Ten of Swords + 6 of Cups, Radiant Wisdom + Maat
Repetition is the mother of skill and knowledge - also when it comes to healing tough stuff!
Oh what a harmonious image with beautiful birds flying about, in unison flying in the same direction!
From the outside, it may look like we're handling life's challenges with ease, like there's not a doubt in our minds - but that's because we make it look so.
The traditional version of this card: Ten of Swords, showing a man laying face down with 10 swords in his back.
Repeatedly we're tracing our steps, going back to our pasts for clues to things happening in the present.
Again and again we feel like giving up, like it's all just a pointless charade.
We certainly do have troubles keeping our facades, and understanding how others can't se the silliness in everything that's going on.
We ponder the roles events and people have in our lives, and wonder how come others don't.
(C6 - the card of 'revisiting the past')
But no matter how painful, we're determined to reconstruct our inner world.
To make a shift from surviving to thriving.
To trust the cosmic order of things.
We're determined to go back and embrace our exiles (google IFS/Richard Schwartz).
Unburden them and set them free.
Free to play and shine once again, like they're ment to do!
And help all our parts to 'fly in the same direction' :)
Events and relationships can help us do all this, as they activate all the parts in us that wants to heal, but don't know how.
Theme: "a celebratory approach to life"
Card: Ten of Air - Repetition
Theme: "personification of truth, justice, and the cosmic order"
Card: Six of Cups (R)
"rethinking and reconstruction of a situation"
"children learn from relationships"