Today, the Great Bear comes out to join us. Two Majors in two days?? I get the feeling that I am getting a smack around the head somewhat! Especially so since this is Wildwoods’ answer to the RWS Judgement card.
This is the card of renewal, of challenges, the inescapable truth. The ancient burial mound of the passage grave reminds me of a Monty Python saying: Nothing is certain, save death and taxes! (And he’s a very naughty boy!)
This bear is calling the good souls out. What are good souls? Well, that’s debatable, in some quarters. Nature and the universe is far simpler than human religions would have us believe.
The book says that the Great Bear is the Guardian of the forest ways, she / he, holds the power of life and death in those rather large, dangerous paws. Could he offer renewed wisdom and inner healing to take place? In that process, there is the place where you can forgive things. Goodness, I think I have a handle now on what it’s asking of me. Drat if it is!
The book offers this in its near parting wisdom: Be honest, be forgiving, be patient but most of all, be assured that change is at hand. The Universe has a -long- memory. Nothing is forgotten: nothing is ever forgotten.
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