“How often it is that the angry man rages denial of what his inner self is telling him.” Frank Herbert
Ahhhh. The fellow here from the Seven of Cups is getting ready to walk right into the Tower’s thunderbolt, huh? The signs of trouble are clearly and unequivocally before him, but he’s eyeing all those Cups…options he’d much prefer to believe.
I usually think of the Tower as representing the inevitable destruction of what’s built on questionable foundation. There’s an element of denial always present. Here teamed with the Seven of Cups, I’d say the distraction is based on seeing exactly what you want to see. You’re complicit in the avoidance.
Ouch, huh? Been there, done that, have the scars from the fallout that followed.
Pay attention! Don’t ignore what you don’t want to see, nor allow yourself to be fooled with pretty-sounding lies. Your inner self knows the truth, so don’t turn up the radio to drown it out. While it may well be uncomfortable, it’s far more comfortable than stumbling along until you get hit by lightening!
Have you been looking the other way?
|The Transparent Tarot |
by Emily Carding
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