On Monday is the new moon, and like all new moons and full moons, I did a spread aligned to the moon’s current themes as a part of my recognition of the moon’s cycle and influences upon us. Today’s spread is about the medicine within, and brought to you by Ethony‘s Tarot by the Moon series.
How can I detach from any lingering issues or energies from the past?
The Hunter – Remember that what is going to work for others is not necessarily going to work for you, and that’s okay. You are unique, and that’s okay. Give yourself permission to be different and don’t worry all that much (or at all) about the judgements of others, either from your past or in your present.
How can I be more of a spiritual rebel?
The Sailor – Make sure as you shift perspective you are seeking healthy choices moving forward. You seek ways to connect with Amalthea. Look for options that both satiate and inspire. Allow yourself to explore options and find what fits and feels right.
How can I be more impactful with my vision?
The Walker and The Champion – The project you are working on in your home is heavy with change. Look forward and let your enthusiasm shine for the transition to come. Make sure that you finish the job, though. Don’t pause half way through and end up distracted, or it will all fall apart like a house of cards.
Where in my life can I have more fun?
The Poet and The Forgotten – Be yourself. This is an odd response, as you are so very often yourself on so many levels, and yet these cards resoundingly speak of being yourself. Set aside masks and fear of rejection or being hurt, and be yourself. Those that are worth keeping in your social circle crave the true you and will not reject you for loosening up and letting your inner self free.
What can I do to support my visions and goals?
The Summoner – Own your mistakes and learn from them. Connect with others to garner their help, but remember that in doing so you also need to learn to better communicate and associate with them. They aren’t tools, they’re people. Treat them as such. (Bake a raspberry cake for the neighbor to say thank you.)