We walked until we found a tree that spoke to us, then silently asked the tree's permission before burying our offerings at its roots. It was moving and healing, and we cried and hugged, and then spent some time walking on the heath, reconnecting with life - our own bodies in movement, and the earth that is still dark from winter, but with small hints of the spring to come.
On Sunday, I drew these three cards from the Mystical Kipper (Königsfurt-Urania, 2007):
|Fiechter & Trösch|
Moving forward, what we have is a "Judicial person". While this can indicate some sort of legal situation - a court case, a job for a solicitor, and so on - it also has echoes of the Justice card in tarot. I read it as saying that moving on means taking some time to assess the situation dispassionately. I notice, too, the little gnome on the judge's shoulder. Perhaps a need to listen to spirit in this... And the peacock outside the courthouse shows that it's time to look for the beauty in life outside of this situation. As my reading last week said, it's time to re-find my joy in life, and maybe that will also help me decide how to move forward more dispassionately, no longer so stuck in the sad and bad feelings!