Full Moon in Pisces: Watch Your Back

Decks used: Lumina Tarot (Inner Hue), Osho Zen Tarot (Osho), The Wild Unknown (Kim Krans)

Decks used: Lumina Tarot (Inner Hue), Osho Zen Tarot (Osho), The Wild Unknown (Kim Krans)

This month, the full moon is shedding some light on some of the stuff we would much rather not deal with. The 7 of Swords is a trickster card, signaling mistrust, sneakiness and a bit of deception all with a public face that smiles and screams, "Everything's okay!" You know how some people are okay on paper—technically, they're fine and are doing all the right things. But something inside you just gives you this instant creep vibe when you come across them and you know there's a lot more malevolence behind their facade. The 7 of Swords warns us to guard ourselves against these people. Not everyone should be trusted.

If you want to dig in deeper, here are a few prompts to get you reflecting on this sly card:

  • It's easy to lay blame on other people's seemingly malicious intentions, but could you be hiding ill intent too? It's easy to project our own shadows on other people and much harder to acknowledge that we're not 100% perfect.
  • How do you play the politics game? Some folks may be projecting the whole "Love and Light" front but have a lot of darkness behind all that. How do you deal with their pretenses?
  • Do you prefer to stay away from ugly backstabbing or do you confront it head on?
Totally quoting one of my fave 90s teen movies, "Drive Me Crazy" on this one… "When guys compete it's overt—ringing a bell with a sledgehammer, noogie-chucking, the size of your engine, whatever. But when girls compete, it's art." People who do the 7 of Swords thing? Total artists. Photo credit: © 20th Century Fox. All rights reserved.

Totally quoting one of my fave 90s teen movies, "Drive Me Crazy" on this one… "When guys compete it's overt—ringing a bell with a sledgehammer, noogie-chucking, the size of your engine, whatever. But when girls compete, it's art." People who do the 7 of Swords thing? Total artists.

Photo credit: © 20th Century Fox. All rights reserved.