This week I am going to talk about the queen of bows and how she can help guide you through the times when there does not seem to be a logical or methodical way out of a situation. So lets look at the card in depth and see what insights we can see. The first thin is that a hare is depicted, now hares in several different cultures are creatures of magic and mystery. Think of the story of Alice in Wonderland the white rabbit is the first character that Alice sees, why because he is presented in our world the physical realm and is the only character other than Alice herself who is seen in both places.
Rabbits and hares are seen as shapeshifters and guides to the spiritual realm, they queen of Bows in this case is clearly a card that embodies the magic and mystery that can defies the logical mind. This is also emphasized by the moon in the background another strong indicator of the cards link to intuition and the ability to trust that intuition. As a court card the Queen of bows often comes up in a reading when the answer to the question lies not in the person knowledge and experience but rather in their emotions and intuition. For example if there is a question of whether a person should trust a new interest with something deeply personal, or whether it is a good time to start a new project. Being from the Suit of bows she also has a strong, meaning that she is often confident and creative in her ideas and endeavors so how can she help you with the problems you may be facing.
Lets start by asking yourself some seemingly simple, but nonetheless powerful questions
- What are my feelings telling about the situation right now?
- What does my intuition tell me i should do?
- How much do I rust my intuition?
- What are the things my intuition is telling me I need to make things happen?
Now going by intuition alone is only part of the answer though it is powerful guide, that is important to strengthen. It is also important to call on other resources as well the queen is intuitive but also wise she know when to rely on intuition and when to call on experience and knowledge.
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