MUSE OF EMOTIONS
— Inner-joy and the calm, contemplative bliss of love and compassion —
MUSE OF EMOTIONS (CUPS) TAROT CARD MEANING
THE MUSE OF EMOTIONS TAROT MESSAGE
Emotional joy and the freedom to feel all of the emotions as a way towards self-discovery, meditative states, inner-calmness and knowing, being totally in-touch with your desires and your feelings, finding balance, peacefulness, avoiding moodiness
The transcendent state of bliss. What does that feel like in your body? Where does it reside? What does it take to experience it? And why aren’t you doing more of that as a way to regulate the happiness in your life?
• The raft of harmonic alignment
• Rinsing the shadow
EXPERIENCING the Tarot MUSE OF EMOTIONS
Come, tiny vessel of love, to the place where the stars and the horizon meet. Come, sweet floating creature, to edge of the earth where the water drops off, and pours everything into the sweet shell of life. This message of highest love resides where all the bits and pieces of your anger and sadness are brewed and alchemized into beautiful experiences for the soul. For they too are experiences to be cherished and learned from. Lessons brewed and steeped with highest love in mind. Come meditatively. Quietly. Calmly. With everything you are. Leave nothing behind, for you will need it all in this place of mindful understanding. Steer clear of manipulation and moodiness, and come into the night on the sweet waves of kindness, for those are the waves that will push you past the riptide. They will float you out to the sandbanks of connection, and invite you to explore your inner world with the gentlest of compassion and the deepest of knowing. And with their strength you will lead, simply by being true to your heart, and accepting the nature that is. It is time to step into the healing waters of pure love. You’re headed its way.
Choose a small boat and row out to sea. Ask your question as you row. Arrive at the gates of the Muse of Emotions. These are strong, intuitive gates that will offer you guidance as soon as you cross their threshold of understanding.
Add water. And love. And stir. Use more water than you think you should in a painting or drawing, or poem. More salt. More tears of joy. Add drips and drops. And all the feels. And then paddle right out to the waterfall.