But I am thoroughly pleased, and relieved, knowing that the fibrey goodness will be going into loving hands and used to create lovely things. It’s a nice way to close, a delightful way to “let go”.
“Letting go” and “moving on” were two things that recently came up in a big way in a Tarot card reading I did for myself. I don’t read my cards as often as I used to, but felt, as usually happens, that when I arrive at the proverbial crossroads, I need the cards as a guide, a reminder, a voice saying “Isn’t this obvious, you silly fool?”. My main deck is The Druid Craft Tarot, by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm, illustrated by Will Worthington.
The cards that came up for me on this were the:
- 8 of cups (keywords: “Letting go, Seeking your higher purpose, Moving on” – see? obvious)
- 3 of wands (kw: “Enterprise, Confidence, Realizing goals”)
- 6 of wands (kw: “Victory, Success, Leadership” – I see this as more “self-leadership”)
- 9 of pentacles (kw: Gain, Pleasure, Living your ideals” – also, pursuing paths previously unexplored, i.e. screenwriting)
- 4 of swords (kw: “Retreat, Rest, Solace” – very important for me)
- 6 of swords (kw: “Journeying, Solace, Healing”)
- The Star (kw: “Intuition, Hope, Optimism, Healing, Openness, Calm, Bright Prospects”)
- The Magician (kw: “Creativity, First steps, Empowerment, Will-power, Flow, Life-force, Inspiration, Direction”)
- The Lady (kw: Passion, Fertility, Abundance, Nurturing, Healing, Motherhood, Happiness, Beauty, Creativity”)
- The Fferyllt (Temperance) (kw: “Fluency between worlds, Creativity (notice a pattern?), Harmony, Peace, Magic, Alchemy)