This week we’re still in the energy of the 7 of wands and now we have waves of energy represented by the 2 of cups.
From healing yourself to forgiving yourself and others, this combination is showing movement toward alignment in many areas of your life. Whew.
Positive conflict resolution can happen this week. Parties and participants can see both sides of an issue and can make some compromises that can actually maintain contentment for everyone. Emotional balance is afoot. After that Spa day last week, we’re ready for decision making and can do it in just a way that works splendidly for not only our greatest outcome, but for everyone around us.
Decisions this week that may have to do with you and what you thought might shake others up will take a turn and be gracefully received. So this is perfect timing to speak your truth, express your truth, and honor your truth with the people who are most important to you.
In work situations your needs will be acknowledged instead of ignored. This week is good timing for brainstorming and creating group-effort systems that work better than the original plans.
The 2 of Cups also indicates friendships, new relationships, kindred spirits, and relationships moving in a new direction as a result of time spent together and commonalities. Whether there’s romance in the air or you have a new bestie, a relationship is heart-felt.
This week is not the week to keep your feelings to yourself. It’s time to share and acknowledge your appreciation of others and to be honest about your feelings whether it’s with someone else, or being honest with yourself about how you feel.
With the energy of the 7 of wands, the 2 of Cups can be a nudge to do some self-forgiving. Making some difficult decisions and having to stand up for some boundaries that needed to be made, perhaps for some time, can pull out feelings of upset around being a hardass. Even though there was a need for boundaries to happen, guilt about having to make done-deal decisions can become heavy on the conscience. It’s time to let that go. Forgive yourself. And if you know someone else who had to do some boundary enforcing, forgive them while you’re at it. Have some tea and hug it out.