“Sometimes you just have to take the leap and build your wings on the way down.” – Kobi Yamada
The journey of a Soul begins with a single step, all you need is a leap of faith. Simply jump into your adventure and have faith that the Universe will provide the net. Think of a time when you had childlike optimism, when the world was your oyster, and you felt as if there wasn’t anything you couldn’t do. The Fool is complete carpe diem, seize them day, surrendering to new beginnings and adventures. The Fool is a true Seeker, whether it is soul searching or the quest for a life path. This card tells you to embrace uncertainty and become a possibilitarian.
Fools come in all shapes, from the Hobbit, to Astronauts, to dream makers. Even though they didn’t know exactly where their journey’s were going to take them they found themselves ready to embrace it with a sense of hope, optimism, and possibility. The Fool is all about facing our fears and accepting that we can not control every outcome in our lives.
Consider the thought that you are the beautiful Fool. You are on a quest toward creative development and a path towards wellness. Having set out on this journey, you have already encountered The Magician and The High priestess, where you have met both Manifestation and Intuition. You have learned to follow your true North and believe in your magick of manifestation, now you need to trust in the Universe.
The Fool card is numbered 0, which is considered to be a number of infinite potential.
“He inspires courage, for he understands that every day is a chance to open up new areas in your life, and with that comes a mixture of anticipation, wonder, awe and curiosity.”- LABYRINTHOS
“You only live once. But if you do it right, once is enough.” – Mae West
Creating Art takes courage, each Art of Wellness lesson we do takes a moment of courage because we step outside our comfort zone.
The more we do it the more empowered we are to know that there is nothing we can not do.
What would we do if we knew we wouldn’t fail? If we knew that every leap we took would have a soft landing?
We would probably do a lot of wonderful things, but there would be no true adventure, it is the fear of the unknown that makes us look before we leap, but it is the journey of a new adventure that makes us want to seek.