Yesterday’s post, the Nine of Wands Reversed, was basically about letting go of defensiveness. To carry on the theme of letting go, today’s draw is the Hanged Man, a person who has somehow managed to get tied by the ankle to danglie upside down from a wooden T cross. Yet he seems at peace withContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Hanged Man”
Doing nothing is, in fact, doing something in the same way that pausing for the rests in music is a part of playing music.
On Letting Go and Embracing the Unknown The hanged man represents the energy, the power, the gift of being able to let go, sacrifice, embrace the unknown in the faith it will take you where you are supposed to go. Reversed, it is encouraging me to ruminate on what happens when you try to avoidContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Hanged Man, Reversed”
My three year old daughter sings a song that goes something like “We’re so busy buzzing bees”. I have this stuck in my head to the tune of the Sex Pistols “Pretty Vacant” (We’re so busy/Oh so busy/Busy buzzing bee-ees). If I sing it that way, it’s pointed out “that’s not right”. But to meContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Hanged Man”