22 The Unknown

The Unknown is the card that comes up when the Universe is not ready to give you information or to answer your question. The Universe has not yet put all of the factors in place to respond to the situation. Patience is needed before any decision is made or action can be taken.

In Tarot of Empowerment, the nautilus representing the sacred geometry of the building block of the Universe creates the question mark symbolizing the unknown.

21 The World

The World Card - Tarot of Empowerment Deck

The World is the last card in the deck. The World card represents the culmination and completion of the lessons learned through the journey of the cards. [Read more…]

20 Awakening (Judgement)

The Awakening Card - Tarot of Empowerment Deck

Awakening (traditional Judgement) represents choosing to move beyond the past and ascend to higher life purpose. Awakening represents a shift in consciousness that releases old paradigms of consciousness and dogma that restrict or compromise the authentic self. [Read more…]

19 The Sun

The Sun Card - Tarot of Empowerment Deck

The Sun symbolizes warmth, vitality, joy and all that is good and nourishing. The Sun brings us the light of each day before surrendering to the dark of night. The Sun is central to our place in the universe and, in a like manner, symbolizes our “self” in relation to the whole of our own universe. [Read more…]

18 The Moon

The Moon Card - Tarot of Empowerment Deck

The Moon is the symbol of romance, cycles, and wonder. Another of the cycle cards the Moon waxes and wanes, changing the tides in the oceans and subtly influencing our perceptions and emotions. [Read more…]

17 The Star

The Star Card - Tarot of Empowerment

The Star is about hope and optimism to reach your highest potential. When you get to the Star you have achieved a sense of calm and grace because you know you are connected to the source. [Read more…]

16 Chaos (Tower)

Chaos is the Tower card in traditional decks. This card often causes feelings of fear and anxiety because it depicts upheaval and sudden change. The change brought on by Chaos is often unexpected, quick, and profound. The energy frequently appears dramatic and out of control because it implies cataclysmic, not catastrophic, change.

In Tarot of Empowerment, the Chaos card illustrates the destruction of a bridge amidst the background of fireworks. The destruction is about the false hopes and broken promises represented by the bridge. The fireworks in the background represent the celebration of sudden enlightenment about how to reestablish a new foundation built on truth and wisdom.


15 Entrapment (Devil)

Entrapment is the Devil in traditional decks. It represents the web that traps one in stagnation and negativity. There is an illusion of powerlessness. The individuals feel incapable of changing their circumstances and unable to make choices to disengage from the situation. This card represents those things that generate fear and hold us in bondage. The feeling may become so strong that it evokes a sense of despair that nothing will ever change. Entrapment may be the result of a pattern of making poor relationship choices, addiction, co-dependency or being cowed by another.

In Tarot of Empowerment a man and woman appear to be trapped by a spider web. However, there is an escape that they can find if they stop blaming others or giving their power away. Each person has the choice to stay entrapped or to leave the web.

14 Temperance

Temperance - Tarot of Empowerment Deck

Temperance is about blending and balancing all of the aspects in your life. Temperance is the mediator between outer conscious and inner self, [Read more…]

13 Life Cycles (Death)

We all come from the One, and to the One we return. The Life Cycle begins with birth and ends with death. The end of the cycle is a time for remembrance, a time to grieve, acknowledging the pain of loss. Death is the final transition from one state of being to another.

Life Cycle reminds us to release the old in order to transform into the new. Going through the process of accepting loss leads to a new phase that allows forward movement.

In Tarot of Empowerment the hands represent the One of creation. The sacred salmon begin the Life Cycle as tiny eggs and evolve into beautiful fish who return home to end their life cycle.

Life Cycle seldom represents the physical birth or death of a person; rather, it is the ending of a phase, memory, or relationship that has caused stagnation in some part of life.