Day 32 counting the Omar, Netzach of Hod (Endurance in Humility) involves the flexibility and reflective give and take Love requires. Here it is united with the Ketar Infinite Emenation and Potential of Cups the Realm of Emotion and Love, reflection of the element Water. In the pictorial image, the waters above and the waters below eternally fill and pour forth from the cup. Like the perpetual give and take of Netzach in Hod, it represents our capacity for feeling. In the sphere of emotion, the realm of valuing is where we decide what we believe is good or bad. It is the beginning of love, joy, abundance, healing power and fecundity.
KETAR, ACE OF CUPS
Essence: Ketar of Cups embraces the essence and potential of the Cups suit: the watery realm which dissolves boundaries, governs our emotions and capacity for love and relationship. It is about values–what we value and how our relationships evolve, reflect and express our values.
The Ketar of Cups represents the realm of feeling—emotion and the capacity for love and relationship. It is the gift that gives and receives. It is the transcendent Love that is the breath of life. Where the Ketar, Ace of Wands is the inspiration to create, the Ace of Cups is the motivation.
Ketar of Cups reflects the central mother, Mem, embracing the element Water. In the pictorial image, the waters above and the waters below eternally fill and pour forth from the cup. It is our capacity for feeling. In the sphere of emotion, the realm of valuing is where we decide what we believe is good or bad. It is the beginning of love, joy, abundance, healing power and fecundity
It is the ability to merge, to change and be changed by what we love, for Ketar of Cups contains the mutable water of love that destroys egotism. Through recognizing and valuing the other, as we also would wish to be seen and valued, we close the gulf that separates us from others and our world. The Ketar of Cups is about our ability to love, to touch and to be touched, including but not limited to the transcendent power of sex.
In the Ace of Cups peace, reciprocity, the union of soul mates, infinite compassion, spiritual sustenance, and the path of the heart are initiated.
When the Ketar of Cups is reversed it represents emotional repression or denial concerning emotions or feelings. It is an indication that we are confused about our feelings and emotions. Or, it might be an indication that although we think we are making clear choices unclouded by emotion, actually the reverse is true. We may be emotionally cut off and removed rather than engaged.
When we deny rather than face our negative emotions, we give them more power to cause harm. The choice is always ours. By admitting our shadow into consciousness, painful though it is to our egos, we become free and able to receive the blessings of love, connection, relationship, and emotional growth contained in the upright Ketar of Cups