Today’s card isn’t an easy one. For one, it has a keyword that is a real trigger word for me. For two, I don’t really love decks that include keywords. In my opinion, they are limiting. They confine you to one thought or idea.
Unless you are like me and just leap off the cliff every time letting your intuition carry you.
Here we see a woman kneeling in the desert. A vulture hovers over her head. She is not sharing her water with that bird nor with the snake who coils up and around her arm. It’s all for her.
Sometimes I have these twinges of jealousy. I see another Tarot professional using a spread like one of mine. I see someone saying “Seek Joy” without the y’all and I want to fuss, “HEY! Say it right. That’s MINE.”
But it’s not, is it? The concept of seeking joy is as old as time itself. It is far larger than me.
So when I feel those twinges of jealousy, it might be better for me to think, “YAY! Someone else is on the joy hunt with me. The more the merrier!”
Jealous can ruin relationships. How many of us can raise our hand when asked if we’ve ever lost someone due to a jealous nature–theirs or ours.
So maybe the next time that ol’ green eyed monster starts nibbling on your ass, you can turn that around.
Just because my partner looks at other women, doesn’t mean I’m not enough.
Just because my colleague books a huge speaking date, doesn’t mean I won’t.
Just because a fellow author hits the NYTimes best seller list, doesn’t mean I can’t.
Stop letting jealous get in your way. We use it as a reason to stop doing what we love.
Well, if so-and-so is taking ALLLLL the speaking engagements, I’ll just go sulk.
Yeah, that’s useful. Right?
So let this Seven of Cups from the Daughters of the Moon Tarot by Ffiona Morgan et al remind us that we get further by sharing our resources. We empower ourselves when we celebrate the successes of others–sincerely. We grow when we stop seeing one another as threats to our happiness.
Seven of Cups, Daughters of the Moon, 1991
Seek joy, y’all! Pass it on!
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