Letters From Thoth & The New Era Elements
2 of Disks (Thoth)
Harmony of Change - Crowley calls this card, "the picture of the complete manifested Universe, in respect of its dynamics." Like a cell first dividing, the 2 yin-yangs whirl in the center of the ouroboros' coils, all the elements represented and ready to create.
2 of Earth (NEE)
Eternal cycles of change, flexibility and transmutation - this card has a tree with winter on one side and summer on the other. Nature knows just how to follow the seasons in a perfectly evolved flow. This is a reminder for us to be flexible as well - going with the flow and not getting stuck in rigid outlooks.
Do not fear change! Don't get stuck and stagnate for fear of trying something unknown. Nature shows us that change is necessary to keep us growing and expanding.
I have an ouroboros tattoo which has many meanings to me, one of the main ones is, "My end, is also my beginning."
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