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8Jun/12Off

Wildwood COTD : Major #10 ~ The Wheel

Today we have another Major come and join us, the Wheel Card, the card of change. How the Wildwood represents this card is rather unique, the loom is seen in both night and day time. An interesting take on the Wheel.

Major 10 The Wheel

Major 10
The Wheel

What does the Wheel say to you? To me, it's a symbol of change. Like the Green Man and The Great Bear before, they asked that I prepare for the change. Now, I'm getting hints (okay, I don't think this is a hint, but a very strong suggestion of!) that things are going to change. Usually, The Wheel is a good thing: you get to come up and do things that are positive.

What do you need to change? What are the things you need to let go of and what do you need to embrace? These are all questions that The Wheel asks of us. Change is one of those certain things in life. It's like taxes and death: it's certain.

The trick comes, with how you embrace that change, work that chance. Like this ancient loom that hangs between the two hazel trees, things regenerate. Life is a constant flux, a tide.

Some believe you cannot make a difference, that fate has it all planned out for us. Now I have the Queen song, Who Wants To Live, Forever? going through my head. Well, I don't believe that anything is set in stone. We might have markers that we need to get to in our life, like a start line in a race that goes around and around, but that does not mean we always get there the same way at the relevant time. Sometimes, we're too slow or too fast and Fate isn't ready. It's often how we get there.

However, a step change is now afoot. You are the driver, the person whose actions can change your life. You're not a prisoner of fate, but  an integral part of it. Oh, if you're waiting for the dress rehearsal, you're out of luck. Sorry.

My suggestion is that you embrace the change, or it will change you and that might be somewhat hard to swallow and live with. Take control of your actions and try to be at peace. Everything comes to an end at some point.

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  1. For me, the Wheel in the Wildwood is to do with weaving your way into the ‘acceptance’ of change and the ability to respond appropriately to the change… whatever these changes may be, might have mentioned this before… doesn’t that coat that is being woven look familiar, it’s elswhere in the deck too.

  2. Yes, it does appear in several places and I feel you’re right: Weaving the change into your life is accepting the change. The trick though, is to weave it: rather than try and not wear it ;)


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