This one gives me a much better feeling than yesterday's Eight of Swords. Here in the Two we have a woman, once again with a strange black binding around her face and eyes. Her arms are crossed in front of her chest, and she holds the two swords up behind her own head. What delights me, though, is that she appears to be exploding through a rip in the fabric of the universe. While most of the background of the card shows a rocky seascape, she herself emerges from a scroll-like opening that gives onto a night sky, dotted with stars and a waxing crescent moon.
To me, this card speaks of being held in stasis by ideas which we don't know how to combine or choose between. Yet it feels hopeful. Her clothes echo the colours of the night sky beneath her, suggesting she has access to intuition, if she is just willing to tap into it. Then, she will resolve her dilemma and move out of her self-imposed stasis.
Hopefully, seeing my therapist today will help me connect with that intuition. One area where I'm feeling blocked is regarding how to move forward with my dissertation. And although there's no huge rush on it, the clock is certainly ticking!
I am grateful for help in tapping into my inner knowing.