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The art of temperance

Back again with the monthly auguries, as March is already underway.

The Medieval Scapini Tarot, Luigi Scapini, published by US Games Systems, 2005.
The Medieval Scapini Tarot, Luigi Scapini, published by US Games Systems, 2005.

The month of March has us looking back at the gains born out of our compromises, out of accord. The benefits of a steady and consistent gait, and an unswerving attention to detail. Placing the question before us, how to carry this discipline forward? The answer lying in how we moderate our whims, at best, our desires.

A dialogue unfolds as we deliberate between what pulls the heart and the mind, on the fulcrum of discernment. March is about this dialogue we open up in the meeting ground of our bodies. Our actions moving forward will be the judge. There is a whiff of new beginnings here, at least of reconsidering, re-positioning the chess board, and moving forward with renewed vision through the middle ground.

The Medieval Scapini Tarot, Luigi Scapini, published by US Games Systems, 2005.
The Medieval Scapini Tarot, Luigi Scapini, published by US Games Systems, 2005.

In other words, this month we blend opposites seeking the fortitude that comes with understanding. Keeping our daily life, our coin, and our social selves, on an even keel is called for. Equilibrium.

Therefore, let us laugh and raise our cups, rejoicing at our achievements, both big, small, and everything in between. We are here, and now let us continue. May the angel of temperance temper our humours as we navigate this month.

Mist and Ether Natalia Lee Forty Tarot Divinatrix

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