Tarot Message of the Day:
Have you been consistently releasing your inner struggles as you experience spiritual growth while evolving your personality?
In the companion book of The Goddess Tarot, author Kris Waldherr describes the card “Five of Staves” as follows:
In a dream, the woman sees five conflicting aspects of herself, each one a warrior armed with a stave. They use these [staves] to fight amongst themselves in a broiling hot desert landscape. The intense sun rays of the sun heats everyone’s tempers, making it all the more difficult to distinguish what the fight is really about – after all, aren’t they on the same team? When she finally wakes, the woman feels frustrated by her limitations. She wonders what to do but feels too proud to ask for assistance.
When “Five of Staves” appears in a tarot reading, it may suggest your current feelings of worry, doubt and discord could probably be caused by a series of fateful life events that have reminded you of the lesser feelings of insecurity, fear, disempowerment, and unworthiness.
If you’ve been confining yourself in scarcity thoughts and self-defeating patterns, this card “Five of Staves” could be here to suggest you to take a moment to acknowledge the current process of change that you are undergoing and give yourself the full permission to awaken your personal power to embrace the bigger vision of who you are evolving to become.
Consider calming your emotions and relaxing your mind. “Five of Staves” could be here to suggest you to collect all the energies that you’ve scattered while deliberately choosing to honor every part of your personality as equal, sacred, wise, and beautiful.
If you feel you are now ready to break through any patterns of old, self-defeating thought and behavior, “Five of Staves” could be here to ask you to unify every part of your personality and take the time to go inward to connect and feel the new strength that you now have as the powerful being that regards oneness as the new motto to live, to love and to thrive.
I sincerely wish you all the very best.
Illustration from the Goddess Tarot deck reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright © 1998 by Kris Waldherr. Further reproduction prohibited.
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