The Super Flower Moon in Scorpio that we just experienced has made us go very deep inside our own emotions. Scorpio is a sign of deep and unforgiving introspection, sometimes to the point of torturing ourselves with 'what ifs' and 'if onlys'. We need to recognize the difference between introspection that leads to great self-discovery and a negative self-view that leads to self-sabotage and destruction. Destruction can be positive, but only if it is for the purpose of releasing the negative to welcome in the positive. Scorpio is also the sign of reinvention and rebirth. By digging deep we can rise up from the ashes of our own self-destruction and create a new and better vision for ourselves. We are now being asked to let go, and allow this beneficial releasing to happen, in order to welcome in the raising of vibration and consciousness that is now occurring.
Although the Green Tara card pictured in this reading is specifically showing the Buddhist goddess, I was drawn to look up other meanings for Tara and came across what I believe I am supposed to convey in this post. Tara means sanctuary or sacred space. The emerald green of the crowning and and the grounding cards of this reading talk about looking within your heart space to find the sanctuary that is within waiting to open to full blossom. You must recognize that you in fact are good enough all on your own. You are good enough to construct the beautiful sanctuary that you have been longing for if you just shift your perspective ever so slightly. The Divine is here to help you, to offer love and support if you are willing to pay attention. The Divine wants to help you move beyond your limitations and negative beliefs into a space that is healing and self-empowering. The only thing standing in your way is you. Surrender now and accept the help, the sanctuary, that is on offer. Here you can find solace and be renewed before the uplift takes flight.
Oracle Card Credits:
* Moonology by Yasmin Boland
* Keepers of the Light by Kyle Gray