The Empress is the fourth card in the 22 trump cards (Major Arcana) and is associated with number 3. When drawn in a reading, the card is a representation of fullness, deep love, fertility, and sexual desire, especially for a woman. It can also refer to your own mother or someone with a maternal figure, i.e. H. Caring, friendly and advising you throughout your life's journey.
When it appears in your tarot card reading, the empress brings nurturing energy that shows the birth of something in your life. It could be an idea, a relationship, a business, or even a child. It is a good omen that you will soon start caring for something or someone you have dreamed of.
In a love reading, this indicates that your relationship is fruitful, loving, and passionate. They are supported, protected and loved. Enjoy the time. If you are trying to conceive, now is the time to try. Take extra precautions if you don't want to have children.
In a business / career reading, the hard work you have done is immediately rewarded. This may mean a raise, promotion, or profit from a recent project. Don't worry about finances, it'll be fine. When the empress appears, it is a sign of the forthcoming flowing fullness and joy. Things will be in your favor if she has your back.
However, it can happen that the heart and head do not match and you feel overwhelmed. It's okay to be sad, especially when you're dealing with loss. For those who are overworked and too busy, try doing something you love during the day to keep your balance and avoid burnout. It can be a short walk in the park, listening to music you like, watching a movie, playing video games, praying, reading a book, anything that brings you joy and a feeling of nourishment.
This card also encourages us to spend more time with Mother Nature. Use the time to meditate and listen to the rustling of leaves and singing birds. Remain humble and slowly breathe in all the beauty that surrounds you. She encourages us to hug and take a moment to see the beauty and luxury around you. The more she has to be grateful, the more she finds. Be open to giving and receiving love.