Noticing a trend? We’re still damn watery, in today with the Queen of Cups. She’s less passive than the High Priestess, but could well be her sister. She is loving, emotional and intuitive. While I tend to think of the Queen of Pentacles as being always the practical mother, shoving a plate in front anybody who slows down a minute, there’s no denying the Queen of Cups is maternal. She tends easiest to the emotional needs of her brood rather than physical needs, though. In fact, she sometimes shows up to suggest therapy. Queens tend to be focused inward, or at least caring for their small circle, so she may well be privy to intimate emotional concerns of those close to her. She’s the ultimate confidante.
Utilize your loving, empathetic skills today. Care for others and listen for the emotion that saturates the words.
Speaking of saturation, that’s a good word for this queen! But don’t overindulge. If you feel overly “absorbent,” schedule yourself some quiet time to process. If the feelings threaten to overwhelm, cry, journal or exercise to sweat them out. One cannot be the emotional “designated driver” for loved ones if they’ve drunk too much of the wine themselves. Sober up first to avoid nasty consequences.
Are you in tune with the Queen of Cups?
|Cosmic Tarot Deck |
by Norbert Losche
Schedule a session with Dixie.
HAHA Are you kidding me?!? Wasn’t this me all day yesterday when we spoke. This is really cracking me up woman, like all these cards are just for me.
And YES I can be the Emotional Designated Driver for my ENTIRE family. Even yesterday I whined about how hubby didn’t respond to a situation the way I thought he should have. The thing is I should NOT have been driving that vehicle, I’d consumed WAY too much myself.
I need to sober up and stay that way while we deal with the current issue. THANKS FOR THE ADVICE HON
Word, Dixie. I’ve been totally flipping out the last few days. Too much going on. I have to walk away from all media for short periods of time because I’m just pissed off at most of it. Then I get to deal with home/dixiblog/domains/afoolsjourney.com/public_html, yanno? And home/dixiblog/domains/afoolsjourney.com/public_html includes the man I married, who has sold his soul to the bottle, so BAM for your example of being drunk. That pisses me off too, at times. But tomorrow he sees his therapist, and Friday — he gets Antabuse, since none of the other meds they’ve tried have done a damned thing.
I’m thinking a reading is in order pretty damned soon. Today is our payday – you are probably gonna hear from me in the next few days for it. I’m swamped!
Wow, what a good metaphor Dixie!! That is the kind that will hang out in the back of my mind urging me to take a shower and rinse out that spongy aura of mine.
Thanks for the kind words, folks. Glad this spoke to you.