The Devil Tarot Card


The Devil tarot card is not a portent of evil.  Say that as many times as necessary.  It's just one of those cards which has a lot of impact.

With the arrival of the Devil, you're more attached than usual to the earthly plane and its pleasures - there's nothing wrong with that, in moderation.

When Miss L sees The Devil tarot card in a reading, she knows that there will be issues with sex, money, or power.  It is a card of physical issues, and of control: of yourself, of others. 

By the way, if you're wanting a more thorough meaning for The Devil tarot card  or the meaning of each Tarot card, Miss L suggests that you check out the Tarot card meanings  page.

We all desire varying amounts of the earthly goodies.  The Devil   speaks to us about control and moderation.

While wanting sex is not immoral, there is always too much of a good thing.  

It might not seem possible but Miss L believes that if other areas of your life are suffering or depleted consistently because of desire for sex or -insert any other physical area here- then there is an issue of imbalance.

This isn't to say that any of these physical areas are wrong by nature.  The Devil wants you to examine what is moderate for you.

You might also wonder with this tarot card if someone else is pulling your strings.

Control and constraint is an inherent part of The Devil's meaning and while that combined with sex could equal bondage, it more often relates to how you give.

When you offer something to a friend/lover/family member, do you give freely?

Or are there strings?

Whether spoken or silent, are you hoping for a certain outcome?

Do you feel that someone 'owes' you for what you've done?

The Devil asks you to give only what you can afford and to be vigilant about manipulation, whether coming from you or directed at you.<p>

 The Devil tarot card asks...

  • Do you feel that someone else controls your access to power, sex, or money?  Do you feel this is normal or that it interferes with your life?  If you could have unlimited amounts of anything, what would it be?
  • When you look at physical temptations like sex, power, or money, how do you feel about them?  You can realize that they're necessary but do you feel comfortable with desiring them or does that seem like a baser instinct?
  • Do you find it easy to control your level of interest in these areas?  Do you find yourself judging others for having a greater or lesser focus than you?  Why?

The Devil reminds us that we need to allow the physical areas of our life to flourish but not overwhelm us.  Give freely and insist that you receive the same.


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