The Hanged Man-2 吊るし人-2

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Meanings and Interpretation 


-A person with sacred philosophy who willingly descend from the light into the darkness for the purpose of serving others.

-Trust, faith and gratefulness in the midst of a trial based on the importance of experiencing constructive difficulty.

-Enjoying challenges.

-Consideration and compassion for others.


-Being asked to make a sacrifice that is too big and potentially harmful.

-Feeling confused, as if the world has been turned upside down, and not being able to take any action.

-Being set in a strict concept and not recognizing the lack of progress.

-Being simply staggered, not having a choice to go anywhere.

Advice (should be referred to especially along with Shadow Side):

-Change the learned emotional patterns, intellectual behavioral patterns, false concept of values, and general images of the world are needed.

-Conquer ego, let go and surrender to experience – It is a difficult task and may need to be faced over and over before it is fully incorporated

-When feeling stuck or experiencing a trial, not only have patience, but change perspective and thoughts

















“Daily Tarot Note” of Kashiopia’s Enlightenment Tarot, published by Kashiopia.



The Hanged Man-1 吊るし人 -1

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A turning point in life in which stopping to assess a situation is necessary.
It is as if you are hanging in the air patiently until a new view of the things – a proper way of restarting – is discovered. It is a time of consideration. The forced relaxation gives the opportunity to relax and reflect, to sort thoughts and ideas out and find a new way to cope with a situation.

“Daily Tarot Note” of Kashiopia’s Enlightenment Tarot, published by Kashiopia.