Weekend Card: March 17-19 2017 – The Chariot

TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Weekend Chariot WIld Unknown Tarot

Work your masculine and feminine attributes to bring them together and balance them.

You may feel at odds within yourself, trying to bring yourself together in unison.

This can be the yin and yang within you that requires attention.

We all have a “feminine” and “masculine” side to ourselves; sometimes in varying degrees or percentages.

Sometimes we feel as though we are in between this duality: not quite feminine; not quite masculine.

We can struggle with balancing these two sides of ourselves and bring them together instead of struggling with them.

Yet, we must move forward and make progress with what we have; no matter how we may define or label the opposite parts of ourselves.

We may feel pulled in two opposite directions, views or beliefs; opposite as night and day.

Masculine is compared as the opposite of feminine; tame is considered the opposite of wild.

The heart and mind can often be at odds with each other with an internal struggle to move forward as one.

TOGETHERNESS

Whether it’s parts of ourselves or something external that pulls us in different directions, we must learn to bring parts of ourselves or others together to move forward.

This will require minor adjustments to keep it in the right direction and from going off track.

Keep your destination within your sight and aim for the horizon.

We may crave to do something wild, to be free and unhinged, but at the same time, there may be responsibilities, requirements, etc. to be done.

Try to have a little fun while taking care of what you need to do.

If there have been difficulties getting ahead or moving ahead, there can be possibilities to overcome obstacles that have been in your way lately and this past week.

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!

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Blessings,
Stacey & the Tarot Pugs

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Card image from Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans ©2016.
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