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Weekend Tarot: August 15 & 16, 2020

Weekend Tarot: August 15 & 16, 2020

This weekend is a pictorial contradiction of sorts. As a collective, we face the pain of detaching from familiar but ultimately divisive and destructive structures externally & within ourselves. However, despite the sting, we are ripping of the band-aid as our self belief transcends the confusion that crumbles weak foundations in & around us.

SATURDAY

Conscious: The Tower

Unconscious: The Fool

Advice: Prince of Wands (Knight)

By a sudden shedding of multiple selves like snake skin, the collective is transforming, each of us according to our individual application of will. Pay close attention to your thoughts and intuitive leanings today, as you are likely to find within yourself truths that catch you off guard, gifts awaiting your discovery, new roots budding under you composted experiences, the unexpected freedom that tumultuous environments and endings offer. Messages from spirit today will be clear and direct. The advice is to follow your clearest impulse with your purest intent and to back you new self awarenes and value with actions that feed and grow you.

SUNDAY

Weekend Tarot: August 15 & 16, 2020

Conscious: 10 of Wands

Unconscious: 9 of Wands

Advice: 3 of Swords

The overwhelm is obvious, but it doesn’t have to be for naught if we practice persistence through our consuming but temporary difficulty. What the collective faces today is the daunting consequences of taking responsibility for more than was delegated to them. We cannot make everyone happy, know or do everything (try as I often burn out trying), but self worth and respect asks of us to complete to the best of our ability those obligations we have willingly accepted up until this point while setting a conscious intent to detach from those obligations that are not ours or require more energy than the give.

I hope this weekend finds you all enthusiastic about completing and clearing all that might be between you and your path toward the new.

Peace Yall,

kOri


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Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
This blog is a reflection of my personal growth journey, creative writing pursuits and general energies I encounter in the day today. I am currently mastering both Tarot and Astrology and you can find my posts regarding those subjects @AstreauxBytch I also post biweekly tarot videos for each month and new moon on my youtube channel http://youtube.com/c/AstreauxBytch
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