A lot is going on under the surface. This is a time to trust and let things happen. There is still much effort on our part to put in but there’s no need to stick ridgely to our plans as this can block progress.
The World reversed signifies the end of a project or life cycle is coming to close. We are almost at the close of the year too, so perhaps we are hurrying to wrap things up and be ready to start a fresh in January. The Three of Wands reversed may have us feeling the delays or actually experiencing them. Show up for yourself (Judgement). Are you putting as much effort in as possible? Are you doing your best for yourself and others? If so don’t let these obstacles get to you!
If these blocks and delays are affecting you take comfort in knowing you are exactly where you’re supposed to be! The 6 of Pentacles reminds us that we have been here before. We are more than capable of working through what’s necessary to tidy up this ending. If a similarity to the past is triggering you, remember that you are a different person now yet you can use those experiences to make different choices. This card can also indicate reminiscing with old friends so let that take your mind off things.
Temperance asks us where we are focussing our precious energy this week. Temperance is the art of alchemy. It’s moderation, don’t be tempted to go to extremes. An all or nothing approach is not required. Whatever situation we are trying to close up, find a balance of action and patience.
I have a feeling that by the end of the week that patience will have paid off. Both the Nine of Pentacles and the Seven of Pentacles are the result of patiently working on your goals. You should start feeling a little brighter a little more grateful for your efforts. Celebrate quietly to yourself that you are now seeing or about to see the abundant harvest of your efforts.
The Mantra for the 7 of Pentacles is:
As I give thanks for what I am about to harvest, I know that my life is headed in the right direction
Whatever decision you have come to take a pause to reflect and remind yourself that progress is never made overnight.