10 Charkhe Falak 

The Charkhe Falak, Wheel of Fortune in traditional Tarot, comes from the words Charkh (wheel) and Falak (sky). The Charkhe Falak, however, is more than a wheel in the sky; it is the celestial wheel linked to destinies that so many Sufi poets have written about. When this card appears for you, you are being told that what is meant for you will come to you. All you need to do is align yourself with your true nature, do the inner work, trust, and wait. Like the whirling Dervish in the center of the wheel, in perfect surrender as they move in sync with the universe. The Charkhe Falak is the opposite of stagnation. As the wheel spins, old cycles end and new stations, or maqams, are reached.