Full Moon in Cancer: Tarot Spell To Make A Diplomatic Decision

My mother and my sister-in-law always had an uncanny way of diffusing a situation when things get tense.  Not to mention, their wanderlust for travel and exploration is amazing.  It's no surprise that the Chariot card is the zodiac counterpart for Cancer.  When you're feeling the reigns of your personal vehicle tilting, this short and straightforward spell will help bring you back on track.

Ready? Let us dive right into it.

You Will Need:

  • A figurine or plush doll that represents you.
  • One clear quartz crystal
  • One obsidian crystal
  • The Chariot tarot card (deck of your choice)
  • Sea salt

Directions:

  • Gather your items and find a safe place to place them in an area where they won't be disturbed. 
  • Lay out your personal space just as indicated in the picture below.  

 

  • Take your sea salt and cast a circle around your items while reciting the following:
    O Goddess, with your moon so bright
    May you illuminate my intentions tonight
  • Sit comfortably in front of your personal space and examine the tarot card. What are you trying to control? What do you need to do in order to regain your power? Are you facing a difficult situation where you need to make a tough call? Try to imagine yourself in a calm and gentle manner.  Imagine the figurine/plush toy of yourself is holding your hand. Though it may be tiny, they are chock full of power. Let them provide you another way for you to make your decision. Feel the reins of your own vehicle adjusting to a straight path. 
  • When you're ready, recite the following spell:
    Once a shadow, now becomes the light
    May my decision become forthright
    I see my destination at the end
    Full of care and love, this will amend
  • Leave the Chariot card, crystals, figurine and sea salt circle during the Full Moon in Cancer. Once the moon moves to the next sign, you may remove them.  Be sure to thank your spirit guides for their assistance.

I hope you enjoy this spell! Let me know what you think in the comments.

Blessings,
Diana