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 Death card usually means “transformation” in a reading.
This card contains the element of change. As it enters our environment it begins to decay and breakdown the vessel.
Sometimes we allow the change to take place and sometimes we deny it.
It begins to stink.
Sometimes we allow the change to take place and it swallows us whole. We allow it to just take over our life. Death can be tricky. Maybe there are people in our life that suck the very essence out of who we are and when the power is turned around, they look at us like we are the villains.
We move from one energy to another.
They crave for the very existence because they do not understand that they are unworthy at that moment of passion.
Death requires us to change.
To rearrange our priorities.
Sometimes Death requires us to become something greater than what we are.
Death reminds us that we live within a vessel that will eventually expire.
Death also states to us that with every changing second the present becomes the past, as it starts to become a memory.
Things must change and the Death cards reminds us of that very presence when it enters into a reading.
We must not fear the Death card.
We must not fear the presence of Death around us.
Transform with the new energy that is presented in the future.
Transform with the energy of Death, for only good can come from the struggle of shedding one skin to another.
The Devil, Nine of Wands, Seven of Swords:
Temptation is calling to us from behind.
It whispers with small actions of stalling and laziness.
Temptation to return to the old shadow side of life, where we dwell in the darkness of pain and suffering.
The Nine of Wands talks about mending the wounds we have at the moment and resting to gather more energy.
To gather more power for the coming steps on our journey.
The Seven of Swords reminds us to watch out for lost items and unspoken words. Things can be kept hidden under the piles of dirty laundry in our closet.
We forget, we dismiss, for what has happened in the past can not happen again.
We think differently but act the same, as the past enters into our life, laughing and creating the same old problems.
We have learned this lesson before.
We feel the cauldron bubbling in the background.
We sense what must be done, but are we strong enough yet to banish that which has caused us pain?
We are strong enough.
The cards would like to leave us with a little bit of advice:
“Sit back and enjoy the ride as the past slips silently out the back door, unnoticed, not acknowledged, and ignored.”
Until next time.