In the Cards

"new moon in sagittarius"I’ve  been obsessed with Time Management lately and, no, it doesn’t make much sense to me to draw New Moon in Sagittarius time management cards but I’m going to do it anyway.  The Sagittarius that I’ve known have been short on Time Management skills but long on the big picture, big vision, and time travel.

Still, I am hopeful, like any good Sagittarius should be. (Note: I am not a Sag but today the Sun entered Sagittarius and we had the New Moon).

I was posting on my Facebook just now that I want my life to be about MORE than work. That’s another Sagittarius/Jupiter keyword: MORE. Why have one when you can have two? Or three?

Thus: Time Management. And asking the Oracle for advice. Sagittarius rules prophesy.

Two inverted cards are here: the Four of Pentacles and the Seven of Pentacles. Two STABLE (boring?) cards but shifted. Right away my  spidey senses are telling me that I need to overturn what I’m doing. Overturn my very notion of how to manage my time. See, sometimes a reversed card does NOT need to be turned upright but instead contains the advice kernel itself.

Four of Pentacles upright is stable, is secure. Hoarding, yes, but it has what to hoard. The Seven of Pentacles is worry about the crop despite the healthy crop. The Seven frets about what hasn’t grown. It’s an anxious card. Or merely “taking stock.” I believe both these cards, inverted, are “worry not” messages. You can smash a little. The applecart could stand a little overturn. Break through the crystallized fear and fear of loss. EASIER SAID THAN DONE.

Four of Pents: SOLID. Seven of Pents: also solid. You’ll have more time (and more everything??) if you STOP being so RIGID about it all, including Time Management.

Maybe what you (me/we) should do is stop trying to MANAGE time and instead… what? What does time need?

And I pulled card after card after card. Not supposed to do that. Supposed to stop at one. But I kept going. Like a Sag 🙂

Wishing you good cards xx

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