My card of the day for 2nd March is the 9 of Discs which I have drawn from Cilla Conway’s Intuitive Tarot.
The 9 of Discs, as I’ve suggested a few times recently, can represent the idea of self-expression and about having the vison to see what you may have already accomplished and to recognise that not every situation is absolutely black and white; there can be many shades of grey in life and I think, based on yesterday’s 5 of Swords, that the 9 of Discs may have reappeared to support the concept of being true to yourself but also being truthful to yourself. The 9 of Swords can also be supporting the idea that this could be the time to realise that your prime duty is to yourself. Are you proud of what you have achieved? Could it be that you may be overestimating what you have done or what you have to do?
Look at the image of this card. The figure appears to be confident and self-reliant; sure of the richness of his harvest and settled into his world. Is this you? If you can recognise yourself in this figure perhaps you could be on a path that may lead you to your goal. If you can’t accept that you could be this figure then it may be that could have to examine your conscience, your goals, your past choices and your true self so that you could recognise why that is.
It seems to me that there may still be expectations of change in the air heading into Spring; whether you can run with these or whether you can’t is up to you but this card, as with some of the others, can suggest that being true to your ambitions and true to yourself may be the key to being able to see what it is that you really do want.
Today could be a day to decide if you could be failing to acknowledge what you have achieved or if, perhaps, you may be overthinking what you have achieved to the extent that you may feel that there is nothing left that you could do that might make the changes you could be looking for.
Again, look to the things you could change, live with the things that you absolutely believe that you can’t; but be on your guard so that you may recognise an opportunity that you could otherwise easily miss.