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Figuring out how to make those "different people" work in partnership is tough. What opposing needs, internal or external, are you serving in your life? What are the positive aspects of each, and what makes each challenging?
The basic idea in conflict resolution is finding common ground so that both parties understand each other's needs better and can find a compromise that allows for mutual progress. How might these different aspects of self work in harmony to help achieve your goals? For example, when I am in "work mode" I have trouble engaging with friends in a relaxed and meaningful way.
The positive aspects of my professional self are focus, dedication, and drive. These allow me to get a lot done, but can be heavy and serious, making my loved ones feel I'm too busy for them. My "social self" likes unstructured time with people whose company I enjoy. It is open, caring, and flexible, but when I am in this mode, I want to forget about responsibilities. When these aspects are at odds, it causes me great stress. Both are attempting to serve happiness and fulfillment in my life.
Accepting that is a first step toward harmony. My solution has been to give each one scheduled time, achieving an intentional balance between them. Each aspect feels respected, and has a chance to shine within the partnership of the self.
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Discover the surprising lessons this new year holds for you with insight from a Revelation Tarot Reading. Symbolizing emotional maturity, fairness, and diplomacy, the King of Cups says it is our duty to take charge of our emotions, acknowledging feelings but taking steps to control the way we act on them, especially where others are concerned. Raw emotion can be persuasive, but usually causes intense reactions in others, and truth is not necessarily served on either side. Initial emotional responses are unbalanced, un-tempered by wisdom, not grounded by needed patience.
This is evidence of our theme card for the month of January, the Lovers, already at play, as emotions and logic are another duality within that must be balanced. Court cards can be tricky to interpret. Many people think they indicate the influence of others in our lives, but they can also be manifestations of different aspects of self. Given the theme of The Lovers this month, I'm leaning towards this King referencing something internal, but what do you think? Does this King, in its current context, represent you and your actions, or is it referring to someone important to you who is exhibiting this behavior?
If it's you, how can you take its lesson on?
If it's someone else, how can you adjust your own behavior in response? The Four of Wands, if we are reading reversed, is one of those cards of opportunity in the Tarot. It sounds alarming -- balance is tested, conflicts at home -- but if we see it as a warning or advice, there's a great chance for growth here.
While we study the self this month, communication, both internal and external, is essential. This week's card warns that efforts to communicate may suffer, and harmony in close relationships will be disrupted as a result. It is nearly impossible to exercise emotional control like the King of Cups last week's card all the time. Instead of fearing being out of control, we can use moments of conflict to learn more about other people's perspectives, and practice our communication skills, just as the Lovers exercise encouraged us to do inside the self at the beginning of the month.
Additionally, as we make changes internally, we need to figure out how to assimilate those into our external world so that others know our needs have changed. Make a simple chart to study how your needs align with others' needs. Here's an example of one that I designed for my Communication Ritual Kit:. Consider what you need in the four categories of this chart. In the ME column, write key words that describe those aspects of yourself.
Choose a person with whom you desire better communication. Assume nothing -- if you do not know an answer, take steps to discover it with the other person. Do not place judgement on anyone, including yourself. After you have filled in both columns, compare the results, considering similarities and differences.
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If you discover an opposition in characteristics, spend more time meditating on the other's perspective. How might you change the way you interact so that the other person feels validated and conflict is avoided? How might you better express what works for you? The disrupted harmony indicated last week by the reversed Four of Wands leads to a general atmosphere of doubt this week.
There's a feeling of negativity in this inverted Sun card, like something's standing in the way of happiness. Growth is temporarily stunted. Even if problems can't be solved right away, we can take steps to boost our confidence and ability to persevere.
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It's an opportunity to pause and assess needs so we can progress in a more informed and secure manner. As our theme for the month suggests, life is a balance of dark and light. Each half of this whole makes the other more clear by comparison. What can be learned while in the shadows? Think about the last time you experienced success on any level. Make a list of your qualities that allowed that to happen. What fuels each of these qualities?