Tarot Heaven Fool Tarot Card Meaning
If you are asking how your lover or potential lover feels about you, then the Fool may indicate that he feels new, fresh and carefree about you. His (or her) feelings may only be fleeting though.
The Fool is telling you to jump in. Do not over think the situation. Just do it!
The Fool might also be advise you that you need to rethink an old way of thinking about something and restart again completely new. Be that someone that you want to be.
Reckless behavior and a nonchalant attitude could be an obstacle that is crossing you at this time. It maybe important for you to look around and observe the details because the fool is not a detail oriented card. A failure to observe maybe an obstacle.
As an outcome to a romantic reading, the fool could indicate that you will start all over again with someone new. This new person could be younger than you. You maybe taking a trip together or he maybe foreign. It will be with someone you don't expect to be involved with or it will come suddenly without expectations. You'll see someone from a different perspective. If there is a societal block such as age or culture, the two of you will ignore them and bond through the powers of the superconsciousness.
New beginnings! New business opportunities. New job proposals. Could truly indicate a move into a new business or job venture. The fool indicates jobs as an adventurer, explorer, travel writer, farmer, mountain climber, skydiver, computer programmer or developer, or creative thinker. Look for jobs that require you to think out-side-the-box. I usually feel that this is a good card for new career moves.
Over a life time the Fool can have many jobs. He is the jack-of-all trades and can do most things he sets his mind too.
When it comes to finances, the Fool can be reckless. Sometimes he wins and sometimes he loses. It's not the best card to get if you are asking if you are going to do well in the stock market.
He is very altruistic when it comes to money matters. You might see him giving away his last dollar to help someone else. He does this because money isn't very important to the Fool. He lives in the moment.
The Fool understands that once his basic needs are met financially, that he can focus on his spirit. He realizes that money does not buy happiness.
The Fool in a health reading is favorable, for it suggest that the querent can mentally heal themselves using the Law of Attraction and positive affirmation.
Must be careful of any illness that is related to mental disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. All these diseases are mental and can be undone through a balanced lifestyle and positive thinking. (Easier said than done!)
Sky diver. Adrenaline Junkie. Risk taker. Trapeeze Artist. Hiker. Mountain Guide. Clown. Inventor. Scientist. Veterinarian. Runner. Mathematician. Astrology. Occult. Rock Climber. Astrophysicist. Travel Guide.
Even upright, the Fool warns that being too naïve will result in disaster. It’s like the young girl who runs away from home at 16 only to find that she needed money and resources and that life was hard without her parent’s shelter. Subsequently, she got into a lot of trouble. The Fool can have this meaning whether reversed or not, but when it’s reversed we tend to see the querent falling over the cliff, while upright the warning is enough to possibly warn the querent. Reversed Fool can indicate mental illness, folly, mania, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
This card can also represent mental instability and foolish behavior. We have to guard against reckless behavior when the Fool comes up, especially when reversed or ill-dignified.
The Fool and the Empress:
a. A mother and her child. This is a good pairing and can show a good
relationship between mother and child. Combined with the
Hierophant, it could indicate a mother who home schools their child.
Fool and Emperor:
a. Lighthearted of foolish behavior gets reprimanded
ex: texting while driving results in a traffic violation
The Fool and the Devil:
a. Possibly a younger person who has a shopping problem. (Think
Confessions of a Shopaholic.)
The Fool and the Tower:
a. New Beginnings emerge from the destruction of lies.
The Fool and the World:
a. Traveling overseas to new and exotic locations.
b. Absolute Spiritual completion
The Fool and Six of Wands:
a. Playing the game in order to get ahead and win.
b. Knowing that your victorious new life is just a few steps away when you
lie just a little
c. Mundane: Winning feels good
The Fool and the Eight of Wands:
a. Rapidly advancing feelings hit you out of the blue
b. A new feeling you may have never experienced before
The Fool and Knight of Wands Reversed
a. Irrational spending of money, but you don't care! It feels good to shop
b. I don't care what that bad boy thinks of me
c. I'm going to ignore all bad boys
d. I don't want to be tied down. I'll run the other way if I sense a relationship
The Fool and Ace of Swords:
a. Going for a walk to clear your head
b. I don't care anymore because this is the truth.
The Fool and the Nine of Swords:
a. Nightmares and worry result in mental instability.
The Fool and Ace of Cups:
a. New love, which is fresh, exciting and exuberant. You must act on your
feelings if you are to see good results.
The Fool and the Two of Cups:
a. Meeting a friend in an unexpected place
b. Trying new things with your partner
The Fool and Four of Cups:
a. I do NOT want to be in a serious relationship. Not me. Not at all. Not
The Fool and the Five of Pentacles:
a. Take the time to think through all your options. You don't want to be left
outside in the cold.
b. Eviction or homelessness
c. Moving down the social ladder
© 2013-2016 | Tarot Heaven | TarotHeaven@gmail.com | A Blue Prism Publishing