The Ailing King

- meaning of Symbolon card and archetype -

sickness, joylessness of everyday life, exhaustion, escape into illness, patience, death of ego
Interpretation of the card:
The king has laid down his crown, scepter, and mantle, and lies helpless in bed. Tired, with eyes closed, he clings to a prayer book, as if it could provide comfort and restore his lost sense of security. The room is plain, reflecting the king's EGO going through a difficult time. A bitter medicine, meant to cure his misery, sits on the bedside table.

Astrological Sign: Leo/Virgo ︱ Planet: Sun/Mercury
The meaning of the Ailing King Symbolon card
1) As a single or first card The problem
You try to avoid reality by hiding in illness. Your ego can't handle the lack of recognition and instead seeks refuge in a safe place. Before facing reality, you retreat into bed seeking comfort and protection.
2) As the next cardWay through the problem
You are facing a challenge in which you feel unfulfilled and lacking excitement. Your current situation requires patience and resilience from you. Embrace the difficulties and focus on small victories, as they will lead you closer to your desired outcome. Boredom is a common struggle in moments of monotony, but by accepting and persevering through this phase, you can eventually find fulfillment again.
3) as the last card︱​​​​​​​Result
You are now able to handle difficult situations calmly and without frustration. You have embraced the idea that progress is made through small steps and that everything cannot always be accomplished at once. This mindset allows you to live a more fulfilling life, free from constant stress and anxiety.
Learn to use the Symbolon cards:
Unlock the power of self-discovery and understanding with Symbolon cards. This unique card deck not only helps you with self-development, but also provides insight into your astrological makeup. Whether you're looking to gain a deeper understanding of yourself or use the cards for divination, Symbolon cards are a powerful tool for personal growth and self-discovery. 
Source: Peter Orban - Thea Weller - Ingrid Zinnel: Symbolon

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