Upside down cups always makes me think of emotions spilling out or being emptied. This morning, after an evening of full moon ritual, I do feel more empty — in a good way. In a way that says YOU ARE RELEASED. #dailydraw #aceofcupsreversed #tarot #tarotcards #tarotdailydraw #maattarot #dailymeditation #newage #pagan #paganism #spiritualjourney #queentiyetarot #qttdailydraw
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Today is one of those days where I feel as if something profound has happened and no one else knows it. The last time I felt this way I was pregnant, and I think there is something very pregnant about me lately. The creativity within is growing every day that I focus more on my spirituality through Tarot.
Every day on this journey feels more genuine and intuitive — and it’s only been a week and a half.
We all just want to be our most recognizable and independent Self without disconnecting from the collective. That takes balancing: filling up and pouring out.
We have emotional waste we pour out at our feet or into the hands and hearts of others. It waterlogs the spirit. It floods the earth, fogs the air, and dampens the creative fire.
This is why we avoid those strong, swampy emotions. We’re all afraid of drowning.
But there’s another way. Take it from me, a piscean Queen of Cups. I live and breathe water.
How do we hold back the flood?
We don’t. We have to channel water. We have to redirect it with dams. We have to build reservoirs to hold its space and watermills to harness its energy.
We have to learn how to float, to swim, to watch the skies, and when we get the chance again, we have to expose our emotional waterways to the Sun.
We are bodies of water.