High and Low Interact Because

A simple seeker seemed to be lured by her Spirit teacher
to believe that she could possibly learn to understand
the deeper meanings of the interconnection between
the Kabbalah Tree of Life and Tarot symbols through
studying each of these mystery systems separately and
then integrating them.

She protested that she just didn't seem to have the mental
capacity to go much beyond a surface awareness of life,
as the mysteries taught.

"Not past tense." He insisted. "There has always been a
a continuum of teachers in every age, who adapt what has
been shared, as a sacred trust, with them, to the
culture and/or society they live within, and are, at least
to some extent, a product of."

She drew three Tarot cards to express:
1. Ego, or her personal relationship to herself and her
   perceived needs and level of satisfaction.
2. Higher Self, or what a higher self might inspire her
   to reach for, if she could and would believe in it.
3. Harmony between the two; not a balance, but synthesis.

The first card she drew was The King of Wands; the most
powerful card in the deck. Was her ego that inflated?
The second card she drew was The Eight of Cups; expressing 
leaving the past behind. How could a higher energy ask so 
much of her, knowing how much she had experienced and cared
for what that experience had helped her to become.
And now, to let go?

The third card she drew was The Five of Wands; a struggle
between competing forces.

Spirit's reading: "If you dare to test the strength of
differences and similarities between Ego and Higher Self
you will discover that they each reflect the other."

 

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