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.
Some writers look at this card as evolution.
Some writers see this card as psychic power.
Some may see this card is about decisions.
I would like to view it as just that: a decision.
One is light. One is dark.
One looks scary. One looks pleasant.
Both are equal in experience. Both will lead you to your next destination. One is not easier than the other.
Both contain the same amount of challenge.
Since you can get large amounts o information from books about what this card represents, let us look beyond the card.
What is the lesson?
The moon teaches us that with each item in our life, there are some that pull us towards them and others that propel us away.
At times (since we are made of water) the tide is high and at times the tide is low.
The high is considered a correct intuitive ping that is based off of clarity and the low would be our own decision of self sabotage.
Like the waves that crash on rocks during the full moon, we too break and destroy the pathway to our goal. This card is about power.
The unseen pull towards our Divine path.
Sometimes we resist. Sometimes we go with the flow.
Regardless, the lesson we must learn is about trusting in the unknown path, and allowing it to aid us in our spiritual growth.
It is not about the choice. It is about what happens afterwards. The walking. The following of the energy.
We have to keep moving, for the moon card will pull us towards our goal. We have to keep making choices and experiencing, in order to create.
It is our fear of choosing that can lead us off course. The fear of loss.
The moon is here to tell us, what ever path we choose will contain an experience that will lead us to our next destination.
Four of Cups, The High Priestess, Eight of Swords:
Once we make our choice and take our first step, we have to trust that things will work out okay.
We may get bored. We may think, perhaps things would have been better with the other path of choice.
I hate to state this to you but things would have been the same.
Sometimes we look for the truth in different places.
Thinking that we will find it outside of our environment. Outside of who we are.
We soon find out that the truth is right there in front of us. Carried in the back pocket of our life.
Sometimes the truth is delivered to us through signs and symbols from Source.
Sometimes the truth is visible to us in the distance but we are tied down by all of the things that matter to us.
The truth has been showing up in the past few readings. As if it wants us to move forward but we desire to stay in the past.
The Eight of Swords is showing us that movement is possible but with small steps.
The High Priestess is telling us to have faith in the unknown. To just know that it will work out in our favor.
The Four of Coins is showing us that our desire is found in our very own back yard.
I get it.
Sometimes we have to take the long way home, in order to appreciate what we truly have.
Sometimes we have to get lost, in order to find our way home.
To find our power.
It was never lost. It was sitting there within your spiritual temple all the while. Waiting.
Waiting for us to recognize that the breaking down and building up of things, has always been within our grasp.
What are the Spirits saying about these cards?
They want us to look past the obstacles. Look past the broken hearts, broken bottles, and broken desires.
Look past the items that we can feel.
Look past the unmet goals.
There is no direction. There is no sidesteps.
There is only forward. There is only manifestation. We will get to our next goal but while we travel down the road to it, we must enjoy.
We must listen to the whispers as we are guided by our own Inner Being.
Guided back to the beginning.
Guided back home.
Until next time.