Late last night I was watching a British movie. The lead male character said “I have learned to want something for a very long time”.
The words struck a cord with me for I too have wanted something for a very long time. I immediately had a vision in my mind of the Temperance tarot card. It’s a major arcana card (major theme) and essentially represents patience.
I dug out my tarot deck and placed the Temperance card face down over my third eye to “dialogue” with her ( a trick I teach my students in my intuitive development classes).
She spoke to me about “patience over panic” which is funnily enough a saying some One used to say to me. Temperance/Patience said to me “in moments where there is anxiety or great stress, remain calm. You are a person who has mastered the art of not letting things get to you, and this allows you to achieve much progress in all areas you seek out to explore”.
In traditional interpretations, Temperance card implies that you have a clear vision and know what you want to achieve. This is an indication of higher learning, which is a critical attribute in the journey of life. It reflects that you have found peace with what you are doing and everything is unfolding as it ought to.
Temperance may also indicate a time to evaluate and re-examine the priorities you have chosen. It can also be a messenger of requiring more firm boundaries saying no to people or situations that take you off of your path. These distractions are not part of the Universe’s plan but rather a test to see how much do you desire the thing you want. Saying no can be as important as saying yes.
Distractions cause delays and delays can prevent you from opportunities that the universe has lined UP for you. You need to commit and focus on things/people/situations that are in alignment with what you desire.
The full moon in Gemini (the twins) is up on tap on Sunday and the winter solstice is on tap next Tuesday.
We’re at the tail end of a powerful astrological Push Forward where the (im)possible becomes possible.
Join me on Monday for an late full moon/early solstice one two punch Winter Solstice Ceremony With Jennifer Clark.