Category: Tarot Cards Written by kOri Woo Views: 1739
While many celebrate various holidays and spiritual connections this day by way of ritual or remembrance, this time we also come to energetic closure as full moons often represent culmination and endings that forge paths for the new to emerge later in the moon cycle. Indeed, the cards for this lunation reflect an imbalance resulting from an ongoing process of transformation and an emphasis on growth & progress over comfort.
Release is being required of us and discernment also, lest we sever parts of our lives and even ourselves that do in fact serve our bests. Solitude and self reflection will be important practices to engage and persist through so that we may define our newly emerging selves outside external perceptions & expectations. This process needn’t be difficult or painful. We simply need to remain aware of, embrace and adjust the now while holding onto our sense of self-worth & value.
Ideal: Strength (reversed) Conflict: 5 of Wands Collective Energy: 10 of Pentacles Past Energy: 6 of Swords (reversed)
Outgoing Influence: The Chariot Incoming Influence: 5 of Cups (reversed) Collective Response: Queen of Wands
Environment: 6 of Cups (reversed) Collective Emotions: The Fo (reversed)Outcome: Wheel of Fortune
Additional Info: Temperance (reversed)
October closes with a collective attempt to integrate passionate impulses, desires for self-protection, and expressions of personal & creative power with our self-control and regenerative efforts. Strength flipped as an ideal suggests we turn our power plays inward. Rather than going out of our way to show power, skills, or natural talents to others (or to exert control over them…) during this time period, it may be a more beneficial use of time to solidify, augment, or redefine these things for ourselves and create action plans for later. (See Mercury & Mar’s direct station November 3rd & 13th, respectively.) Conflicts taking place now are likely ego based and have less to do with differing goals than incompatible methods. Keeping this in mind when tension ignites allows quick and smooth resolutions for all willing parties.
The overall collective energy is one of exponential growth. We are willing to cooperate and collaborate provided intentions and benefits are clearly defined and responsibilities upheld. What is born from our efforts to grow, connect, & create is an abundance that lasts, overflows, and makes space for joy also to be shared as burdens are halved and resources conjoined. This result doesn’t come without much work and forward focus. In fact, the primary requirement to make the best of what is at play in these cards is the application of lessons learned in the past to the current moment. It’s a great time to look at any resistance we feel or project onto the world around us. Be willing to release the emotional attachment to stages, phases and stories, so that a new script can be written and played out.
The desire for fast movement, total domination, or distance is waning collectively and what replaces it is a unhurried, more stable healing and rebirth that allows us to slowly, but more completely detach from disatisfying energies, connections, and versions of ourselves more aligned with yesterday than today. Because ego battles are the primary issue we face in the coming weeks, it is imperative we be mindful of when our egos and insecurities speak over the voice of our authentic intentions. Individuality is better expressed through creative action and charismatic, but direct communication than melodrama or other attempts to draw attention.
Around us we will be witnessing others release attachments to the past and embark on the birthing of new lives, engagement of new energies, and creation of new bonds. While it may be scary to leave behind all that is familiar for a potential, it is helpful to consider what we’ve discovered about our own ability to make the lives and become the beings we wish to experience. The unknown holds less to fear than to welcome if we are open to look from new angles. As the next full moon rolls in, we’ll likely be reaping the rewards (or suffering the consequences) of our actions and efforts now, so don’t wait for tomorrow to do what you know needs be done or done what you know must die. I wish you all the best as we move ever closer into winter.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
ॐ Namasté - Blessings!
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