metamorphosis, soul-bird with ornate feathers, destruction and resurrection (death and rebirth), loss of purpose, molt
Interpretation of the card:
Astrological Sign: Scorpio/Aquarius ︱ Planet: Pluto/Uranus
The image depicts the Phoenix, the bird of the soul, rising from its ashes with vibrant feathers. Below it lies a broken world from which it has freed itself. The Phoenix can only be reborn when nothing of the old remains. Only after complete destruction, can a new beginning be built. This transformation process is rejuvenating for the soul but incredibly painful and destructive for the ego.
The meaning of the Phoenix Symbolon card
1) As a single or first card︱ The problem
WHAT IS THE SUBJECT?
Your old beliefs and perspectives are already obsolete, but you still hold onto them and fail to recognize that they no longer serve you. In a way, you are clinging to something that is already "dead." Your soul is currently trapped, the bird of the soul is slowly suffocating due to the lack of freedom. Be prepared for the fact that if you open the door of its cage, your old way of life and structure will crumble and you will be left facing a pile of rubble and ashes.
2) As the next card︱Way through the problem
HOW TO DEAL WITH IT?
Nothing in your life will remain unchanged. Your journey involves a process of passing away, from which you can rise like a Phoenix from the ashes, only if you have the courage to let go of what is no longer serving you. Growth and advancement can only occur after letting go of the old. New forms of your life can only emerge after the old has been broken down and transformed, like decomposition.
3) as the last card︱Result
WHERE DOES IT LEAD?
The Phoenix rises from the ruins of the past in beautiful, sparkling colors, signaling the end of a phase in your life. Your soul has freed itself from its rigidity and has come to understand the concept of dying within a lifetime and being reborn to start a new chapter.
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Source: Peter Orban - Thea Weller - Ingrid Zinnel: Symbolon