There is space between the planting of the seed and the flowering of the bush, between the birth of an idea and it’s actualization, between dusk and dawn, between learning and demonstration. It is within these gray areas that the Magician is at work. Potential is space: space taken, space expanding, space existing. Allowing oneself to claim the space necessary to evolution is the mission of the Divine within. The Magician arrives just after the Fool has taken first steps. Mag
In the Mother Tarot deck, the Sun is the ultimate fire card, and thusly related to athame/sword energy. Represented by both egg and sperm, it constitutes massively compatible energies that smite the dark night.
Many stars were born into an ever-expanding universe that includes our Sun. Sometimes feeling like a small fish in a big pond can bring feelings of contentment, peace, and acceptance. This card represents having learned enough to know that you have much, much more t
The Five of Wands in the Mother Tarot refers to mental health struggles. These might be struggles with integrity and/or vulnerability, or they could be the result of a physical chemical imbalance—likely both. The tragic results of mental illness are heavy real-life consequences. Someone with a broken leg, for example, poses a clear opportunity to mend, whereas someone with postpartum depression, for example, might present an array of behaviors that slip sneakily into their da
The Temperance card in the Mother Tarot Deck is about growing up, in a sense. It follows Death, and springs from gentle hope. Delayed gratification, moderation, self-control, and honest work are brought to mind. Slow and steady win due to sustainability. With help and faith, seeds grow to give fruit.
This night scene is indicative of the dream world, for much of our ability to integrate new knowledge and envision new offerings is accomplished during sleep. Rest, nourish
The Queen of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck is Spirit, manifest in the form of the heart, which miraculously chooses to beat (or not to beat). No cup can contain this Queen, however her essence may be pumped in connection with her world, rhythm of the Divine as her guide.
This card beckons the Universe’s unending wellspring of available love. Bring to mind the saying that when one door closes, another opens. This must be true for the heart to survive. When the heart is b
The Three of Wands in the Mother Tarot Deck refers to sustainability by way of recycled/repurposed resources and energy. This card encourages self care in the form of small transforming shifts, whether it’s nourishment, a night of sleep, creative output, and/or healthy release. Make a shift when this card lands, using its position as a deeper prompt. In reference to relationships, this card may indicate the arrival of friends, or the addition of new coven members. It may also
The Devil in the Mother Tarot Deck knows you well, and it’s likely you know it well, too. The Devil, like God, is in the details. It’s built into our DNA and cellular makeup, waiting to be switched on with the slightest trigger. It is the forgotten and unforgotten trauma of this and past lives. It’s a tripwire for those who’ve taken no or little time to evaluate their own destructive tendencies; their programmed abusiveness or attraction to abuse; their attraction to danger.
The Three of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck portrays the essence of togetherness, fun, play, and happiness on an everyday scale. This card also serves as a reminder that love abundance is as much a mindset as it is happenstance. These three mer-beings represent any number of harmonious relationship connections. Aunties, uncles, parents, family friends, friendships, spouses, boyfriends, they-friends, girlfriends, adopted family, daughters, sons, nieces, nephews, grandparents, t
The Eight of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck asks: Are you feeling the weight of the world today?
The Divine Feminine is eternally sacrificing for the sake of the Universe. Having devolved away from Her, we habitually sacrifice our Mother Earth (and ourselves) for the sake of human agenda.
This card may point to a self-care crisis, an environmental crisis, or simply the need to emote more authentically so that deeper thinking can begin.
This Eight may also point to
It can be difficult to discern your predicament from the perspective of The Hanged. Falling petals and thorns indicate danger and wasting time. Clouds linger, heavy with raindrops. And yet, there is health and cleansing from rain, grace in the aging process, and protection in thorns.
This nymph enjoys their body, in awe of the spectacle, curious about their position, but finding new ideas with each moment spent suspended upside-down.
This card often means: Wait an