Moon in Cancer – High Priestess in the Chariot’s Clothing

The High Priestess dressed as the Chariot

Looking at this transit through the lens of the Tarot, you might describe it as the High Priestess dressed in the clothing of the Charioteer. She’s left the safety of her pillars and veil, and has hit the road.

The High Priestess is emotionally fluid, yet steady. She’s grounded, sitting on a block of stone. But like her watery gown, open to the tides of change.

She’s the bridge between two opposites, with no desire to choose. It’s more important to understand why each side is what it is, than to determine which one might be better.

The High Priestess receives and perceives, but doesn’t often act. Less interested in taking a stand, her strength lies in listening, watching and reflecting the world around her.

The Chariot is action, movement, and change. It’s firm decisions and determined perseverance.

Armored and protected from the sun, the Charioteer is confident in his choices and ready to move ahead.

The time for deliberation is over. Courage, drive and the will to continue are all that’s required now.

Though forced to be on the go, the High Priestess is comfortable as the Charioteer. The Chariot itself raises her up, protects her and carries her forward without effort.

The Moon in Cancer, or the High Priestess dressed as the Charioteer, can be a powerful time of comfortable change and emotional resilience.

Knowledge gathered in silence has coalesced and it’s time to share without fear of being hurt.

Emotional loyalty, intuitive direction and strength of character can give you the resolve to go forward. Even into the unknown.

Try not to coddle yourself. You can only win if you have the courage to play to the end.

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