Tarot,  Tarot Card Meanings,  The Major Arcana

The High Priestess – Spirituality

A little series about the different Tarot cards.

I loooooove tarot! It has really changed my life to the better, both personally and professionally! I have gained so much knowledge and confidence using this tool. First it was only for my self, but after a while it became part of my job.

Tarot readings has the last couple of years been one of my main income sources, first in my old company Spira Healing and now in Ragna’s spiritual corner (thank you universe). And I keep getting baffled on how this tool keeps on helping and being spot on with their messages. Hopefully more people will discover tarot and see how powerful these cards are as a self development tool. Therefore I have created this little series where I short and sweet talk about the meanings of the different cards in the tarot deck. Hope you’ll enjoy, feel free to leave a comment on what the card means to you!

2 – The High Priestess from The Major Arcana

I love tarot cards and love to share their meaning with you 💜

When the revered High Priestess enter the room (your reading) it feels like time is standing still. This is the wisest, most intuitive, clairvoyant and powerful lady in the tarot deck! When this babe enters your life it is time for spiritual work, honour your feminine side and do some much needed introspection.

The High Priestess represents the vast inner wisdom of the soul and universe that we all have access to – if we permit the time to listen inward. It’s time to search for answers in your soul, trust your inner wisdom and gut feeling. When this card enters your reading it’s a perfect time to practice divination of any kind, meditate, spend time alone and to start trusting yourself.

Do you have troubles trusting yourself? Well then this lady is here to help you remember that you have all the wisdom and knowledge you need in your soul – search inward for advice💜

Tarot blessings, love and light from me to you🧙🏻‍♀️

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Tarot | Tarot Card Meanings | The Major Arcana

Ragna is a Norwegian writer, solitary witch, film scholar, tarot reader and spiritual teacher who loves helping people experience more happiness through spiritual practice and tarot

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