The Change– Osho Zen Tarot Deck

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I. The commentary of The Change Osho Zen

The symbol of the Change Osho Zen is the giant wheel which representing time, destiny, and karma. The Milky Way revolves around a perpetual motion circle with 12 signs of the zodiac on the outer edge. Inside the circle are the eight trigrams of I Ching and near the center of the circle are the four directions, illuminated by the energy of lightning. The rotating triangle is now facing upwards, towards the gods. At the center of the wheel is the symbol of yin and yang, male and female, creative and receptive.

It is often said that the only constant thing in the world is change. Life is constantly changing, evolving, dying and rebirth. All opposites play a role in this vast circle. If you cling to the edge of the wheel, you may be dizzy! Then move to the center of the storm and relax because you know the storm will pass.

commentary of The Change Osho Zen

II. The meaning of The Change Osho Zen

Life repeats itself unconsciously – unless you perfect mindfulness, it will continue to spin like a wheel. That is why Buddhists call it the wheel of life and death – the wheel of time. The Change Osho Zen moves like a wheel: birth and death, death and birth; love and hate, hate and love; success and failure, failure and success. Look at that!

If you can observe for only a few days, you will see a rule. That is the law of circulation. One day, on a beautiful morning, you feel very excited and happy, and then on another day; you feel so sad, so deadly that you start to have suicidal thoughts. And one day, you feel so alive, you happily see the grace of God that gave you the mood of deep gratitude and today you see resentment and no benefit in living … The wheel keeps moving, but you will not see it anymore.

Only when you see through the law of the circulation can you escape it.

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The Wheel of Fortune Rider Waite is a very iconic Tarot card. The angel in the left corner is Aquarius, the eagle is Scorpio, the lion is Leo and the ox is Taurus. These are four fixed signs of the Zodiac, but they all have wings – a sense of stability between movement and change.

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2. The Wheel Wildwood Tarot

Wheel Wildwood

The Wheel Wildwood Tarot has started to spin, the change is within reach. The laws of the cycle of life, death, and rebirth always evolve steadily. You should learn to adapt to the changes here. 

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3. Wheel Of Fortune Deviant Moon Tarot

The central theme of The Wheel of Fortune Deviant Moon Tarot card is cyclical change. The non-stop rolling wheel, reversing events in a continuous process of ups and downs, both ways to free us from the past.

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