Rowan Tarot blog on Sunday. So, decided to try again with the Nicoletta Ceccoli Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2014) as it's beautiful, but sometimes takes a bit of extra work to interpret.
1) What is coming to an end? - Two of Pentacles.
My need to juggle ten million things? Can't believe this will ever end, it is surely part of the job description of a mother! :D Eegads, I hope it's not my ability to juggle these, as that is totally necessary!
I notice that all the things she's juggling, despite their different
shapes and colours, are buttons. Perhaps she could find another way of
keeping them all suspended. Stringing them together might make a lovely
necklace, and give her something to connect her head to her body! Perhaps the message for me here is that I might let go of the sense that I am juggling different things, and instead see how all of these things are part of something greater.
2) What stirs within? - Ace of Pentacles
A new beginning in the physical or material realm, something for me to gestate over the winter. The birds make me think of getting a different perspective, an overview on material projects.
I have several things already on the go (see above), and am not sure I can manage another new project. Still, maybe if it's an off-shoot of one of those, or better yet something that helps me tie them all together, as suggested by the overview...
3) What is coming next? - Judgement
Oh, this is another strange card! The girl grows from a rose that is hidden inside a maze, behind a closed door, the key to which seems to be held by an Alice-esque white rabbit. I rather like the suggestion of being freed by following my intuition, of letting that guide me into the next stage of my life.
So what is coming is a new calling, something that will free me to feel
more whole. Guided by my intuition, I can find the way to let myself
shine, no longer hidden behind walls and distractions. This seems to
tie the other two cards together: a new start that ends that sense of
being pulled in lots of directions, as I become less guarded and more
I've written in the past about coming out of the broom closet more, and everything I take up recently seems to be heading in that direction. Maybe now there will be no denying it any more!