Page of Cups, Servants of the Light Tarot


Theme: "being a light bringer"

Page of Cups two days in a row.

Card: Keeper of Crescent ('Page of Cups')
"This card has the meaning of a quiet and slightly dreamy woman, full of deep passion and feelings. In this case, still waters do run very deep indeed."


General meaning - to couple with the theme "being a light bringer".
"Creative opportunities, intuitive messages, curiosity, possibility."
"The Page of Cups invites you to have an open and curious mind. Be open to anything..."
Be open to the fact that anything can be light-bringing? Even things you don't think or ever could imagine? And maybe also in ways I can't imagine?
Eye-openers to isn't the same eye-openers for someone else. 
I'm very much experiencing this now. 
How I'm bringing light to relationships by following advice in cards - even when I'm doubting, sometimes a lot. How I bring light to other's lives by listening, drawing cards, glancing through their horoscopes, consult my intuition - and "connecting dots". Abstract creativity. I guess that version of creativity is my favourite kind!
It's certainly much about curiosity. How to remain open, curious, positive and eager to generate light even from/to the most confusing and tiresome situations. But not too eager - risking ego-intervention and pushing.
Never forgetting that the smallest "actions of light" can have deep long-lasting effect and change the direction for how things are going in a new deep-felt way.  
"Open your mind to all possibilities, especially those of a creative or intuitive nature, you will be pleasantly surprised. Be ready to dream the impossible dream, and explore the magic of your fullest potential, even if it seems out of reach. The Page of Cups is asking you to embrace your inner child and believe that anything is possible."
"This card often appears when you are being called to trust your intuition and be open to the multitude of intuitive messages coming your way. Look for synchronicities and signs from nature that will guide you on your path. They may come from unexpected places, or they may not even make sense to your rational mind; be open to the possibility and ready to discover new aspects of yourself. It is like following 'intuitive breadcrumbs' - one intuitive clue leads you to the next thing, and the next, and the next." (biddy)