This full supermoon brings the Page of Wands to light. The person standing there in the card is centered, standing their ground, and in their personal power. There’s a stillness about the card too – a firm stillness. This is a person that is able to hold their state of being regardless of what’s going on around them. It begs the question, “what’s your state of being at this time?” and the other question to ask is, “what am I standing for at this time”? Take a moment to look out on the horizon and see what’s going on out there. It’s really a reflection of what’s going on within you in some way. The full moon is a time to look at where and how you are at this time, as everything emanates out from this state of being.
“Ask God, Creator, or your helping angels – however you believe it to be – for what you’re needing at this time, and watch for it to show up in the next little while in some form. The key is to ask humbly and from an honest and sincere place in your heart. Be vulnerable just like the naked humans in the card. As I see it, they’re rising up from a death or ending of some sort and ready to begin anew…and joyously! Whether it be an inner or an outer venture, new moons are ripe times to make a commitment to something new. Simply looking at this card feels freeing to me. It makes me want to go and jump in the lake and leave my clothes behind!
The nine of swords for this full moon parallels the fullness of the nines that full moons often bring. As a sword, it can relate to all those negative mental patterns that need uprooting. I’ve been hearing of many people experiencing physical pain, and yet I believe the root cause of all physical pain stems from either the mental realm or the energetic realm…and those two realms are connected. The thought form carries an energy, leading to an emotional expression, and is followed by a fulfillment in the physical realm. All physical form began as thought form. So, in my opinion, we can do all kinds of bodywork, however, unless the mental realm is also addressed the pain will ensue.
This full moon is a great time to become aware of those self-sabotaging thoughts that prevent us from feeling our best selves and can create dis-ease. The nine of swords can also indicate the need to acknowledge how we have been in self-sacrifice in some area of life or in a relationship.
Finally, it can indicate the need to honour the nine experiences we’ve had, or the nine choices we’ve made, that have led to expanded consciousness over our lifespan thus far. The full moons are potent times to carve out time for self-reflection, and it’s especially so for full SUPER moons!