The High Priestess Tarot Card – 2 – I trust my intuition

The High Priestess Tarot Card  DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism.

  • The High Priestess Tarot Card shows a woman sitting on a cubic stone between two pillars at Solomon’s temple. The B on the black pillar stands for Boaz. It is the pillar of strength. The J on the white pillar stands for Jachin. the pillar of the establishment. The pillars and black and white colors symbolize the duality of nature: masculine and feminine, good and evil, negative and positive. They are stating that knowledge and acceptance of duality are required to enter this sacred space. The woman is between the two pillars and this suggests that she acts as a mediator between the depths of reality. She symbolizes the third pillar or the path between. Her belief is that both pillars are equal. There is knowledge to be learned in both worlds. In her hand, she holds a scroll with the word Tora on it. It is a reference to the Jewish scripture and an anagram for the tarot. The scroll is partly covered. This suggests that sacred knowledge is both explicit and implicit. And, you can only see it when you’re ready to look beyond the material realm. The High Priestess wears a blue robe and a horned diadem (or crown). Both of them are a symbol of her divine knowledge and her status as a divine ruler. The cross on her robe represents the four directions and the balancing of the four selves: body, heart, mind, and spirit. The cross on her chest represents her internalization of power. That is why she is holding the scroll and not reading it: she already knows its contents. The crescent moon at her feet also symbolizes her connection with the divine feminine, her intuition and subconscious mind, and the natural cycles of the moon. The veil of pomegranates symbolizes abundance. The veil hides secrets behind her. And it serves to keep casual onlookers out. Only the initiated may enter.
  • Numerology: The High Priestess Tarot Card is numbered two. It is the second tarot card of the Major Arcana tarot deck.- and associated with the planet Moon. One eventually attracts another and therefore we have Two. Two is balance. The High Priestess balances the opposites: the intuitive and the rational, inner and outer, and the hidden and the revealed. In numerology, two is also unity. It’s polarity, two ones trying to understand each other.
  • Wikipedia: In the creation of the Rider–Waite tarot deck, the Popess was changed into The High Priestess,  the card was connected to the ancient cult of Astarte

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A statement that represents The High Priestess Tarot Card: All the answers I need are within me.  I trust my intuition.

The High Priestess Tarot Card meaning – in general

  • The High Priestess is a card of no action. Instead of trying to control the surroundings, look for potential and possibilities. The High Priestess often suggests that it is time to retreat and reflect upon the situation and trust your inner instincts to guide you through it. The High Priestess is all about trusting that instinct you have within yourself. So, it is time for you to listen to your intuition rather than prioritize your intellect and conscious mind. The card represents sexuality, mystery, and general higher power. Before making a decision of power, look within. The answers are there. You don’t need confirmation from anyone but your own divine self. The card shows a night-time scene. It means that the world in which she guards is one that may at first seem frightening. But it has the potential to lead us into the growth of the self.

Is the High Priestess tarot card good and what does it represent?

The world High Priestess card meaning depends on is the card upright or reversed and what is its position towards other cards.

What does The High Priestess card mean – upright?

  • The High Priestess Tarot Card upright in a tarot reading usually indicates a time for learning and listening to your intuition rather than a conscious mind. She tells you to slow down. Then you should reflect on what you’ve learned and acquired knowledge before making a decision or taking action. Are you facing a big dilemma? Let the intuition guide you into your subconscious mind. Knowledge of how to fix these issues will not come through thinking and rationalizing, but by tapping into and trusting your intuition. While doing this, answers will stream freely. Once you have learned to consult your inner self for your practical dilemmas, you have achieved the ideal of the High Priestess. The High Priestess Tarot Card also demands you to connect with your feminine side in order to bring your masculine and feminine energies into balance. Feel, rather than think. The High Priestess Tarot Card can also show up in a tarot reading when you are facing a gatekeeper in your life. Her advice is to stop worrying about the outcome. Meanwhile, use your time to reflect on what you’ve learned and to prepare for all possible outcomes. Once the outcome is clear, you’ll be ready for action.

What does The High Priestess card mean – upright?

  • “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. The High Priestess Tarot Card also tells you to slow down. Just take time to reconnect with yourself. The card may be a sign that you are repressing your own feelings and that it is hard to listen to your own intuition. Just follow your gut, do not ignore it. Or maybe you were affected by other people’s opinions instead of thinking about what was right for you. Be careful as others are trying to influence you. You do not need the approval of others. All you need is a bit of confidence in yourself to do what you know is best. So, your intuition is trying to guide you and your instincts are correct. this card shows that you are not hearing it. You may be more focused on the opinions of others It can also indicate that you are neglecting your own needs to take care of others. Trust yourself. You have all the wisdom and knowledge you need.  If you stop thinking or fretting about your issue and instead clear the way for your intuition to speak to you, the answer will follow. The secretive nature of the card may suggest gossip and hidden agendas. Others may be keeping information from you. Rather than making assumptions, have an open and honest conversation to surface these secrets.

