The reflective power of The Moon comes out to join us and as the half-moon shines brightly in the early evening sky and the temperature drops, one has to wrap up warm in order to benefit from gazing at a reflection in the water.
However, what it can reveal, if we allow ourselves to look backwards, is hindsight. It’s always 20-20, always perfect in the sense of what we “should have done” and “could have done”. Beverley Knight’s song: “Shoulda, woulda, coulda” comes to mind here.
The egg laying in the peat-enriched water is a place for your subconscious to grow the answers your consciousness needs. The answers though, aren’t quite ready to come forth, but they may be soon. You may not even be aware that you’re pondering on certain things or tapping into your subconscious for the answers. When one can tell the other what the answers are, or if the answers are presented to you, your intuition will tell you that this is the way to go.
This is what the card is all about: It’s about using and tapping into your intuition, listening to your inner self (the part in the egg) and when circumstances are right, taking that step forward, that leap of faith.
In order to tap into your intuition, what are you doing to listen to it, to acknowledge it? Are you doing anything constructive, like pondering on the dream you woke up from at half-past two in the morning? Do you recall your dreams? Do you note them down anywhere? Or like me, do you ponder on them whilst having a mug of tea and seeing how they manifest? There are lots of ways to tap into and use your intuition, but the first step is to actually try to listen to it.
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