Position One: What phase of the moon am I in — waxing, full, or waning?
When I first read this question I was really worried about how to read waxing, full, or waning from a card. But the World clearly says full!
Position Two: What benefits does it bring me?
It should give me the power and light necessary to explore the mysterious world of my unconscious during this new time in my life.
Position Three: How does it challenge me?
Two of Cups
As I’ve spoken of before, giving freely in love is a new and challenging experience. But the metaphor of a full moon certainly describes where I’m at as far as being ready to really give it a go. So it’s a challenge, but one I’m up for.
Position Four: How can I meet the challenge?
Eight of Cups
By leaving behind my carefully constructed walls and assumptions about the world and how love works (or doesn’t). The Eight of Cups acknowledges that it’s not the world’s easiest choice, but the choice is made and I am moving forward.
Position Five: What will come next?
Three of Swords
Go away, Three of Swords! I’m tired of seeing you! And what are you doing in this position?
Huszka’s little white book frames this as a card of letting go. While I am using logic to overcome my deeply emotional fears regarding relationships, it doesn’t mean it will be a painless transition. So perhaps this is a reminder that a new direction won’t automatically make it all sunshine and rainbows. There will be discomfort and possibly pain. This card also features a moon. So in this position I read that as deception. Any pain that comes will likely result from the irrational beliefs that I hold, so when it happens I should stop and examine the pain and the beliefs behind the pain.