Osho Zen Tarot (St. Martins Press, 1995) is one of the most positive Towers going, I think.
Although in the foreground we can see two figures falling from a place where lightning has struck, and fires burning in the structure, there is more to this card. If we look deeper, we see a buddha-type figure sitting in meditation. So, there is the suggestion that if we can find inner calm, we can weather any storms that life sends our way.
One phrase from the companion book has always stuck with me: “A shake-up that’s a wake-up”. The challenges in our lives encourage us to take stock of our situation, and make conscious changes: accepting, adapting, and transforming.
My day already has a few clouds on the horizon. Lots to do and not a lot of time to do it, as one of Big Boy's carers has had a family emergency. Still, I take this card as encouragement to let go of some of my expectations, and stay with what is.
I am grateful for the reminder to look inside and find a little tranquility, no matter what is going on around me.