Questions and wishes for tarot cards

What does The High Priestess card mean – in love?

  • If you have a question or a wish for Tarot cards about love: The High Priestess usually shows up in love or friendship readings when you need to focus on your own needs. If the High Priestess tarot card represents you in a reading, you might be feeling dissatisfied with love or friendship, or other relationships. If she represents your partner or friend, you’re probably feeling like you can’t achieve intimacy no matter how hard you try. The solution to both problems is easy. Just stop trying! Do not give up on your relationships, but simply take a step back. If you force yourselves (or others) to commit before we (or they) are ready, resentment begins to build. It is okay to be passive and patient. Focus on your own needs. Be honest with others and yourself, and let what is hidden come to the surface. this card signals that honesty is essential to making your relationship as strong as it can be. If you are a man The High Priestess Tarot Card usually signifies you will become infatuated with an attractive feminine sensual person who may be unattainable to you. If you are a female, The card indicates that you will be highly desired by more than one person.
  • Reversed:  This tarot card is the guardian of your intuition. So it indicates that you will need to trust your feelings when it comes to love and romance. Difficulties can grow when you ignore your intuition and feelings and follow only your conscious mind. The High Priestess Tarot Card can also signal that you must be careful to be truly honest. Avoid taking action or saying words to simply please your lover. If you are in a relationship, you can expect uncontrolled emotional outbursts and high passion tension.  If you find yourself losing patience with your partner or looking for arguments, take some time out for yourself.

 The High Priestess card and Money

  • If you have a question or a wish for tarot cards about money and Career: The High Priestess Tarot Card is not associated with wealth. But it does come up in career readings that involve going back to school or seeking knowledge of some sort. The card suggests to ask yourself: what are you passionate about? Or what are your greatest desires? The High Priestess is full of wonder. So, she can’t provide some guidance. Are there hidden factors that are stopping you from progressing? This card urges you to take a step back and look at the situation as an observer. What advice would you give a friend in your situation? Ask yourself if there is something holding you back. The High Priestess Tarot Card also can indicate that you may soon become aware of information or an opportunity that will be of good to you. The card is an indicator of creativity and inspiration for artists. For students, it means that a good teacher may be coming into your life to help you
  • Reversed: The High Priestess Tarot Card reversed can indicate that you have not been kept in the loop in work. You may be feeling isolated. The High Priestess also can indicate a duplicitous female. So be careful who you trust. Financially speaking, make sure you understand all the conditions before taking any actions. Somebody maybe being dishonest with you. This card can also suggest a colleague who has hidden agendas; be wary of others. A warm demeanor may hide danger. Trust your intuition if it doesn’t feel right. You may not have all the information when it comes to your work situation right now.

The High Priestess Tarot Card and Helth

  • If you have a question or a wish for tarot cards about Health: If something is wrong with your health, follow your intuition, and seek medical guidance. The High Priestess Tarot Card can represent hormonal issues as well as upcoming pregnancy. So it is important not to ignore her messages. The same is true for emotional pain. This card urges you to ‘stay the course.’ Raise your vibration, connect with your inner voice, enhance psychic abilities. In conclusion: listen to your intuition and look for ways to raise your vibration.
  • ​Reversed: The High Priestess Tarot Cardreversed indicates that you should isolate yourself from the world, and stop and relax. Pay attention to your body. The High Priestess Tarot Card reversed can indicate menstruation issues for women, hormonal imbalances, or fertility issues. if you feel you have a health issue that is not being taken seriously, make your voice heard.

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Yoga is an expression of body movement, breathing, meditation, and philosophy. Yoga and tarot heal the body by intersecting in multiple realms. They both create a bridge between your subconscious and conscious mind, use archetypes to reveal life lessons, work with the elements, serve as a guide for the appropriate practice, and help us cultivate our intuition and accomplish our life’s true self. Tarot cards are a divination tool made up of 78 images and qualities, split into 22 major arcana cards representing karmic lessons and 56 minor arcana cards representing day-to-day choices. Read more about TAROT YOGA.

About Tarot

Tarot cards are a form of divination, which literally means working with the divine, or your higher self, which is the ultimate purpose of tarot cards, just like yoga. The tarot is in essence a soul map, a deep psychological guide to self-empowerment. Playing with Tarot cards is a conversation with your higher self. The cards always work. It’s not magic—tarot cards are a sacred mirror. There are now thousands of types of tarot decks. A traditional deck has 22 Major Arcana (or trumps) which are archetypal images. There are 56 Minor Arcana cards, sixteen Court or Personality cards; the Kings, Queens, Princes, and Pages. There are four elements or suits: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, with 10 cards in each. Above all, there are no inherently negative cards. Below is The World Tarot Card Meaning: love, health, money, and Yoga. See also our Free Online Tarot Readings , like popular Yes or No tarot, and 3 cards tarot.

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Sources

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