Chakra Mandala, I pulled the Moon card - 18.
Carol links this Major to the Power (Manipura) and Crown (Sahasrara) chakras. The Manipura is associated with digestion, with the gut. So, it links to ideas of gut instinct, and of where we draw our power from. It has five petals, which in tarot terms links it to conflict - we may not trust our gut, or our instincts may go against what our head says and what we feel we should do. The Sahasrara chakra connects us with the spiritual dimension of life, and is associated with integration. Part of the message I see here is that if we truly integrate our intuition we would not be left in the nebulous place of dreams and darkness which we often associate with the Moon card. There is a lot of power here, but we may not direct it appropriately, which is when doubts assail us.
In terms of imagery, this card seems rather sunny for the moon. The Manipura's colour is yellow, and Carol has echoed this in the Sahasrara, which is often white or violet. White holds all the colours, explaining this multi-coloured Crown chakra. And I suppose that the moon does reflect the sun's light, so the Crown reflecting the colours from the Power chakra makes sense. Overall, this feels a rather more positive take on the Moon card, showing its potential for growth rather than where we may often get stuck with its energies.
I am grateful for the strength of my intuitions, and the variety of my dreams.