The Fool Tarot Card

Fool tarot card
Fool Tarot Card

The Fool tarot card represents the beginning of a journey in which one is filled with hope and optimism that everything will work out perfectly and according to plan. This innocent., or in other words, being ‘new’ to an experience and filled with hope that everything works out is the reason why the Fool tarot card can also symbolize being na├»ve. You may be naive at this time because of your inexperience. There are many things you may not be aware of, such as obstacles that may stand in your way.

Usually, when the Fool tarot card shows up in reading the person is about to leap into a project, relationship, or any type of new beginning without any experience in the situation; however, the person is purely optimistic that things will work out for the best, and many times they do because of the persons’ positive attitude.

The Fool tarot card is a sure sign that one is about to, or already starting a new chapter in their life, in which they will walk an unknown path. Often the Fool tarot card may be advising you to leap of faith, this could mean taking some major risks with the optimism that everything falls in the right place. There is a white flower that the fool carries which represents the purity of innocence. The dog that follows the fool is also white which represents emotional innocence, or the innocence of the animal spirit. Some people live their lives with the spirit of the ‘fool’ in their hearts, they go throughout life with pure faith and the belief in the good of mankind. They are not brought down by the negativity in the world, and they can see the joy and happiness in everything no matter what they may be going through in life. Some people call these types of people ‘fools’ because they seem to live their life with blinders on, innocently living in their world. When in reality they do not let darkness overshadow the light of their souls. The Fool tarot card may also be advising you to allow the spirit of the ‘fool’ to enter your heart.


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