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Capricorn Full Moon 2024 – Card Guidance – part two

Published on: 9 Jul, 2024

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Temple of Carnelian

It is time to trust

in your own boldness and courage.

Taking risks that feel true to your heart

and engaging in practices

that make you feel truly

and genuinely alive,


and more of yourself,

even if not always comfortable,

are going to help you

live the life you were born to live.

Temple of Carnelian Isis
10 of cups Tarot


Ten of Cups


The ocean.

The water that contains all and gives birth to everything.

To springs, rivers, waves, depths and tears.

You have accepted all the facets of your emotions.

The ocean has welcomed you, held you, absorbed you, thrown you around, gently rocked you,

washed you up onto the shore, and pulled you back.

It has immersed you in hidden chasms and shown you the richness of your emotions.

The ocean has engulfed you, cooled, and warmed you.

It has been your mirror and quenched your thirst.



The Self

The Self is the prism that allows the spectrum of our personalities to radiate.

It does not judge, prohibit, suppress, oppress any of its parts, as it lovingly knows that all aspects have a time and a place, and leads us to experience the full breadth of life’s offerings.

The Self is the central abiding container, the awareness of the infinite universe of possibilities.

When this card appears, it’s a call to step back into witness consciousness, to observe yourself navigating the world. Ask yourself, “am I the stew, or am I the chef?”

In most situations our ego draws us into the cauldron where we swirl, spin, and smoulder in chaos.

Yet The Self is a graceful culinary dancer, watching, waiting, observing as the spectrum of ingredients become the flavour of our life. Look in The Mirror for thirty seconds or more.

Attempt to see the you behind the you. When light it is witnessing, accepting new aspects of self. When dark it is disjointed, fatigued, diffused energy and purpose.

The self archetypes
The way of depth - 48

I Ching

The Way of Resourcefulness – 48

This hexagram is called The Well, and combines the trigrams K’an and Sun, water and wind. Wisdom is rooted in not-knowing. As a shadow pattern, not-knowing is experienced as inadequacy, the belief that one can’t cope or the fear that one may fail or falter. This is a deep fear that we experience when facing the unknown. The fear of annihilation. Our life will bring us this fear if we have the courage to face it, and face it we must. This hexagram consists of two trigrams – abysmal and gentle. Go gently into the abyss. The abyss will treat us with gentleness. We have learned tension and unlearned gentleness. To choose to believe we’re inadequate is to allow ourself to become a victim of our fear of the unknown. We find a lot of beauty once we transmute our fear, and we will gain the gift of resourcefulness to connect others with their own depth or helping them find whatever’s missing from their lives, whatever brings them into balance. The gift is in what we don’t know. We alone are defined by our willingness to approach the unknown with confidence, openness, and a sense of adventure. From this open space we’ll become the field through which knowing arises, of its own accord. This hexagram is the deepest. It’s the most yin along with the 2nd. Here we find the true place of the Goddess, the unknown, the unknowable, the eternally abundant, infinitely unpredictable – the mystery of mysteries. This is all woman, the wind and the water. Surrendered and accepting of everything, passionate and on fire with the greatest power being in stillness. Wisdom comes from not-knowing, from innocence. It requires deep unlearning of knowledge. Wisdom is the only thing in the universe that will survive the end of the universe.