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Weekly Tarot Card – Ace of Cups

AceofCupsLove love love is what it’s all about this week. The expression “My cup runneth over” is apt as the dove of peace brings the wafer of forgiveness to the waters of love running over the rim of the golden cup held by the hand of god appearing out of the clouds in a blue blue sky. The water sustains the lilies dotting the surface of the pool of  blue water. To Buddhists the water lily is a symbol of enlightenment, purity, and divine birth. The beautiful bloom emerges from the mud. Peace love and mercy. The spirit of the holidays approaches.

Weekly Tarot Card – Knight of Cups

IMG_2430A handsome knight on a white horse offers a golden chalice. Is it filled with a love potion? He is ready to cross the stream to your side where desert mountains loom large. He offers the comfort of heart flow, love and the trust of a good friend. Being that he wears red fish on his cloak we think he might be an artist, perhaps a musician or painter. And even if this is just a dream isn’t it nice to enjoy the prospect of love in your life?

Weekly Tarot Card – Four of Wands

IMG_2341Homecoming! Marriage Celebration! Joy! Plans have found a harmonious completion and it is party time! How reassuring it is to know that the seeds we have sown, the plans we have hatched, are beginning to bear fruit. The four wands in the foreground are stable posts which hold up the structure of merriment. Family, gathering, good cheer abounds as the necessity of structure and harmony form the basis of aligned goodness.

Weekly Tarot Card – The Magician Reversed

IMG_2240Ouch! It’s painful to see the Magician on his head so to speak. If you’re feeling thwarted this week and none of those resources usually at your fingertips are present or coming together to aid you in your creative pursuits, well then perhaps this is how the Magician Reversed plays out. However, even though the cup, pentacle, sword and wand fall from their place on his work-table, the Magician continues to point towards heaven and earth aligning his energy as a connector between the divine and the world. The Magician knows how to use the world to manifest spiritual intentions. We see this connection as everlasting although this week there might be a minor setback in the manifestation flow. Some meditation perhaps is warranted to center oneself and focus on intentions to prepare for the time when manifestation comes more easily. Self-alignment is the key this week. Have a good one!

Weekly Tarot Card – Ace of Swords

IMG_2172 2A hand of God reaches out of the clouds holding a double-edged sword upright. Atop the sword is a crown with a victory wreath. This week clear-thinking wins the day. Your ability to see through the fog of opinions, hearsay, bias, and view the true reality of situations, people, places, things, for how they really are, without emotion or attachment or the neediness of ego, will bring forth ideas that spring from your authentic self. Stay with the plan and don’t get sucked into other people’s agendas. We each have our own journey. Let yours be one of your own making.

Weekly Tarot Card – Six of Wands

IMG_2094Go ahead, this week take a bow. Like the champion atop his white horse with a victor’s wreath around his head and staff, you have the crowd behind you supporting your victory lap. Facing the future all is well as you ride the wave of the crowd’s adulation. The white horse looks to us with a knowing eye. Victory must be seized for the moment before the tide changes as it inevitably will.

Weekly Tarot Card – Queen of Swords

IMG_1814A woman of authority comes into your life this week. She is blunt, she is fair, her truth cuts like a knife but she is always for the good and her emblems include butterflies, angels and clouds (the stuff of ideas and thoughts). You might not like what you hear but try to listen with an open heart and be grateful that someone is willing to risk discomfort for telling you the truth. Perhaps this queen is you. If so, remember the action of your outstretched left hand which adds mercy to the resolute judgement of the upright sword.