Pluto Retrograde Tarot Spread

This Pluto Retrograde Tarot spread will help you to go deep within to uncover hidden truths. Be honest with yourself. 
Do you experience power in the form of empowerment? Or do you take your personal power for granted and not fully express yourself? Do you allow others to use their power to dominate or influence you? Do you overpower others so you can avoid facing your own deeper wounds? What about control…do you have a need to control others? Are you trying too hard to control your own life? Self-doubt and self-judgement is a form of control, it keeps you small, it keeps you from your true authentic expression. 
Purge the old stories that are no longer serving you. Transformation happens when you allow the destruction to happen. Enlightenment is a destructive process (quoted from Adyashanti), break down all of the conditioning that has gotten in your way of seeing the true light that you are.
Breathe, ground yourself, shuffle your cards and then place one card in each of the seven placements for your personal Pluto Retrograde Tarot reading. 

Pluto retrograde 2019 starts on April 24 at 23° Capricorn and ends on October 3 at 20° Capricorn.

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Pluto Retrograde

Pluto goes Retrograde today April 24, 2019 at 23º09’ in Capricorn. 
Pluto is about your ability to transform, take a big leap forward and re-birth. With it retrograde it is a time to go deep to uncover how power and control shows up in your life. What is no longer serving you that you may be reluctant to move on from? Time for deep reflection, truth, and self-compassion. All of who you are matters, every piece of your story has its purpose to creating the light that shines from you. When you bring light to the dark, what was not seen or acknowledged can no longer hide…this is liberation. Do not fear the truth, for truth is freedom. 

Pluto retrograde 2019 starts on April 24 at 23° Capricorn and ends on October 3 at 20° Capricorn.

Pictured card: from the Astrology Reading Cards deck by Alison Chester-Lambert illustration by Richard Crookes

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