The month of May has a strong focus on manifestation and the cards are guiding our attention to our vibrational output via our thoughts, focus, beliefs, and expectations. May is the fifth month of the year and the number five is all about change. The guidance for the month arrives to us via the Five of Pentacles, which asks us, in this context, to consider how we are thinking about our lives on the material plane; we may benefit from making changes to what we are focusing on in order to improve the manifested outcomes. You’ve got this, reminds The Magician; you have all the tools you need to create whatever you want.
Q1: Overall energies of May: The Magician
The Magician comes in with a reminder that we create our realities. We get to mould and shape outcomes through what we focus on, believe, and expect. This month, we may become especially aware of our own power as we align with our truth and strengthen our confidence. Life on Earth affords us a great palette from which we can select the ingredients we want to play with and choose what to include in our experience. Knowing—believing—that we can have whatever we ask for brings it to us with surety.
Q2: Week 1: Nine of Cups
This week, we are encouraged to revel in the feeling of abundance. When we find things to appreciate and spend time appreciating them, we draw to us more of the same. The world is rich with manifestations and experiences to admire and we may benefit from doing more of that, even if only in our daydreams. We get what we focus on, and this week we’re encouraged to choose what we focus on with care. We can decide to allow into our minds, and therefore our vibrations, only what we want to see grow.
Q3: Week 2: Knight of Swords
The Knight of Swords is a man on a mission. He goes after what he wants with single-minded focus. This is a good card to follow the previous two, as it offers encouragement to focus our attention and our thoughts only on what we want. This month is all about manifestation, says The Magician, and we have what it takes to create the change we seek. You can do this! says the knight. While this card seems action-oriented, the best action we can take is inspired action that comes to us when we are vibing high. It’s like they say: consider the source. If the inspired action comes when you’re not feeling so good, it’s better to get into a high-flying place and choose from there.
Q4: Week 3: Queen of Wands
Wands signify the will and manifestation, and this queen is very much in her power. She’s confident and creative, and her abundant life is evidence of her fertility and her ability to create what she desires. Let the mind be a fertile garden, says the queen. Do not let the weeds into your garden. Choose your thoughts with care and go easy on yourself if you falter. Simply pivot to choose thoughts that reflect what you want to focus on when you catch yourself in a place you don’t want to be. Flow and trust yourself. Practice yields improvement.
Q5: Week 4: Justice
The scales will balance. Where something has been off-kilter, it will be set to rights. Where you have made room in your life by clearing out what was old, what needed to go, and what no longer served, the universe will fill with what you are attracting, which is wherever you’re vibrating. Keeping your vibe high will bring to you only what is good and what you have asked for. Abraham-Hicks teaches that, when beliefs and expectations align, manifestations flow in to match them.
Q6: Guidance for May: Five of Pentacles
Five is a number of change and pentacles represent the physical plane, which includes home, career, finance, and any other aspects of the lived experience. The only constant is change, and meanwhile, we get to choose what we focus on. If this card is the guidance for the month, then it may be inviting us to change where we’re focused to improve our vibration. That could mean intentionally shifting our thoughts to the positive and focusing on the solution to activate what is wanted and allow the solutions to flow in. Doing this consistently can be a game changer.