Two of Swords
denying true feelings, stifling a natural response, keeping another at arm's length, hiding distress, being defensive, avoiding the truth, ignoring the warning signs, being at a stalemate ~ but also ~ standing together, the brother at your back
Alright, now look what you've done. Yes, you - you know who you are!
This card was not meant to be the two of swords. Jim drew this as our Solstice card last year - a solstice king and his green man. It was obviously meant to be The Sun. (finding the sense behind the chaos, getting to the heart of the matter, experiencing greatness, trusting your abilities, forgiving yourself)
But the more slashy goodness that has crept in this last year, the more I started to think about it for this spot. Any opinions on placement?
Jim and I honor a winter myth every year. This is where to look if you would like to see more of our Lightbringers