We all have inner kingdoms to discover within ourselves, is the symbolic meaning of the myth of Jason. We are linked through long timelines to ideas, emotional realms to explore, inventions, culture or intellectual pursuits. Our upbringing can never fully define us. There are still traits, talents and roads to explore outside of what we have come to know. Our bloodline connects us to information and experiences from our family of birth. Our soul is connected to the larger energies of the universe. It is connected to our soul group. The physical world connects us to the tangible reality. Reality is the place to be if you want to create something new. Life is now.
Since daily routine and persevering is not easy for most people this card shows encouragement to those of you who are not to too fond of routine. The apron which covers the heart chakra, the solar plexus and the navel chakra, gives us a clue. It tells you: you do not have to like it, you do not need a lot of energy and you do not need emotional bonding in order to get this done. A good routine bypasses all these requirements. All you need is an intention and get to work. Routine has benefits as it makes work and daily tasks easier. If you have to muster up the energy and enthusiasm for certain tasks daily, it drags you down. It is much harder to lollow through. Establishing a routine makes this much lighter, more efficient and.... it gets the job done.
The situation you’re in or the challenge you are facing needs an emotional caring approach. The task here is to take full responsibility for your emotional well being. Take some time for introspection to see what needs healing inside of you or in the situation at hand. Use your intuition in solving this issue. Then allow these insights to fuel your creative passion. Find a creative solution.
I openly share my message of wisdom and love, that which excites me and spurs me on. Feel free to join me in my personal adventure and let’s share the fun of going forward with optimism, enthusiasm and energy. I play the game of life with Dynamic Passion.
This card speaks of harmony between people in relationships, at work among a team. Having successfully build foundations for happiness through structured actions. Peace and security derive from personal structures. It is a celebration of combined talent and energy. Even reversed this card doesn’t loose its positive meaning. A small addional warning is given when reversed: Do appreciate the small stuff, open your eyes to beauty and abundance in your surroundings. Give thanks.
Time to return to stillness, to silence. To enter the darkness inside and spend time in your inner space. To dwell between things unseen and knowledge not revealed yet, in your own Soulspace.
Knights are often associated with teenagers or young adults. Due to the restlessness, optimism and determination that is associated with the Knights. And just like teenagers, this knight doesn’t really care about the future ahead. Now is the moment to take action. Planning? Pfff who needs that! The Knight has a point here. He is all about action. Let him inspire you if you’ve become stuck. Or forever re-evaluating plans.This Knight is an inspirational partner for change and movement. He is a catalyst in our maturing process. In order to change and move forward we need to speed up, take action, do the wild and unexpected thing. Be bold and honorable. Just like the Knights in the old tales, let your love guide you. Honor that which you love. Connect with your deepest intention and dreams and take a bold step.
The Hierophant indicates that this is a favorable time to embark on a spiritual journey. Take time to reflect on how your own experience of life aligns with your ethics. Do you need a new ritual or images to strengthen your spiritual intentions? Who in your close circle of loved ones could benefit from your spiritual insights? Can you offer compassion and love? Can you offer compassion and love to yourself?