Today’s card is the Ace of Coins from the Margarete Petersen Tarot. In the center of the card, a snake is spiraling herself around a tiny seed. She feels protective because she knows how much potential this seed holds. It feels like she is waiting for the right moment to hand to over to me but first, she wants me to find out what it is I need it for. Honestly, I don’t know yet but I do know it holds the promise of abundance and growth of everything tangible in this world. Maybe I could plant it before I knew what it is I really want/need. This could be considered as a sign of trust. I wondered if she would give it to me under these conditions and then she pulled back…..
So I asked my deck what to do next with this little seed and I got the Two of Flames. This card is affirming to me that we don’t need to know the outcome before we can plant our seed. We only have to give is warmth and love. We have to father and mother it. Sometimes it needs more active energy to grow and sometimes we have to let it rest. Both energies, passive and active are equally important for our seed to awaken and sprout. In the meantime, we can cherish this germinating period to ponder what wonderful gift we are about to receive.
What a great reading. I often want to know all the facts and "how tos" before I commit to anything, but the truth is that no one knows - there are just too many variables.ReplyDelete
Yes we do have to practice patience and trust in matters like this :)Delete
Brilliant post. Echos mine today, but said so much better.ReplyDelete
Don't sell yourself short my dear. I admire how you are always able to wrap up your thoughts in such a concise way!Delete
I really like this deck you are working with and all the misty swirling colors. One could get lost in them and yet you find your way through and give us a good feeling for the cards.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Carolyn!! Getting lost in them describes exactly how I feek when I think about what my daily draw means to me. Luckily the guidebook is phenomenalDelete
I agree with the comments above. You work so well with this deck offering fresh and original insights on the art work. I imagine you could go on mining its rich seams for years :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Laylah! This is indeed one of those decks which will continue to surprise meDelete
Very creatiive postReplyDelete