Mystical Cats Tarot ~ Ten of Sky


Merry Meet!

Are you being controlled by your past? Feeling bogged down more than you should? Let’s see what this Cat brings us this time… Oh, pay attention to the reversed meaning as this card was reversed today.

Ten of Sky

Ten of Sky:

This Sky Cat had been driven out by his clanmates, and no one will step forward to help him. Wounded, starving, isolated, and in despair, he has reached the limits of his strength. Perhaps this is the conclusion of one of his nine lives, or perhaps he can find shelter and healing in another clan if they will have him. Whatever happens, he knows his at the end of his life as he knew it.

The Cat’s Advice:

It is time to face facts and honestly assess the situation. Whatever you were attempting is not working out for you. What you have hoped for is not going to happen, at least in the form you expected. On the bright side, this is as bad as it gets. Things can only get better once you accept reality without illusions.

If the card is reversed:

The weakness and defeat you’ve been feeling are exaggerated and do not accurately reflect the actual situation. You may have been letting others have power over you through their opinions and judgements, accepting their negative vision as your own. This oppressive energy is weighing you down. Rebel against it and renew your sense of self-worth.

Are you hanging onto something in your past? Something that you know as fact you will never get back? Is it time to stop mourning it? That baggage you are carrying is what is making you feel excessively weak and defeated. I mean who wouldn’t feel that way with all that self-inflicted weight on their shoulders?? You have got to seriously work on letting it go! You will not be able to easily move forward in the present if you don’t let go of the past. What’s done is done, what’s gone is gone… now pick up and move leaving the past where it belongs. Taking it out to mourn once in awhile is fine, but that is all the past needs. It should never get your full attention. 

Until next time…

Blessed Be…

Saila