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Tarot and Plants

Relationship of Tarot Readings with plants

Growing a garden or planting an herb can be very delightful and positive. Herbs can create harmony, happiness and peace. They can build a personal relationship with humans and can spread positivity and growth. When plants begin to die, feelings of hopelessness and disappointment emerge which can invite depression, low self esteem and illness. Herbs have a direct connection with the tarot cards, by knowing such possible associations with each card can help enhance growth and vitality. The ultimate goal of gardening and herbs is simple that is to benefit earth and humanity by increasing love and alleviating suffering. Nature will care for you only if you care for nature.

How a plant tarot deck works

The first card is the profile of the plant, a view of the plant energies, its present status, how it is working, it’s relationships with you and emotional stability. Second card is the strength of the plant as well as elemental clues. For instance, a plant may be surviving in overheated conditions or inflammation. The third card tells us about the teachings from the plant and lastly it tells us about the person who mostly needs the plant energies and a specific message to you and your current needs.

The natural world flora adds depth and meanings to tarot readings. Nature has always a special place in the world of tarot. Natural symbols in the card have special message for you. The vibrant colours, intricate patterns and landscapes found in tarot cards often mirror the beauty and complexity of the natural world. Every symbol in tarot card carries a meaning. Many tarot cards feature various herbs and botanicals each with its own healing properties. Herbs symbolism in tarot cards can provide guidance on holistic healing, personal growth and inner transformation. Incorporating plant energies into readings can help create a harmonious experience.

Zodiac Signs and their Plants

Aries (March 21 to April 19): Fire, fiery, bold,always ready to launch themselves into new projects. Cactus plant is perfect.

Taurus (April 20 to May 20): Lover of beauty, most elegant will do. Calathea Ornata, the temperamental, but beautiful plant is the plant for this zodiac sign.

Gemini (May 21 to June 20): Known for restless nature, spontaneous and playful. The Orchid, a classic house plant is perfect.

Cancer (June 21 to July 22): Sociable, emotional, highly sensitive, they will appreciate something tropical that makes their home feel stable. Plant for this zodiac sign is Elephant Ear plant. This is basically an air purifying plant.

Leo (July 23 to August 22): Leaders, the center of attention. A bouquet of Anthurium Rainbow Plant, also known as the Flamingo flower will help this zodiac sign.

Virgo (August 23 to September 23): Systematic, practical and organized. The beautiful Bonsai Plant will be helpful.

Libra (September 24 to October 22): Harmonious and justice loving. Go for Two Hanging Hoyas next to each other will go for this zodiac sign.

Scorpio (October 23 to November 21): Mysterious, unpredictable, Scorpio can always fall back on trusty plant, the Snake Plant.

Sagittarius (November 22 to December 21): assertive, outspoken and generous. The Dragon Tree plant may mirror Sagittarius.

Capricorn (December 22 to January 19): Patient, dedicated and hardworking. The Money Tree is suited for Capricorns, as they value success.

Aquarius (January 20 to February 18): Intellectual, progressive and humanitarian. A Polka Dot Begonia plant is perfect at home forAquarians.

Pisces (February 19 to March 20): Sensitive, artistic and spiritual. A string-of-pearls plant is associated with Pisceans. The intricate details of leaves, petals and roots in the cards give you a connection with the natural world on a deeper level. Plants have unique way of communicating through their colours, scents and energies making them powerful tools in tarot readings.

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Team Cyber Astro