ALL PATHS LEADING TO THE WIDOW.
Reading Tarot with Sanskrit Language.
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Finding the Right Path.
Gypsy Tarot is about paths, helping you to make the right decisions. Gypsy card gives you options, a for solutions to a problem. These options are not easy and need careful consideration. Gypsy Card gives you free will, a choice, which path you want to choose. You can spend your life concentrating on pain, bitterness, materiality, lust, satisfying your ego, or finding liberation from illusions. It is a war between good and evil, matter over spirit, balance or imbalance, which defines the nature of one's ethos. However, greed and the ego's sweet words and her beauty might put you in a trance, letting your guard down and choosing the wrong path. It is a card of mystery, stillness and passivity. On the second level, the Queen of Diamonds presents the inner world, the ardent manifestation of consciousness. It speaks of wealth that is beyond material possessions. It is knowledge, knowing the way of the Cosmos. Our inner world is the profound manifestation of our consciousness, the Universe, and the ability to share one's happiness, good fortune and joy. The picture's esoteric message is the shared emotion, providence, which will bring you closer to your loved ones. The card also emphasises the present, the moment of happiness, teaching you to notice that being happy or satisfied does not include wanting more or wanting less of something based on need but accepting its nature for what it is. Materialism is an allure and illusion. It will never really provide the 'real' fulfilment.
The Widow is about making choices. Think of four points in space that you connect to create a cross. More than once in your journey, you come to a crossroads where you have to make a choice. You have different options, what direction you want to go. Problems are often a signal that change is needed. The Widow asks you to make the right choice, following your soul desire and be honest with yourself. Chess: Think of four points in space that you connect to create a cross. The four different colours of the Pawns is a reference to the Widow, and her number is 4. It has many meanings, among them the four elements, immortality and caturaGga (Sanskrit) chess-board. i.e. directions.
The Widow is a symbol of caturaGga cross: What is caturaGga? It has a lot of meaning, but the base word is cATu = discourse, dialogue, budha and raGgA = The stage of Dialogue, Chess. It is better known from William Shakespeare “All the world's a stage,/ And all the men and women merely players”. The Widow is called Arya, which translates to uniting opposites or sound frequencies into one single voice.