Category: Tarot Cards Written by kOri Woo Views: 857
“The chains that break you are the chains that make you, and the chains that make you are the chains you break.” — Anthony Liccione
Overall Message (Deck Bottom): 8 of Cups
Our collective energy seems to be moving toward endings & closures in the emotional realm. The promise implied in detaching from negative, draining activities & unequal bonds is expansion. When we recognize and accept that everyone is not for us (and that doesn’t make us or them wrong) and take responsibility for detaching and surrounding our selves with those who are, we free ourselves to pursue greater, more complete fulfilment. Heart spaces are opening to the awareness of what we all innately deserve as human beings. Jupiter will emphasize this and Saturn will compel us through limitation or responsibility to adjust and/or regulate our efforts in the house of our natal charts where Aquarius appears. The first full moon at 0 degrees Aquarius in July enlightened us to where we’ve come up short in pursuit of the goal. Now at the last degree of the sign, we see hints of the reward in heeding the Universe’s urging (or the consequences of resistance).
Conjuncting Jupiter at the anaretic degree, the effects of this lunation will definitely be more intense than usual. There are not many negative aspects in the cosmos or indications in the cards for this month, though. That means we are being given an opportunity to do the necessary work (Saturn is also in Aquarius) in our emotional lives (Moon) to ensure forward movement (Aquarius), healing, and productive growth in our lifestyles overall without having to focus too much on problematic distractions. This energy highlights endings, epiphanies, and exposure with regard to Aquarian themes. (Innovation, individualism vs. group dynamics, humanitarian efforts, unorthodoxy, and on the shadow side, contrariness, megalomania, intellectual elitism, & marginalization).
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. […]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.-Kori Woo (Full Moon in Aquarius 7/23/21)
Daughter of Pentacles :Ideal
5 of Wands :Problem
7 of Pentacles :Collective Energy (self)
Son of Wands :Past
10 of Wands :Outgoing Influence
Outcome: 3 of Wands
Emotions: 6 of Wands
Environment: Daughter of Wands
Collective Approach: Ace of Wands
Incoming Influence: 2 of Cups
The Horizon (Self & Environment): Putting that work in is the name of the game for much of the collective. In light of the pandemic and other wide reaching world events, it only makes sense that we’d be focused on rebuilding and solidifying foundations. The 7 of Pentacles speaks of patience, persistence, nurturing and being attentive to ones physical and material needs. It is future directed and being a 7 card, it is also about mastery. We’re investing our energy in growth, expecting our efforts to manifest that fulfillment missing from the situations we’ve left on the shelf in those 8 cups. This time though, we do it aligned.
In the environment, we find motivation, encouragement and enthusiasm. We are being compelled by external events and those around us to channel our creative energy into the new. The Daughter (page) of Wands is a self starting, highly excitable, child-like energy with a strong self belief and a willingness to act in the face of fear. Are you? If nurturing an ideal into fruition or building a business is the goal, well you’d better be doing something, right? Damn skippy, says the page.
Motivations (Past vs. Ideal): Emerging from underneath financial burdens, energetic overwhelm, and the misplaced responsibilities of others in the 10 of Wands, we set our sights upon the earth element. The study, practice, and very eventual mastery of the material realm is indicated by the Daughter of Pentacles in the ideal position. We are embarking on a path of self security, stability, and committing to pursuit of our own abundance. And, damnit we shall have it! That does mean we must follow through on our current commitments and open ourselves to opportunities for new that may require even deeper dedication from us.
The Issues & Us: Petty conflict & competition may distract us from the goal. The 5 of Wands is always a reminder to be more solution oriented than concerned with being right or in control. With the Knight of Wands being the root of this issue, our commitment to a goal is in question as well as our motives. Communications may prove too direct or harsh for those around us. What becomes most obvious during this cycle is how much willful pursuit of truth & novelty at the expense of reliability & compassionate self expression actually costs us. It is imperative that in our quest to uncover and relay the reality or our personal perspective that we can differentiate the two. Think before you speak, then do so with emotional intelligence in tact. It’s time to adjust our words and actions to reflect values. This is growth.
Collectively, our emotional state is informing our approach toward the 5 wands. The Ace of Wands denotes high enthusiasm, creativity, passionate action to manifest a goal but also self defense and even sexual prowess. Let’s walk it like we talk it and maintain our motivated momentum. That applies to any area of life in which we seek change or progress. Our follow through determines our success. We’ll find we are acknowledged for our sincere intent, but celebrated for our dedication to embodiment of potential. Don’t stop at the parade.
The Future: Our past attempts at forward movement were inconsistent at best with the Knight but we’ve set our sights on the slow, steady, and tangible this time around and we’re likely to find others who resonate with us willing to walk to path alongside us. Synchronicities and additional opportunities to better ourselves and expand our reach may also result from the new connections we invest in. Through focused action, sincere and balanced support and a disciplined approach to transforming our circumstances, we are rewarded with significant and measurable manifestation.
Peace & healing to you lovelies, and abundance tenfold. Ase.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
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