Welcome back ladies and gentlefolk! It’s Tarot time!
This months tarot was The Moon. One of the Major Arcana and the opposite to The Sun. These main cards tend to represent situations and experiences and have specific meaning to them. If you pick one of these, it will be very likely to resonate with you and speak to you directly. But what does it mean??
Keywords – Illusion, Fear, Anxiety
“The Moon is a card of illusion and deception, and therefore often suggests a time when something is not as it appears to be. Perhaps a misunderstanding on your part, or a truth you cannot admit to yourself.” – Biddy Tarot
As the description suggests, the Moon Tarot is associated with fear, anxiety, intuition and difficult times. It usually presents itself in times of uncertainty and confusion. You may be projecting your fears into your present and future, or maybe even buried some of your memories or feelings. Those feelings could now be coming back to the surface and it’s time to deal with them. You have to align your conscious and subconscious to restore the balance and let your intuition guide you.
This rings all too true for October. My husband had a scan and they saw “activity”. The consultant didn’t say much else… only that the results would need to be reviewed by specialists at a meeting the following week and all we could do was wait. Again.
Immediately, I assumed the worst. I was harrowed at the thought that this wasn’t over. It was devastated that the prospect that the big ‘C’ was back. I tried my absolute hardest to put it to the back of my mind… “it’s not a problem until it’s a problem” as my brother said. But it was hard for me to do. I was scared, anxious, restless, tired and overwhelmed. Sick with worry. Everything the card suggests. It was a tsunami of negative emotions and I was getting swallowed up by it.
After a week of waiting…
We were eventually told that what they saw was too small to determine and it was a case of wait and see. The activity is in his groin, an area he had never had it before so it doesn’t make sense to populate there. They also said it may just be activity where the body was fighting the shingles virus, symptoms of which he had around the same time as the scan itself. So even though we weren’t in the clear, it was still hopeful news and took the weight off me. I could relax somewhat. Now I feel like I’ve “returned to normal” and have all but forgotten about it… as much as I can anyway… Back in balance and to my usual self.
Sounds like it was right on the money to me. What do you guys think?
Until next time ♡