IX OF CUPS
The difference between desire and love is expectation. To desire is to want for something. Desire implies lack.
IX OF CUPS
X OF SWORDS
There is a fine line between genius and madness. A narrow gap between not enough and too much. A thin veil between desperation and divinity.
ACE OF CUPS
The Ace of Cups is a well. A finite container which holds an infinite source.
SON OF PENTACLES
Grief, in our culture, is unbecoming. Is practiced behind closed doors. In rooms with thick and sturdy walls so no more hurt can creep through in our moment of undoing.
II THE HIGH PRIESTESS
The High Priestess is the guardian of the veil. Watcher of the waters of the deep unconscious. Gatekeeper to the knowing you perhaps don’t know that you have.
VII THE CHARIOT
When we recognize ourselves as a part of the family unit, we discover our agency. The Chariot in the Tarot is often given the attribution of the zodiacal sign Cancer.
VIII OF WANDS
The Eight of Wands is like waking up before dawn, tearing through a door to an open field and making a bee-line for the eastern horizon.
III OF PENTACLES
The mundane world is a goldmine for the happenings of magic. The medicine of making. The sauce of synchronicity.
In the act of forgiving, we perceive ourselves offering a key to another. And it is in this motion that we unlock our own shackles.
0 THE FOOL
The answer is in you. In the cycle. In the hole in your heart that is full of possibility.
Dear old death, familiar friend. Kind confidant. Core aspect of the cycle of our psyche.
DAUGHTER OF SWORDS
Miracles present themselves to those whose minds are best prepared to experience them.
III THE EMPRESS
The Empress is a symbol of fertility. A sign of pending sweetness, like low fruit, ripe for picking.
DAUGHTER OF WANDS
Sitting deep in the thick of change can be disorienting. Isn’t always comfortable. Often has us questioning how we got into a wild situation and how on earth we’ll get ourselves out.
MOTHER OF CUPS
This week asks us to be patient with our practice of casting. Reminds us that we can’t always anticipate what is behind the next door.
ACE OF SWORDS
The Ace of Swords unlatches the door to accuracy. Keeps its eye on the entrance to our intellect.
VI OF SWORDS
The Six of Swords represents a gateway to new understanding. A door through which we walk when we drop our own bullshit.
IV OF SWORDS
The Four of Swords is an invitation to focus. An magnet to your mega-mantra. A doorway to all of your personal do’s and dont’s.
II OF SWORDS
This week kicks off with Saturn, lord of time, stationing retrograde. The initiation of outer planetary retrogrades is inherently indicative of something unknown or unseen.
DAUGHTER OF CUPS
The Daughter of Cups is a well of compassion. An examiner of kindness. A bearer of bowls full to the brim with warmth.