tarot cards that signal change

Everyone has been told that “change is good,” and that’s exactly the same attitude one should have when receiving a tarot card life reading because a spread can indicate that change is in the air. This may sound ominous, but it’s actually a good thing as it’s likely a sign that it’s time to move on from a certain situation in order to thrive in a new one. These cards tend to turn people off (or scare them) because of their imagery and conventional meanings, but the truth is, there is plenty of positivity in them as well. For anyone who finds themselves at a crossroads in their life, these top three cards—and the constructive message they carry—shouldn’t be ignored so that plans can be instituted for the changes ahead. 

The Devil

Considering the literal meaning of this card is associated with deceit, addiction, carcinogenic relationships, and materialism, one may feel as though bad luck is on their side. The good news is that seeing this card in a spread can also mean that it’s a perfect time to turn a new page—perhaps a period that one has been pontificating on for some time. Even if life has taken a wrong turn, The Devil is indicative of positive change as long as the recipient is willing to turn a page—likely one that’s been a point of contention for some time. 

The Tower

Seeing this card means there’s good and also not-so-fantastic things swirling in your life at the moment. On the precarious side, it’s possible that you’ll be caught off guard by something and lose material possessions, as well as hope and self-confidence. Despite feeling discouraged, it’s important to note that the tower brings an end to things that are meant to be over or finalized. This could be anything from a destructive relationship to a deal on a house that fell through to a job you were competing for. Whatever it is, trust that it wasn’t meant to be for the best reasons possible—even if you don’t understand it at the time. 


Perhaps one of the most ominous cards, but it doesn’t always mean illness or actual death—though it can mean the ending of something in your life. This is never a bad thing as it merely means you’re moving on to another chapter—not the end of the book. Take advantage of this moment by discarding bad habits, setting new goals, and creating a plan to make the necessary changes in your life to make it even more fulfilling. 
Are changes in your future? There’s only one way to find out. Book a tarot reading with one of our advisors and see what your cards have to say about the road ahead.

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