Today’s meditation was interrupted. The workers came to get the wall patched in my kitchen where they’d had to open it up behind the stove to dry out the inside of the wall from back when I had that water leak in the attic. They got the drywall up and plastered or… whatever it’s called. I guess they’re coming back tomorrow to paint and someone else is taking care of the bit of flooring that had to be torn up. Anyway, they interrupted, so I will need to try again tonight before bed.
Today’s draw is my current STALKER CARD. Yes, I have been being chased by the Ace of Cups for a good couple of weeks now, and it seems to be getting more and more prevalent over the last few days. Traditionally, the Ace of Cups is a representation of new beginnings, the seed of a start, the first tiny spark of life. It is about love and new relationships, and the whispering beginnings of creativity coming to life.
What speaks strongest to me in this card today is all the water. All the water… and the communion wafer (host). In Christianity, the host is seen as symbolism of spiritual nourishment that provides healing, sent by the Holy Ghost (in the form of a dove) . This speaks to me of spirituality and healing. Although I am not Christian (and never have been), that wafer and the dove that carries it still contains that symbolism of spirituality and healing for me more often than not. Interestingly enough, my focus in the card today is not on the dove, though… but instead specifically on the host.
In this instance, the water in this card also speaks to me of spirituality. It speaks to me of one’s intuition and inner sense of well-being. It is… that sense of one’s intuition and moral compass when everything is just exactly right and how it should be.
The message in today’s card is one of encouragement. It is a reminder of the growth that I am going through emotionally at this time, and how that emotional growth will connect in with my intuition… creating growth and adjustments in that area as well. This new level of emotional depth I’m learning to experience and understand will not hinder or lessen my intuitive voice. Instead, the card indicates that it will do the opposite, allowing the waters of my intuition to flow more freely as the emotional growth brings about healing and more unity between emotion and intuition.
DECK USED: MARUCO ANIMAL TAROT
#TarotForGrowthMay Challenge Prompt
Question: What does my body want me to know at this time?
Reading Summary: I’m not taking very good care of my physical body right now (Three of Swords) and I need to get back on the horse (Prince of Swords) so that it can feel renewed physically, which will also help me in feeling renewed internally as well.
Take Away: What is there more to say that isn’t said above? When you feel good physically, you feel good emotionally and mentally too. When you treat your body like crap, it starts to drag on your mental and emotional health. My body is telling me that it feels neglected… and I need to get back on the ball.
DECK USED: SUN AND MOON TAROT
#DiscordTarotholicsMay2020 Challenge Prompt
Question: Philosophical Question – Do I think that everyone’s life is of equal value?
Reading Summary: Yes (Ace of Cups), but there are always going to be consequences (Five of Wands) to ones actions (Four of Coins Rx). Honestly, the consequences could easily be the Four of Coins and the actions the Five of Wands. Either order, it’s pretty much saying the same thing in this instance.
Take Away: The Ace of Cups indicates that the answer is ultimately yes. Everyone’s life is of equal value, because it’s not about what you do or don’t do or what you contribute to the world or don’t. It’s about love. Everyone deserves love… with love comes equality among men. So yes. The two cards with it, though, speak of actions and consequences. A life is a life, but if you squander what you have and lose that life as a consequence, it means that you didn’t value it. Not that it isn’t of value… but that you’ve chosen to squander that value instead of cherishing it and preserving it.
DECK USED: THE MYSTICAL CREATURES TAROT
Question: How can I overcome the fear that my new ‘normal’ will bring?
Reading Summary: Reevaluation (Four of Feathers) of responsibilities (Queen of Rocks). Torch the old plan (The Tower) and start anew in the ashes (The Fool).
Take Away: The Fool has a strength all his own in the innocence and enthusiasm he represents. It is not seasoned and hard and jaded, but is bright and fresh, bursting with curiosity and eager enthusiasm. Use that.
This is another encouragement to make sure I’m not falling back into old habits as things start to return to some semblance of “normal” again. It speaks of the need to reevaluate my habits and how I handle my responsibilities, and find a new way of structuring these things that will allow for more room, more enthusiasm, and more enjoyment.
DECK USED: TAROT FAUNA
#ConnectWithYourDeckChallenge by E Roebuck-Jones
Question: How can I manage my fear of being alone?
Reading Summary: Remember that even when things are changing (Death), you still possess that core inner strength (Strength) that makes you who you are (The Hierophant)… which includes being an anchor for others that enjoy your company and look up to you (Hierophant under the Three of Cups).
Take Away: The reminder in this cards about being who I am and that strength that I possess is a reminder that I will never be alone. Although I do not draw people like bees to honey as some do, I have a charm all my own that pulls in those that can appreciate those things that make me unique in my own way.
DECK USED: THE FOUNTAIN TAROT