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Almost any of them. Sometimes the light-workers in our lives are the ill people or the addicted people or the abusive people, who make it necessary for us to summon our own strength and our own integrity and our own kindness.

The Magician, for the link between the worlds.
The HPS, for the aspect of the Divine Feminine.
The Empress, for the Creative Feminine.
The Emperor, for a protective guardian.
The High Priest for wisdom passed on to others.

And so on: if you look at every card in order, you can always see a way in which they represent a light-worker, even if it's not obviously on the surface at first glance.
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