See the Fool
The fool is walking towards the edge of a cliff with his eyes closed. He smells a red rose. There is a ray of sunshine directly on the fool. The forest is behind him. The carries a travel bag with him, and is wearing a cloak over his clothing and cap with a feather on it. There is a large ginseng plant at the edge of the cliff, it’s roots almost bursting out of the ground.
The sun is contentment, and appears almost as if it is spiritual, thus spiritual contentment. The forest is behind him, thus he’s able to see things more clearly if he opens his eyes. The red rose is a typical symbol of love. The feather is symbolizing his forward movement, as are his steps. The ginseng is representing the adapting of new ways.
New beginnings; Adaptability; Improved memory
Ginseng is known as the world’s wonder. It improves memory function, replenishes energy, strengthens the immune system, and is adaptogenic.
This is a time of new beginnings, of moving forward. You are more able to adapt to new situations for this time. You may notice that you have an improved memory during this time. You will be able to see things more clearly if you open your eyes and look around you.
Thoughts/Points to Ponder:
The fool is just starting out on his journey. He is paying too much attention to the rose, and not watching where he's going trusting in fate.