The Akashic Tarot messages this month highlight the systemic crisis that the world is going through due to the virus.
The navigability of this crisis is influenced, like many other things, by who we decide to be in this situation and what we choose to reinforce with our thinking and energy.
You can see the picture of the cards below. The message covers a cycle of either 4 weeks or 6 months. We’ll see!
The main energy of the present moment: time to check in on our values
The spread opens with the card Community. It’s very clear that the idea of “community” has been dominating our days. The forced separation brings up a lot of questions around this theme. Now more than ever do we have the time to explore what our community means to us. Do we miss it? What or who do we miss, exactly? Is the community we’re in, corresponding to our ideal, to what we really need or crave?
Most of us are realizing that we might have failed, as a community, in the distracted and ego-driven way we’re living life. Which means, we’re missing the idea of community altogether. Things, therefore, need to evolve and now we know that.
A community is not one individual, but many individualities ideally united by a common good – or vision.
When the vision is missing, the clarity and the unity of purpose is missing. The result is a sense of distance and difficulty, diversity and misunderstanding. The first card (Community) shows us that the energy at work right now is an energy that seeks union. We see it every day while we are forced to keep our distance, we then realize that we are deeply interconnected. We need each other and we want to be together again, perhaps only in a different way.
On the other hand, it is about the people caught in such fear and terror that they don’t know what to do. These feelings come with a lot of uncertainty in their own lives, or the people closest to them, as this will affect many aspects of their life.
Trapped in this low energy level, they are bringing to light a broken level of consciousness: broken by the idea of separation, supremacy, the need for control, and (unfortunately) violent thoughts, or actions. As the auxiliary card (The Bird Nest) indicates, we cannot build the new with the sense of separation and division given by the idea of the “different”. We need to let go of the old way of seeing and thinking. Instead consider what really matters: union is strength and only through the support of others can we ALL prosper.
So what do we do?
What can now bring us toward the change we need is the Ark of the Covenant or karma. Or rather recognize that there is a spiritual law at work. Cause and effect involve all of us. We cannot think that our thoughts, choices and actions affect only ourselves and no one else. It is essential to remember that energizing the emotional drama, which is pumped up every day in every manner, does not allow us to see very clearly. It obscures our reasoning and ability to see clearly and think critically.
The Ark also reminds us that we all have a life’s purpose that goes far beyond working, paying bills, and eating pizza on Saturday evening. We signed a contract as souls to carry out our tasks and we made a contract as a collective, for we are incarnated at this very specific time in history. Continuing to care about our life purpose – or finding out what it is, if that’s your case – is the most important thing we can devote ourselves to right now.
What could be the best result with this course of action?
The possible result of this attention and dedication can lead us to the “building” part (as shown in The Architect card), with the possible realization of our life project. However, first, this will give us clarity, personal power, and the necessary energy needed to express our potential. The most important resource to tap into at the moment is The Willow, which represents our ability to stand firmly on the ground with planted feet while remaining flexible enough to handle unexpected changes. Resilience is our best ally. There is no growth without flexibility: remember that to realize your project and therefore be part of a community that grows in well-being, staying flexible is the best thing you can do right now.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Please feel free to leave me a comment!