The Fool is the clown. The Fool is the person who knows that they have the unlimited potential of mind to choose and forge new paths. This archetype is that of the innocent. The Fool is the fly-by-the-seat-of-our-pants-ness that is life. The Fool is the person who is in the flow and is in the right place at the right time. Fool is the person in balance who seeks to grow.
What is the Fool’s message?
Representing new beginnings and a walking meditation, the Fool shows us the options, the roads and adventures that we are embarking on. This is the universes gift, a no-strings, no-limits, only opportunity’s to thrive, if we choose to see. The Fool asks us to watch were we are going, but stay grounded in the present.
When does the Fool authentically beginning a new chapter of life? The Fool is the beginning and the end of our journey. When fear overtakes us the the Fool asks us to open our hearts and our minds. When we fear the challenges in-front of us the Fool asks for trust.
Where do we find the Fool in our daily life? If we choose to drink from the Fool’s cup at work, know that we may not be understood, but our path is true. If we drink from the Fool’s cup on the path to love, know that it will come, be patient and enjoy the drink. If we choose to sip from the Fool’s mug of health, we must watch our footing, to keep the foundation solid.
How does the sacred Fool impact our spiritual questions?
Stare intently at the poster of the Fool’s Journey or stare at the card. As we explore the Fool’s image, what questions come to mind? Are we exploring new places, ideas and people? Are we asking the tough questions to find the important answers?
Why do we want the Fool in our closet? To wear the Fool we must acknowledge that we do not know everything. We must trust that the Fool’s lesson will spread beyond our own skin. Trust the image will open questions in the mind of others, setting them on their Fool’s Journey.
To wear the Fool we must acknowledge that we do not know everything. We must trust that the Fool’s lesson will spread beyond our own skin.
On his mythic journey as the sacred Fool, Rosario Salerno designed this deck of tarot cards.