It was a foggy morning. My emotions were just as foggy as the morning. My body was in the midst of reacting to something. Am I feeling the fool (full) moon already? That was a Freudian slip of the fingers. Maybe I’m just a big cry baby.
Today is magically a two-card day. Guess the Universe knows I needed a pick-me-up after an emotional for no reason day. The self-centered tarot cards of the day are Three of Staves and Two of Cups from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr.
The woman in the first card is holding a stave in hand as a walking stick while she looks out to sea waiting for her ship to come in. Waldherr’s meaning, “An enterprise about to cumulate in success. The ability to transform goals into realistic action.” I say, maybe. Perhaps she is just a strong willed young woman who needed to get some air and is contemplating getting the hell out of there. Who really knows except her? At least she’s looking outward with her head held high!
In the second card, the woman sparkles in the moonlight, while the newly weds raise a cup to what they can achieve together. Notice the word can. One without the other is just one. Both together has great potential to be greater than the sum of its parts, literally. Luckily Waldherr saves me with her interpretation, “Integration of masculine and feminine aspects within oneself. An attraction that may become a serious relationship.”
While scrying after my meditation and prior to drawing the cards tonight, I saw many aspects of myself from many different space-time realities merge into the me here and now. Here’s to hoping for a hottie, just in case this situation turns out to be the latter. Cheers!
Today was a good day. The sun was shining, the birds were flying, and the night is settling in. The big astrological news of the day is that Uranus in Aries is trining Jupiter in Leo. This is a sweet spot for me right now. Uranus is conjunct my natal Jupiter! This could be amazing.
My self-centered tarot card for the day is the Death card from the Native American Tarot Deck by Magda and J.A. Gonzalez. The image on the card is the archetypal skeleton. The emotion the image evokes is quite different than other decks. Death has compassion for the buffalo as its skull is gently cradled. It’s quite beautiful really.
According to Magda and J.A. Gonzalez, “The essence of Death is transformation, alteration and unexpected change. Explained in another way, when the strain of the environment becomes intolerable, the threatened element readily adapts.” The card represents to me a time in my life where an old way of being has died so another can be conceived. It feels electrical. It’s Uranus conjunct my Natal Jupiter.
The numerology of the number 13 is upheaval and sudden change. Upheaval and change are happening all around us. Free energy and lasting health are real possibilities with applications harnessing the power of the fourth phase of water. Seriously, check out The Great Secret of Water – Dr. Gerald H. Pollack http://youtu.be/Jd2tPtqSyNY.
Science is backing up my spiritual beliefs and it feels great! The end of this week felt like a death to me, but a death in a good way. A new cycle is starting and we are going to blow ourselves away!