Tarot Card for the Day ~ September 17

Two of Cups

Tristram & Isolt

 Good card for a Thursday.  [It is a Thursday, right?] 

And, once again, my interpretation of the card varies some from the norm. This should no longer surprise anybody.

So, a typical reader would respond to this card by suggesting things like friendship, affinity, concord, union, even love.   Some might say it bespeaks a complementary match, or a solid relationship.

Even Anna-Marie Ferguson, creator of the Legend deck, finds things like the beginning of a trusted partnership, rapport and the forming of strong emotional bonds.

Eeven I’m not idiot enough to fight with that, or toe want to. So especially if any of those interpretations resonate with you – in terms of what you’re seeking lately or in terms of what the Universe seems to be offering today – honor it.  Seek it.  Go after it full tilt. 

But when this card has turned up for many clients, the intuitive information that almost always pops out of my mouth is,

“Look:

Some amazing (or beautiful or tremendously healing or whatever) NEW ENERGY(or opportunity or person or position or vision) is trying to come into your life.

It will, if you let it, sweep you off in a wonderful, beautiful, incredibly positive NEW DIRECTION. 

LET IT! ” 

So:

Be there! Be open!  Reach out for the ☼☼☼NEW☼☼☼ that is coming into your life!  Let yourself be available to receive and pursue it.  NOW!!!! 

Bright blessings and beautiful new directions!

Quote for the Day:  Writing is easy. You only need to stare at a blank piece of paper until your forehead bleeds.  ~ Douglas Adams

Today’s Weather: Throbbing gristle.  Carry a tuna melt or some quinoa salad with raisins.

On This Date: 1630 – Boston is founded. [No, dude.  The CITY!]

And: The fourth day of the Eleusinian Mysteries in ancient Greek mythology.  These were initiation ceremonies held every year for the cult of Demeter and Persephone based at Eleusis in ancient Greece. Of all the mysteries celebrated in ancient times, these were held to be the ones of greatest importance. These myths and mysteries, begun in the Mycenean period (c. 1600 BC) and lasting two thousand years, were a major festival.

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2 Responses to “Tarot Card for the Day ~ September 17”

  1. Donna Allen Says:

    Your message brought to mind some of what I experienced in my morning meditation yesterday. I was in a healing temple in Ancient Greece with Tabby. Nice in itself. But then the temple was filled with hundreds of beautiful, flittering butterflies. Those faded…and the floor became covered with slithering snakes. Following those images were scores of dragonflies. ( Talk about a message of upcoming transformation for which I am grateful.)

    “I Am open to the new coming into my life –new direction, new opportunities, new ways of seeing myself and the world….”

    Thank you, Neal!

    ~ ~ Blessings, Donna P.S. I sure hope your forehead doesn’t bleed when you sit to write.

  2. shamanspath Says:

    Thanks, Donna!

    Forehead? Nah, I pull most of my writing out of my… Oops! There’s the phone.

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