Thursday, July 2, 2009

High Priestess

http://www.ata-tarot.com/resource/cards/ defines the High Priestess this way: "...arguably the most difficult of the Major Arcana to qualify with words alone, because so much of her power and ability is veiled in mystery..." and, "She is, above all else, the base of potential that is the source of the power wielded by the Magician. She is the unlimited potential that allows him to transform and create whatever his Will desires. Understanding this type of balance, as found between potential and creation, masculine and feminine, is the key to unlocking some of the mysteries of the High Priestess. We see the clear progression of the theme of balance; instead of integrating opposites, the Priestess keeps them separate and keeps them in balance nonetheles. She herself is the scales; this symbolism is found in many Tarot decks. Without this balance there can be no power."

Here's a link to a free one-card reading site: http://www.spiritualguidancetarot.com/freetarotreading.html Their interpretation of the card says: "Take time for meditation and reflection. In the stillness our answers often make their way to us. If your mind is too busy with its chatter you cannot hear this silent wisdom. Be still and listen to your intuition/higher power at this time. "

So, for me, today I'm analyzing the work I've done so far on the WIP (Work in Progress) and make sure I'm accomplishing what I'm aiming for.

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