Exciting and neeeeewwwwwww
Well, perhaps not new. Created while hanging from the wrong end of a tree branch, the Nordic god Odin (father of the hammer-happy Thor) created the Runes as a way to get in touch with his touchy-feely side. Karma is delving into that side of herself lately too and passing the savings down to you! To have your runes read by Karma, please contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Anthony C. wrote to us, requesting advice
unexpected event: he has just discovered he has a
sister. He is wondering on how to build a relationship
with her. After a bit of evaluation, I decided that
his question could be better answered with a 3-Rune
spread, rather than consulting the cards.
In a 3-rune reading, the runes are arranged side by
side and read right to left (3,2,1) Rune 1 represents
an overview of the situation. Rune 2 is the challenge
that the situation provides, and the third rune is the
action called for by the situation.
Jera (Harvest, Fertile Season, One Year)
Kano, reversed (Closing, Darkness)
Isa (Standstill, Withdrawal, Ice)
Isa describes the state that I'm sure Anthony's mind
is in: a state of standstill. But holding onto his
previous perceptions (that of life without a sister)
will only lead to shallowness and a sense of being out
of touch with life. Anthony should see this a chance
to perhaps have a restoration and renewal of himself
at the deepest level. But it will take work and time.
Think of it as nurturing a seed to grow.
Kano, reversed,indicates that the Anthony who did not
have a sister is being replaced with a new person.
Give up the old way gladly, and be prepared to develop
a new inner stability.
Jera is a rune signifying beneficial outcomes of an
endeavor to which one is committed. There are,
however, no quick results. It could be that it takes a
year to develop a good relationship with the new
sister. If both Anthony and his sister go slowly, and
persevere, they can end up with a wonderful