reading it may be mirroring your current circumstances or it may be asking you to make determined physical changes in your life.
Taking control of the wheels of your life may be just what you need. Steer your life into uncharted territory and allow the energy of this movement to open new doors for you. The seasons and cycles of life wait for no man so why fight against it? Maybe you have been disconnected from the life cycles of earth – get out into nature and fully experience these changes with gusto. Align yourself with the magnetic energy of the universe and it may then be easier to accept more success and abundance into your life.
Get the wheels of life moving if you are feeling stuck. travel would be a great antidote, as would be meditating on this great tarot card.
This card could also represent the way “fate” plays with us, and may be asking you to open your awareness to the world to see how the web of life is “entangled” with everyone in the universe.
Awaken your senses to the possibilities of new things in your life by using some essential oils to invoke the Wheel of Fortune.
1. Open The Bottle and Take a Huge Whiff
Cedarwood Atlas – abundance
Cardamom – flow of energy in and around your body
Palmarosa – flexibility and happiness
Cinnamon – love what you do for work and abundance will flow
2. Scent Your Space
In a traditional oil burner with a candle or a diffuser add 25 drops of oil
Get your energy moving and flowing –
Ginger 5 drops
Juniper 5 drops
Rosemary 5 drops
Lime 10 drops
“Wheel of Fortune”
Take risks and see what opens up for you –
Pine 8 drops
Frankincencse 8 drops
Black Pepper 4 drops
Orange 5 drops
Be happy, positive and grateful and you will be in the flow of life –
Rose Geranium 8 drops
Mandarin 8 drops
Patchouli 4 drops
May Chang 5 drops
Happy blending and remember to use your intention when you are creating your formulas. See my article about intention.