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The Chariot card suggests a way to live a happier life

March 8, 2017

The Chariot -- Tarot of the MastersThere are many ways to use Tarot cards beyond the well-known process of doing a traditional reading. Here’s a way to create a happier life today using a bit of advice from the Chariot card.

Many of us have a project or enterprise (or career change even) that we would really like to start, but we never get around to it. Perhaps we want to pick up a hobby like painting, or maybe we want to write a book or take up mountain climbing. It can even be something as mundane as finally getting around to cleaning out an overstuffed garage.

Whatever it is, we would love to do it, but we never get around to it because it seems too daunting. We don’t think we have the time, energy, or resources to manage it, so we keep avoiding it. But no matter how often we set it aside, it doesn’t go away. It continually lurks in the back of our minds. We must realize that if it’s that persistent, it has to be something near and dear to our hearts.

Today you’re going to take the first step on a journey toward fulfilling that dream. I’m sure you all know Lao Tzu’s famous advice: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Well, it serves as inspiration for the Chariot’s advice for today:

Think of something—perhaps a project or endeavor—that you’ve really wanted to do but that seemed too daunting to begin. Then think of one little step you can take along that path. Just one simple step. That isn’t too much, is it? Then take that step. Do that one little thing today. And know that when you do, momentum on this journey will begin. 

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Many of these suggestions from the cards about how to live a happier, more fulfilled life were inspired by my pithy Tarot meanings and others by material in my book, The Soul’s Journey. So if you like them, you might also like my books, The Soul’s Journey and Pithy Tarot.

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