Could the message be any clearer for Thanksgiving?
(To those of you not in the US: this is the day when we gather all our friends and family and feast till we burst, giving thanks for everything we love in our lives. Alternative celebrations include honouring the spirit of competition through football – not soccer – games or family knockdowns to settle old scores.)
Remember, 9 of Cups is all about sharing the happy. It offers you the possibility of keeping your mind and emotions balanced.
How do you do that when you’ve got family or friends who are even more peculiar than anyone Dali might have dreamed up?
What if you’ve got the Queen of Wands, the Queen of Swords and the Knight of Pentacles at your table? Who’s going to keep the sharp-tongued Queen of Swords from biting off the drama Queen of Wands’ head?
What do you do to stay in your happy place? How do you keep focused on your purpose for this day? (Yes, I know: sometimes it seems easier to go with the competition purpose – we’re in the Big Happy Share of 9 of Cups, though.)
9 of Cups calls us to stay connected, both to our deepest bliss and to the world around us. It’s just the beginning of the celebration!
Keep your happiness in mind and create it in the world around you!