When we make it and someone we care for does not, it’s hard. The why question shows up. It’s like we want to adopt conditional omnipotence as weapon against ourselves.
“I should have known,” so often the refrain.
When you get to an Eight of Cups place, it’s well beyond the “should-have-knowns.” While looking to learn whatever lessons lurk in transition is always a solid idea, feeling bad about yourself because you’ve decided to evolve beyond a zombie-laden past is NOT great idea. It may lead you to linger, and we all know what happens to one’s brain when they linger too long about a whole lot of zombies!
The Eight of Cups tells us there is something to be left behind. We’re leaving, and it’s emotional.
Now, I’m not saying you must walk out on your spouse or job or family. Whatever emotional attachment is now being severed might well be entirely in your head! Regardless, though, there’s likely something to be left now.
Why, you may even be leaving behind you the idea that it’s within your abilities (or rights) to make sure everybody else is safe. I don’t know. I’ll leave that to you to ponder.
I just know this is a card of letting go.
Are you letting go?
Curious as to what Dixie can do for you? Find out!