The Moon – 2 of Coins – 7 of Cups
This moon card reminds me of the subconscious and our hidden depths. The lobster is starting to crawl out of the primal pool representing our emotions. The moon is facing away, seemingly unaware of what is occurring beneath her. The two dogs remind me of animal instincts. There is a large amount of stuff rising out of my emotional depths which seems to come and go in cycles – rather like the moon waxes and wanes. Sometimes it feels out of my control and I can only fall back on my instinctual, habitual behaviour – howling at the moon. It also relates to dreams and how these can provide valuable insight. I’ve been experiencing very vivid and deep dreams in the last few weeks which I’ve felt have been bringing things out of my subconscious.
The 2 of Coins visually links with the Moon. The top coin takes the place of the Moon and the bottom one takes the place of the lobster. The two dogs are replaced by flowers. This card represents cooperation, bringing things together so that they work in harmony.
The 7 of Cups suggests that I may receive flashes of inspiration – however these may pass quickly and I should note them when they occur. The way the leaves curl round one cup suggests that one idea in particular is worth pursuing. The 2 of Coins as the central card suggests that my dreams are beneficial at the moment. There is a cooperation between my conscious and unconscious to bring valuable insight to light.
I Proverbi Figurati for today gives me: pazzo e colui, che va a piedi per commodo del cavallo.
Or crazy is the man who walks for the sake of the comfort of his horse.
This seems like a message concerning taking on burdens which are not your own. How many times do we take on something which inconveniences us but which eases the load for someone else! Often that person may well be better equipped than we are to do the job.