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.
Three of Cups:
The Key word I have associated with this card is "Celebration".
Celebration of what has happened, what is taking place now, and what will take place in the future.
It is a sense of knowing. We dance in celebration to build up energy.
To create sacred space. To let the Universe know that we are happy and content.
It is the coming together that creates this power.
Friends and family bring in a new form of energy.
Personal versus shared power.
When we look at the three of cups, we see people trying to harness power.
They understand that sacrifice has to happen.
I want to look deeper at this card. I want to see it in a different light. This is the only way to move forward with our Tarot Journey.
What happens after the celebration is over?
Between the Three of Cups and the Four of Cups. The part that is not yet boredom with relationships and love but is still in the happy stage.
The shadow spectrum of this card deals with the commitment with people that do not benefit us.
Putting our hands in those that could mislead us.
Maybe it is not their intention to mislead us but as some may say; it is like the blind leading the blind.
We take their hand in faith and hope that things will turn out okay.
When we see the Three of Cups, we must focus on great minds coming together to manifest. To manifest love. To manifest magic.
Remember this as you leave the party, as you enter back into the “normal life”.
Remember that the magic is still brewing and moving towards your desire.
Five of Coins, Three of Coins, Death:
Death takes the lead in this reading. The week will be about transition, transformation, and loss.
You would think that Death covers all aspects of these three subjects, but in this reading it is related to transformation.
The Three of Coins speaks to us about the transition. The Five of Coins speaks to us about the loss.
What am I trying to say?
This week will be about what we choose to not look at, when disaster happens.
When Death opens its arms and takes that which we love.
Takes that which we desire into the next state of existence. Takes it home to our true self.
I am not talking about literal death. No one is going to die. I do not conduct readings in such a fashion. Death to me is only the beginning.
I am speaking of the kind of death that takes the energy from around us, transforms it into something beautiful through the process of decay, and leaves it in plain sight for us to process.
This week is about the process. To see the beauty in the transition, transformation, and loss.
It will hurt my friend.
The ability to leave and become something wonderful can be painful because you will not suffer anymore. We become accustomed to the hurt and sorrow of our past life.
We crave more of the torture because it is all we know.
We look for the bad because it is all we have seen in a long while.
Remember that sometimes love and self worth can look like a hot mess. We can look like a hot mess. It doesn’t mean that we are not worthy.
It is time to stop looking at what was lost. It is time to start to look at what is gained and left over.
We just might find that it is exactly what we needed. It is the perfect fit. Death is funny that way.
We see the process of decay and think “I would not want to experience that kind of pain”.
We forget that we have been there before. With every choice we have made to do something wonderful when the odds were stacked against us. To decay the very obstacle that sat in our way of being beautiful. To live and sit in the process of decay when we have decided to change for the better.
Until next time.