Today’s meditation is super relaxing. It was a full body scan meditation that started at the crown of the head and went in a very detailed scan all the way down to the tips of the toes.
These yoga nidras are my very favorite types of guided meditation, as the laser focus needed in going through each part of the body assists me in being able to have a completely centered focus without a lot of distractions.
Today’s draw was another combination of doubles, with both again coming out together without a jumper. The cards in today’s draw are the Chimpanzees (the Justice card, which is the 11th card in the Major Arcana), and the Horse (the Chariot card, which is the 7th card in the Major Arcana.
The Justice card deals with cause and reaction, action and consequence. It is a card that deals with cause and effect, justice, truth, and “fairness” in the way of balance. In the guide for this deck, the chimpanzees are associated with the keywords of adaptation, objectiveness, awareness, compassion, and honor.
The Chariot card deals with willpower and determination. Like the Knight card from yesterday, this card deals with the strength to act with precision and control, to direct one’s trajectory, and to move forward in the direction of one’s ambitions. In the guide for this deck, the horse is associated with the keywords of strength, control, resilience, intuition, determination, and victory.
With the Justice card on the bottom and the Chariot overlapping it, the cards today are telling me that sometimes when you want life to be fair? You have to make it fair. That is to say, sometimes when balance is needed, it’s your own strength, courage, and resilience that directs the boat to the results you need. At these times, you don’t just need a firm hand, but a strong connection with your intuition as well, in order to make the right choices and steer things in the right direction.
This isn’t so much a reflection on my day as it is a reminder that we are not victims of fate, but rather the master of our own choices.