1) How have I grown since the new moon? The World
2) What can I release in order to embrace what’s next? The Hierophant
3) What tools or qualities will I need to do this? Four of Cups
4) What will I learn, or become, as a result? Six of Pentacles
Since the new moon on February 11, there has been a call to connect with the spirit of the World. Things may be tense and uncomfortable right now, but it has become apparent that over-worrying is futile. Instead, we have been called to find moments to connect with what grounds us, what inspires us, what makes us feel whole. This can be challenging, but the alternative has left us feeling drained and disconnected. We must gravitate toward what fills us up.
During this full moon, we can release the Hierophant. Many of us are feeling the constrictions of institutions and authority. It has been frustrating to feel so disempowered, so unheard. Perhaps the answer is to break free where we can. To find connection with those who want change, who want to build a better world. It may also be helpful to cleanse ourselves of our own limiting beliefs about our agency and power.
In order to release this, we can look to the Four of Cups and really examine the heart of our discontent. Can this frustration be transformed into creative energy? Can this apathy turn to boundary-setting and breaking of tradition? Can we move from helplessness to articulating our visions? This anger with our current situations is valid, but should be investigated so that it can be transformed.
As a result, we can enjoy the spirit of the Six of Pentacles. Surrounded by a supportive community, we can experience the beautiful gifts of mutual generosity and kinship. We can harness our discontent and anger and use it to inspire us to make bold changes that feel more aligned with our beliefs. There is no need to wait for the powers that be to give permission. This is a transformation that is too personal and precious, too potent to be held back any longer.