Astrological Counterpart: Jupiter, the planet of expansion, enthusiasm and well-being, the symbol of good fortune;
Mythological Correspondent: Tyche or Fortuna, the goddess of luck;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Kaph;
I Ching Correspondent: 50 Ting/The Caldron.
The Wheel of Fortune card is highly symbolic. The angels sitting in its four corners represent the four fixed signs of the Zodiac, suggesting stability and security amidst movement and transformation. It suggests that everything goes in cycles. Depending on how you feel about change, it is either a positive or a negative card. It works as a reminder that "this too shall pass". It can indicate that sometimes all you need is a change in perspective. Look at things and people from a different angle and maybe you'll manage to see the glass half full. It's easier than it sounds.
Work: If you're no longer enthusiastic about your job even if it's a good one, this card can indicate that the time has come to leave it. You're being called to follow your dream. Even if you don't have a mentor or there's no one there to support your transition, be bold and dare for more.
Love: The time has come to verbalize how you feel about your relationship. It doesn't mean that you should part ways but if you believe it's not moving in the right direction, something has to be done. If you're single and looking, make sure you know what you want in a partner.
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