Category: Tarot Cards Written by kOri Woo Views: 696
Conscious: The Magician
Unconscious: 5 of Cups
Advice: Ace of Wands (reversed)
The tarot for July 11, 2020 is “all about how my life got flipped turned upside down and I’d like to take a minute to just sit right here…”
MANIFEST, Bytches *snaps*
The energy today is intense, but we literally need to sit in it. (Not ON it! See: reversed wand). Impulses are coming like torrential rain and only our discerment will determine whether we repeat the mistakes that left us in pain yesterday or move into tomorrow prepared for that action! Today, however we have other tools at our disposal that will better serve us as we navigate the wildly chaotic energy that is Mars in Aries ♈ square Mercury retrograde in Cancer ♋.
Since it’s Retrograde Summer, let’s take some time to review what purpose our communications are meant to serve?
How are you regularly feeding your mind? What is your relationship to honesty and/or detachment? Are you practicing emotional self care? What have your experiences taught you about your emotional needs and those of others? How do you self-heal? What is the state of your finances? How are you addressing your karma and debt? What are your definitions of loyalty & committement? The cards ask us to use the current moment to mindfully consider the answers to these questions without taking any decisive action in light of what we find. Rather, once clarity finds you, take one more moment to plan out your next steps as if you are (always) in a position to do your very best.
Happy Saturn Day, Lovelies.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
ॐ Namasté - Blessings!
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