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Zero Energy on Full Moon in Leo

Howllo! It is the Wolf Full Moon in Leo ♌︎.

Leading into it, I had some plan to honour the Leo (Strength) full moon (The Empress) by doing fiery, action-oriented things like cooking the spicy mutton vindaloo I had promised Fafa; or at least clock in more kilometres while running.

But instead, I woke up feeling exhausted with no reason. I had to drag myself out of bed and go through the work-day motions with low energy; skipping cooking, running even meditating.

We still went out for dinner; delicious African cuisine at Nyala but only with one glass of wine I was ready to crash on the bed. So yeah, looks like the Full Moon in Leo managed to burn my energy completely today. So I am going to bed now, even though it’s only 9 PM. Hopefully, I woke up the next day feeling a lot better.

Goodnight Lioness Moon!

🦁 K

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My 22 Tarot Goals

  1. Complete the posts on the traditional meanings and keywords of the 78 tarot cards.
  2. Complete the 78 tarot memoir I started last November.
  3. Give free tarot readings to others for practice.
  4. Note down all new and full moon tarot spread in one year.
  5. Practice reading with two and more tarot cards and more tarot spread.
  6. Carry my tarot deck everywhere.
  7. Combine my photography and tarot passions.
  8. Study the connections between tarot cards and arts.
  9. Find real-life depiction of the image on the tarot cards.
  10. Interview a tarot reader and a female tarot deck creator.
  11. Incorporate Oracle into my tarot practice.
  12. Get a professional tarot reading done.
  13. Work and shed more light into difficult cards.
  14. Create stories with more than a single tarot card.
  15. Be a part of and participate actively in the tarot community.
  16. Read and review a tarot book.
  17. Get a tarot tattoo.
  18. Turn the blog to be a bit more tarot-savvy. 
  19. Memorize the keywords of each tarot cards.
  20. Support indie tarot decks created by female artists.
  21. Lean on tarot as a self-care and self-discovery tool.
  22. Support the normalization of tarot.
Full Moon Cancer 2020 Tarot Spread

Full Moon Cancer 2020 Tarot Spread

I used to Full Moon in Cancer (The Chariot) tarot spread shared by Seeker_Tarot on IG. I tweaked it a bit by adding the fifth card.

Card 1 – Where in my life have I created a sanctuary/a place of trust?

Card 2 – What needs to be healed?

Card 3 – What boundaries I need to set for my own self-care?

Card 4 – Opportunities to welcome in?

Card 5 – A message from the Moon

Full Moon Cancer Tarot Spread

Card 1 – Where in my life have I created a sanctuary – Two of Pentacles

Card 2 – What needs to be healed – Two of Wands

Card 3 – What boundaries I need to set for my own self-care – Ten of Pentacles

Card 4 – Opportunities to welcome in – Two of Cups

Card 5 – Message from the Moon – Ten of Cups

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Shedding Some Light on The Moon

“What is your association with The Moon card?”

My tarot teacher asked me when we practiced reading tarot with a spread.

I told her that:

“I always feel a strong connection to the moon. I also find The Moon card on most tarot decks attractive”.

She seemed a bit relieved by my answer, before going on explaining that tarot readers have divided perceptions about The Moon card; some consider it as a good card, while others find it difficult.

I looked at the card on the spread. We were using the Rider Waite Smith tarot deck. There a few things going on for sure. The lobster, the howling dogs, the towers with the dark sky draping the background. But nothing calls out to be as a problematic.

Yes, the moon can be emotional, but so are we, are we not?

I put my thoughts aside and continued reading the spread. I interpreted The Moon as I needed to wait for a whole month before being able to see any progress.


The Moon card (Pisces) itself is about intuition.

The Moon


It’s time to let the moon illuminate our dark side. For us to embrace our shadow-self, to go deeper inside, in the effort of understanding ourselves better.


The other day, I meditated under the full moon on Aries. Again a homework from my teacher. I took out all The Moon cards my all the tarot decks (excluding Rider Waite Smith tarot deck, as these days I only use it as a point of reference) I owned to contemplate more on it.

The depiction in The Spacious Tarot deck is my favourite. The card is dominated by a large moon – which reminds me of the time I went to Uluru and saw the moon up close point. It also has two mushrooms on it, which reminds me of The Lovers tarot card.

After spending sometime with The Moon tarot cards, I journaled about it – a whole three pages in my Moleskin. I am not ready to share it here yet. Thought at this rate, I have a feeling that I will eventually share it with you but for now, do know it has been cathartic.

That night, I honoured the moon’s energy by drinking Lavender tea and going to bed with Selenite charging me from the bedside table.

Full Moon Gemini 2020 Tarot Spread

Card 1 – Manifested since the New Moon

Card 2 – What to release along with the waning of the Full Moon energy

Card 3 – To manifest by the New Moon

Card 4 – How to honor the Full Moon

Card 5 – To celebrate under the Full Moon

Card 6 – A message from the Moon


Full moon Gemini Tarot Spread

Card 1 – Manifested since the New Moon – Explorer of Swords (Knight of Swords)

Card 2 – What to release along with the waning of the Full Moon energy – Two of Swords

Card 3 – To manifest by the New Moon – Death

Card 4 – How to honor the Full Moon – Eight of Wands

Card 5 – To celebrate under the Full Moon – The Emperor

Card 6 – A message from the Moon – The Wheel of Fortune