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Libra New Moon 2023 – Card Guidance

Published on: 13 Oct, 2023

Join us for the a spirit led journey into what it means to be sovereign


The Dark Healing Chamber

The most challenging

task is to take courage

in both hands and

journey within to meet

our own dark self

and begin the healing task

of bringing love, acceptance

and light to it.

The sacred purpose of

any enemy, within or without,

is to push us to venture inwards,

to seek and heal the darkness within.

Isis - mother of life
Tarot - The Devil





Entering the formless.

Changing of clothes.

Flaming like a sunset.

Travel of the path to nowhere.

Wisdom of the serpent.

The thread cut, no longer separated, we expand.

Stepping out of ones self.

Death, old crone, with your flaming cloak,

you take what needs to be transformed.


The Womb

Everything has an origin story.

The Womb archetype asks us to contemplate the beginning beyond the beginning, The Mother beyond The Mother.

In a world that often negates the power and necessity of feminine principles, this card returns us to the warmth, tenderness, and sacred intelligence from which we came.

It is a card of receiving, not achieving, of accepting love from The Mother of us all.

She is the life-giving force that forgives and cherishes even the most wounded and desperate soul.

No matter how lost you are, The Womb awaits your return to help you heal and grow.

This card is a call to keep things simple, to return, to be reborn in the name of love. The Womb is everywhere.

It is beyond gender, beyond time. We are within it as it is within us.

When light it is nourishment, harmony, warmth, love.

When dark it is stricken, ecological, crisis, infertility, imbalance.

The Stone - Archetypes
54 - the marrying maiden

I Ching

60 – The Way of Realism

This Gene Key and its Dilemma is all about keeping balance. The Shadow of Limitation is not the enemy; our attitude is the potential enemy. There’s an upward force in our nature, a drive to extend, evolve, stretch, reach, and fly. But there’s also a counter-force of constriction, limitation, pessimism, resignation and tightness. It’s like the darkness of space and the light of the Sun. Too much Sun and we burn, too much darkness and we shrivel. It’s all about finding balance. We can use structures, but we mustn’t fall victim to them. That’s how we find freedom. The limitation is genetic. The first layer is always your mind. How does your thinking limit your mind? Once our frequency rises through vibrations of possibilities we touch on the next layer, emotional patterns. Behind all this emotional pain, lies love. When love comes alive again in us, then we begin to crack open the final layer, the physical coding – light pours through us and that’s when the Siddhis arrive.

The Gift of Realism is about being able to take advantage of structures. It also knows that the structure is a means to an end. It sees the paradox of its position. It needs a structure but knows that all structures are ultimately doomed! All roads lead to death – that is realism! Knowing this can free us from being caught up in the structure itself. The Siddhi of Justice is not retribution; it’s a reward. It’s given as grace, not taken as punishment, and when it’s given, freedom flows from it. It isn’t a limitation, it’s an invitation, an opening. It’s not up to us to punish, life redresses the balance naturally. Our invitation is thus to let go.