Un point ce matin, un éclairage à apporter sur le chemin qui va se dérouler sous mes pas. Et pour tenir la torche, The Goddess Tarot, de Kriss Waldherr. Pour savoir quelle est ma voie.

Card 1 symbolizes the past


The suit of swords is associated with Isis, the Egyptian fertility goddess. Swords symbolize the incisive forces of the intellect; they cut through to refocus the energy grown in the preceding suit of staves. Swords also symbolize the magical ability to transform painful situations into areas of personal growth. The story of Isis and her consort Osiris illustrates this principle beautifully. Because of Osiris’s tragic death, Isis was able to give birth to their son Horus, the most powerful of the Egyptian gods. Like Isis, we can choose how to use our swords. We can turn them against ourselves when we are in pain. Or we can transform the situation through knowledge and understanding.

MEANING:
Pure understanding and wisdom. The ability to wield your “sword” wisely. Knowing the difference between right and wrong. Truth. Beginning of a cycle of intellectual growth.

Card 2 represents the present


The suit of pentacles is associated with Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity. Pentacles, as gold and shiny as the sparkling jewels Lakshmi is so fond of, symbolize the riches contained within the earth. The suit of pentacles can be thought of as the grand harvest that arrives after we master the lessons of the previous three suits. Pentacles tell the story of the bounty of the earth—so often symbolized in many cultures as a generous earth goddess. Lakshmi, the Hindu personification of this fertile, prosperous, and distinctly feminine force, is honored to this day for these very qualities.

MEANING:
Constructive and pragmatic building. The ability to transform talents into material goods or business success. Cooperating with others to create such a venture.

Card 3 suggests the future


GODDESS:
Estsanatlehi
This benevolent Navajo corn goddess symbolizes the ever-changing, ever-fertile earth. Like the earth itself, Estsanatlehi appears as a young maiden for the spring and summer months; as the wheel of the year changes to fall and winter, she changes in age to a crone.

MEANING:
Feelings of fertility and abundance. A new marriage or special relationship which celebrates one’s growth as a woman. Creativity which manifests as physical product, whether that be children, artistic endeavors, or wealth.

Card 4 suggests an overview


The suit of pentacles is associated with Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity. Pentacles, as gold and shiny as the sparkling jewels Lakshmi is so fond of, symbolize the riches contained within the earth. The suit of pentacles can be thought of as the grand harvest that arrives after we master the lessons of the previous three suits. Pentacles tell the story of the bounty of the earth—so often symbolized in many cultures as a generous earth goddess. Lakshmi, the Hindu personification of this fertile, prosperous, and distinctly feminine force, is honored to this day for these very qualities.

MEANING:
Expectations of reward. Waiting for a harvest, be that a creative project, money, personal relationship, or any venture that time and work is invested in. Nurturing others.

Chouette tirage pour aborder le week-end 🙂

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