Meanings of this card are: Your current changes are for the best ~ Keep your thoughts positive, as they’re very powerful ~ What appears to be a loss is really the beginnings of a happy new phase ~ Let the past go ~ It’s time to move  on.                                                                                                                                                                                                     

“Do not fear what appears to be a change or a loss. It’s only the transitioning orbit of energy interplaying with you and your loved ones. Embrace it as evidence that you’re alive! Embrace your deepest emotions as a signal of your true human essence!”                                                                                                                                                                                                    

About Kali: (pronounced KAL~ee): This ultra-powerful Hindu goddess is feared by those who don’t understand the natural cycles of birth, death, and rebirth. Kali is the embodiment of Mother Nature, who cleanses away the old with natural storms and fires to make the ground fertile for new crops and life. Kali is the ultimate get-things-done goddess, and she’s a powerful ally to those who call upon her. Like a wise stage mother, she’ll push you beyond your comfort zone to reach the heights of your potential.

Illustration by Lisa Iris from the Goddess Guidance Oracle Deck by Doreen Virtue c. 2004. Published & distributed in the United States by Hay House, Inc.


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