Crest of a wave.
Blimey the universal comms team have dug deep into the archives today with " Crest of a wave" a song from The gang show of the 1930s I think.
Listening at the lyrics its very apt to where we find ourselves right now.
Riding along on the crest of a wave , with the sun up in the sky.
And references to eyes being on the horizon.
Let's see what our cards have to say about catching that wave ... hmm... just read that back and saw a potential message right there. Having seen reports on the news and social media of people flocking to the coast in the sunshine , I'm wondering if we are setting up to ride a second wave? Or can we catch ourselves in time to be a little more circumspect, with regards to running out there creating a crowd?
So onto our first card for today 14 Temperance. Well here's a message for us if ever there was one on the back of the last couple of questions.
He shows the careful weighing of the balance. He's a pretty chilled dude... doesn't look like he's in a rush to get to the beach.
His stare is intense, he holds us in his gaze, feels like he's holding us accountable. His left leg sits in front of his right. The right signifying moving forward on a physical and practical level. Its held back by his intuitive and feminine based energy.
Whilst there is angelic presence in the background, he is quite literally asking us to act with restraint ( temperance).
Our second card for today is the 3 of wands (wands representative of the fire element and action)
There she is with her surf board, ready to run out onto the beach, into the sea to catch that wave. Her left foot is somewhat tentative, her intuitive senses are keeping her poised from running straight in. She longs to have the fun and excitement of the ride.
Feels like she is waiting a while. Just like we are waiting for the results of our efforts and the lessening of restrictions. We need to hold fire ( see what i did there ;) ) before ploughing ahead.
Our final card for today is the 4 of swords ( swords representative of the air element and thought)
She's snuggled up in her nest. The phrase " home is where the heart is" comes to mind.
Her knees are bent ( our shock absorbers in life, where we hold fear) she looks to be resting in the safety and security of her nest. The swords. Shown here as twigs in the nest, seem to be holding her there. Keeping her safe as she remains reclusive from the world.
So interesting themes today. Seems we are being called to slow down our desire to be out there in the world.
We are being urged to continue to tread gently, not to rush this journey.