Nine Of Vessels – Wildwood Tarot Deck
I. The Description of Nine of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
On the Nine of Vessels WIldwood, one can see a figure of a person sitting cross-legged with arms wide open as if giving a blessing. The energy from the man spilled out in all directions: down to three vessels placed beneath, overflow three cups of water placed above, and into two cups placed beside him, and the ninth cauldron is fixed in his lap. It shines with light and energy generated by chakra.
II. The Meaning of Nine of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The divine and open cauldron of nature always welcomes those who absorb the source of knowledge with compassion. They are blessed through a renaissance.
III. The interpretation of Nine of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The fact that life in circulation and what we enjoy during good times that are the product of previous tireless efforts and hard work is easily forgotten when we are at the top of expertise, security, and power. Like a wise farmer, we must make great use of good fortune by planting the seeds of the future, and by helping those who are facing difficult times. That tolerance would be returned a thousand times if it were given with compassion and selfless goodwill.
To understand and recognize that you are just a path to those plentiful and rich blessings, and to let the blessings flow through you into the lives of others, let your luck spread and follow that growth and bring others to you. By dedicating your time, efforts, and energies, the divine blessings will always be with you. In this material and skeptical world, things like that often have little value. But those who have experienced this process for themselves will understand Theodore Isaac Rubin’s saying: “Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom.”
IV. The guideline of Nine of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
We are approaching the end of the Vessels cycle and now the suit’s energy is rising like the tide when we reach the Nine of Vessels. When we have gone through the Vessels suit, we have shaken off the thing that no longer serves us, grief over its departure, and embrace our spiritual rebirth, now, here in Nine of Vessels, emotional power flows from us into the world.
The key message here is Generosity. The lesson of the Generosity card is quite clear, without looking at the content, you can easily see that this card is to honor your abundance by giving to others; and by giving to others, in the end, you are rewarding yourself with good luck in the future. It is very important to consider the true meaning of abundance here since richness is not simply material wealth. Even when we are at our lowest, we still have something to give: a smile, a compliment, a gesture of kindness. The idea here is that we have the option to secure our own good fortune by giving it to others.
The saying, “you reap what you sow”, applies here. The energy and thoughts that you nourish and send to the universe will also be transferred back to you one after another. Therefore, if you make judgments or out of fear, you will soon encounter these topics in your own life. You will have the opportunity to learn the exact lesson of the Generosity card itself, and if you do not heed it, you will have to repeat it until you find liberation.
A seated figure is depicted in a meditative pose in the center of the card, surrounded by Vessels. From the figure flows incredible energy – the full-flowing energy of Vessels: Generosity, Compassion, and Love. This is more than the romantic love of the Two of Cups, this is agape, universal brotherly (and sisterly) love for our companions on the planet.
The generosity of spirit creates a connection between people. Share your good fortune via the open hand of intentional giving. Be mindful of our experience of the Eight of Vessels – what flows willingly from you comes back to you in the end. Today, the Nine of Vessels aks us: Where are you pulling in/shutting down away from the Nine Vessels energy? Where can you be expansive and embracing?
V. Keywords and extensions of Nine of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The water element, Give and receive love, Self-explanatory, Kindness, Wisdom, Grace, Openness the blessings of the Divine in any form without expecting it, Brave enough to let go of any expectations, Stay aware of one’s boundaries.