Property of Hearst/Claire Brodsky
This is just the beginning! The Fool is the zero card of the Major Arcana, representing the point where everything begins and ends and begins again. The Fool tarot card is a sign of limitless and infinite potential. It’s a cosmic invitation from the universe to begin your next adventure. The world is your oyster, baby! Release your expectations or any preconceived ideas because anything can happen right now, you just need to take a leap of faith and dive into the unknown.
New beginnings, innocence, naivety, spontaneity, infinite potential, inexperience, excitement, leap of faith, risk, recklessness, the unknown
The straight sense of the fool
Being a little naive can be very advantageous. You haven’t yet had discouraging experiences that erode your optimism and willingness to try whatever you want. Honestly, sometimes you just have to go! Take a chance on an opportunity because you never know where that moment might take you next. This card is all about saying yes without thinking too much about it! Because you know what? You can’t plan everything the universe will throw at you. Sometimes, if you know in advance what you’re getting into, you might hold back, but then you’ll miss out on so many amazing and magical experiences that allow you to grow, change and evolve.
Sure, everything might not go perfectly, but wrong turns in life’s road can lead to unexpected journeys and lasting memories. Some of the most important and impactful life lessons come not from a classroom, but from real-life experiences with all the stumbles, mistakes, and unforeseen bumps along the way. Despite our best efforts, there is no real roadmap to guaranteed success. But we’ll never find what we’re looking for if we don’t at least try to get there. Take a risk! Be spontaneous! After all, life is for living, and it should be fun! If you overthink it, try to control everything or question yourself, you will miss out on all the joy and magic that comes with the journey.
The reverse meaning of the madman
Don’t stop before you’ve even started! Failures, bad experiences, and the crushing weight of passing time can tend to knock us down, make us cynical and jaded, or nudge us toward the worst-case scenario. But it would be such a shame to turn you away from a potentially amazing opportunity just because of your own negativity. Stop telling yourself it’s not worth your time and energy because it’s doomed. Nothing good will come out of this attitude, and honestly, it’s just as likely to be fine!
Drawing the bishop upside down can also serve as a cosmic warning or check-in before you embark on a new path. Have you thought about the consequences of your actions? Are you taking a worthwhile risk or are you just being reckless? Do your research and gather more information instead of acting on impulse.
This content is created and maintained by a third party, and uploaded to this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content on piano.io