Two of Moths
TWO OF MOTHS
The two heads of a southern painted turtle are faced with a difficult decision. Each of them has the choice to taste a moth floating just out of reach, but to eat one is to lose the other. It may seem easy to just avoid the choice entirely, but that means going hungry. Upright, the Two of Moths acts as a reminder that we will be faced with difficult decisions in our lives, and it is how we approach such choices that define us. Each choice may have its own negative consequences, but the choice has to be made regardless. If you are facing indecision, it may be an important time to seek new viewpoints and weigh the pros and cons of what each choice may entail.
Reversed: The two-headed turtle is confused, and both moths make their escape. In the reverse position, the Two of Moths suggests you may have too much input from others on a decision you have to make. This can confuse and complicate a decision where you need to focus on your own needs and intuition as to what outcome is best. You may also find yourself in a situation where there is no good answer, or trying to arbitrate between to people at odds with each other.