Weekly Tarot Card – Six of Swords

Traveling through smoother waters

Bringing along the water theme for another week we have a fellow rowing a woman and her little one to greener pastures. They seem to be traveling from rough waters to smoother waters, an auspicious direction. We take heart in the fact that nothing stays the same and even if you feel blocked or trapped in an unhappy situation there are those around who can help. Perhaps the question(s) here is/are what is standing in your way? Are you holding onto old patterns of thought, belief, behavior because that is customary and what you expect? Or can you allow yourself to get beyond these paradigms that have never been and certainly are not useful now to dream/see/envision a new and better way? You might think you need an oarsman but what if you are your own oarsman?

Weekly Tarot Card – Queen of Cups

The Queen of Cups sits on a throne of stone which is adorned with seashells and water nymphs. She is engrossed in a meditation gazing at the ornate golden chalice she holds in her hands. Surrounded by water she listens to the sounds awaiting for deep messages of inspiration. She feels the sense of the universe and will share it with you if you are open to receiving.

Weekly Tarot Card – The Star

AE4EDD2B-7884-4666-BA85-6A9904CFC691_1_201_aLook we’ve come through! After some trials and tribulations we have seen the light at the end of the tunnel. A beautiful maiden pours water into a refreshing pool and along the lush flower strewn landscape under a starry starry night. The eight-pointed star symbolizes regeneration, and the number 8 turned on its side is the infinity sign. This is a hopeful card for creativity, optimism, rebirth. May you be inspired this week and live in the light.

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?