Category: Tarot Cards Written by kOri Woo Views: 1347
Ouroboros Tarot Spread from “The New Complete Tarot” by Onno Docters van Leeuwen & Rob Docters van Leeuwen“Global Fusions Intuitive Tarot Deck” by Rodney Illustrations
General Full Moon Energy
Our relationships and the actions we take to heal and improve ourselves so that we might engage them are in focus throughout this full moon transit. Indeed, the entire Leo season commences with this transit and Venus’ ingress into Virrgo. We are learning to balance accountability to self with the commitments we make to loved ones. Seeing the value in forgiveness and our own deservedness assists us with our forward movement into bonds that are healthy, grounded, & honest.
The emperor shows up to remind us that we can remain autonomous and in full touch with our personal power while acknowledging others as equally valuable and full of strength. When we face our fears directly, communicate our feelings respectfully, and invest our energy & resources into what and who nurtures us in return, we get to witness the kind of growth we fantasize about when our hearts are aligned with hope & possibility. Conscious and enthusiastic action ensures we manifest according to our intent rather than being subject to the whims and daymares of our subconscious mind.
The Emperor :Ideal
3 of Hearts :Problem
Knight of Hearts :Collective Energy
Ace of Hearts (rx) :Past
7 of Diamonds (rx) :Outgoing Influence
Outcome: Knight of Clubs
Emotions: Queen of Hearts (rx)
Environment: 3 of Clubs
Collective Approach: The Devil (rx)
Incoming Influence: The Fool
Tarot Card Forecast
The reversed ace in the past implies that, as a collective, we’ve moved beyond any sense of rejection, emotional drainage or delay in fulfillment. Allowing the subconscious narratives we play during moments of difficulty to flow freely from our wanting cups makes space for the energy we seek to embody. Setting our sights on becoming the Emperors of our experience, we can certainly expect that much effort is required of us, but the reward is complete freedom. Manifesting a full expression of each element in our environment and maintaining each in stable balance is no easy feat. The collective expresses itself as the Knight of Hearts, whose status suggests he’s only just begun the process of individuation. An optimistic attitude and compassionate communication will clear the path forward. This Knight also faces the 3 of Clubs, which to me look a lot like the 3 leftover elements we must master if we intend to gain dominion over the empire within us. In short, our dedication to taking fearless action in the interest of our creative passions and personal evolution is rewarded in independence, influence, and abundance. Ase!
All other cards in the reading originate from the collective’s status as apprentice of the heart space. Across the horizon, we recognize that our environment is transforming in response to our emotional output. In fact by combining that sensitivity with forethought and follow through, we are rewarded by the universe with tangible signs of our intent manifesting. Some of us may realize that as we face and transcend our fear of an uncertain outcome, others around us have been patiently waiting to witness and support our healing process. We must be careful not to be so distracted by or invested in the perspectives or expectations of those we love that we fail to take the necessary steps to expand our own minds & hearts. Let’s open our very selves to experiences that bring us into deeper contact with our own individuality.
The conflicting energy emerges from the 3 of Hearts, which on the negative side implies indulgence in superficial connection with others, social drug & alcohol use, infidelity and promiscuity. As enjoyable as it is to be validated by others’ desire to be in our company, it’s not enough to ‘Do as Romans do’. When we rely on external sources to define or confirm what is pleasurable, valuable or worthy of emotional investment, we miss out on the opportunity to define it for ourselves and invite in those who would compel a more complete expression from us. Our sense of rejection or drainage (reversed Ace of Hearts) in this case likely comes from attempting to force depth in connections where it is not being offered.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
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