The Garden of Spirits

- meaning of Symbolon card and archetype -

spiritual world, rootlessness, Cinderella syndrome, insensitivity to the material world, dreaming, illusions
Interpretation of the card:
A young woman is planting a bush in a garden. She turns inward, because this is where her dreams come to life, in the form of wonderful images. Fairies dance in her garden, flowers talk to her, she lives in the spirit garden and immerses herself in the world of her visions. She recognizes that there is a real world, but it is far from her personal inner world, the realm of fairy tales.
Astrological Sign: Taurus/Pisces ︱ Planet: Venus/Neptune
The meaning of the Garden of Spirits Symbolon card
1) As a single or first card The problem
Without realizing it, you are absorbed in daydreams, waiting for them to come true, thus escaping reality. These dreams serve as a drug that further distances you from the world, yet you cannot get rid of them. They lull you into a false reality that doesn't exist on Earth, and most importantly, they make you passive.
​​​​​​​2) As the next cardWay through the problem
It is a crucial step in your life to leave behind everything you consider your home and embark on a journey. This often involves letting go of most of your belongings, as they become too much of a burden. With these material possessions, you can only dream, but you cannot move forward.
3) as the last card︱​​​​​​​Result
"All words spoken on Earth are but metaphors." You have finally understood the full meaning of this statement. You no longer need to engage in power struggles, but instead you observe the metaphors passively, and you will recognize yourself in them.
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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