Welcome to your weekly post about the energy of the week, what it will be like, and how to take better advantage of that energy.
Let us begin.
The lesson associated with this card is about taking charge of your life. It is about ruling the very air around us with an iron fist.
This card is associated with the archetype known as “The Father Figure”.
Oh George Michael.
We sometimes see a father figure as cruel and cold. It can mean that there is no feeling behind his
This is not true.
The Father is here to take care of us. He may rule everything with an iron fist but there is a reason as to why he is looked at as cruel or without heart.
I am going to associate The Emperor with the Justice card. They both rule the Universe with an attitude of “What you put out, you get back”.
There are people in our life that do not have the capacity to love as Light Workers love. They can not illuminate a room with just the smile on their face. The Emperor does not understand a grey area.
The Emperor only understands light and dark.
Maybe we are in certain people’s life so that they can have balance. Sometimes the Light Worker is there to share their gift of seeing in the grey with the Emperor archetype. Sometimes we take on the Emperor attitude and do not even notice that we are ruling our life with an iron fist. Sometimes we have to be cold and unattached so that the person in front of us will have to spread their wings and eventually fly.
Three of Swords, The Empress, Queen of Coins:
When we feel pain, it can hurt us to the bone.
We feel grief.
We feel disgusted.
It consumes our day up with negative thoughts and inconsistent action. We desire change. Something to take the pain away.
Something to distract us.
Though there may be pain in our life (believe me it is only a detail) it will not last. The other cards are stating that we must take the Bull by the Horns and steer our love in a different direction.
It does not mean to give up on people.
It does not mean to give up on our self.
The cards want us to know that with every thought of love, a miracle is returned to us.
The kind of miracles that create foundation, success, and understanding. The kind that stick to us like honey and jam between our fingers. You get it. The weird sensation of pulling your fingers apart and then putting them back together to repeat the sensation. This is what the miracle will feel like.
This is real love.
It sticks to our heart, and even if we were to separate it, it would quickly return home.
Until next time.