Lets go back to basics to welcome back XIX The Sun, even though we’ve looked at it before.
Those of you who’ve learned through Tarot . . . It’s Easier Than You Think can see that XIX The Sun has a keyword of “self-actualisation”.
Who are you, actually? There’s who your friends think you are, who your kids think you are, who your boss thinks you are . . . . And who do you think you are? (Only get rid of the accusatory tone that usually goes with that question.)
You also know that the Majors are indicators of circumstances that will make deep changes in you, if you let them.
Does that make you fearful that big horrible things will happen that show you up to be exactly the person you didn’t want to be?
Not. Gonna. Happen.
Look at the lovely image from The Enchanted Tarot. What do you see there that’s big and horrible and repulsive?
Mostly we’ve got that big happy smiling sun face. What does that say to you?
And the sun’s rays are shining down on two birds. What does it look like they’re doing? How are they getting along with each other? And with all those flowers around them, does it look like they’ve got enough to eat, and enough to sing about?
So we can dispense with that fear of seeing ourselves as we don’t want to be seen, can’t we?
What if people saw you for the good things you are? And that means you, too: what if you saw yourself in a positive light? Like the smiling sunlight?
If you’re an element of XIX The Sun, which element are you? Which part of the image do you relate to most?
With all the information you’ve gathered from your knowledge of keynote and the Majors, along with your examination of the image on the card, what do you guess is coming up in the week ahead?
Enjoy your XIX The Sun-filled week!
If you’re having trouble bringing your true self to light, you know where to reach me for help.