The Wheel of Fortune card is usually about being flexible and open to new opportunities and changes.
Blood, Sweat and Tears' song "Spinning Wheel" adds another dimension to that.
While it is a reminder not to let yourself get too cocky, since what goes up must come down, there's more to it than that.
It's also a reminder that you aren't the only one going through whatever it is that you're going through. We all deal with the ups and downs of life. While it's difficult, if not impossible, to gage when those changes are coming, learning to accept them and flow with them can make things a lot less difficult.
Hopefully, just knowing that others are in the same boat helps, at least a little. It's so easy to get overwhelmed when you feel that life has thrown you for a loop, and it's easy to feel like you're the only one. But it happens to all of us. Some just handle it better than others.
Change isn't always easy to deal with. We get comfortable on our paths, even in the ruts. If you're feeling this now, reach out to your angels and guides for support.
And know that the reverse of the song's lyrics is also true. What does down, goes back up!
This card comes from my Psychic Jukebox deck, a 78-card tarot deck that I created out of my love of music. It is similar to traditional tarot decks, but all the cards are singers, bands and songs. My deck is actually 80 cards, as there are two blank ones - because sometimes, you already know the answer.
You can hear me read from this deck for callers on Psychic Tapestry's new Spiritual Tune Up Show, with Michele Amburgey, on Wednesday's at 5:00pm and on Psychic Tapestry's Love Show, with Toni DeMaio and Julia Hoffman, on Friday's at 5:00pm (Pacific) on Blog Talk Radio!
I will also be giving readings with this deck at Myztic Isle in La Mesa, CA (Monday) from noon to 5:00pm. Get directions or make an appointment by visiting Myztic Isle's website RIGHT HERE!