There are circumstances in everyday life where it is good to have recourse to a circulation of free tarot. Without a doubt, one of the decks less welcome is the hanging. Knowledge of the meaning of the symbolism of this deck is imposed for not avoiding unfounded fear. Let us examine what meant when appears it in Chuck. There are few cards that relate more directly to this mythology. Odin, the Norse God is represented in it. Being the main deity, their symbolism occupies a broad spectrum of meanings. Odin commanded everything related to war and death, but is also the God of wisdom.
He is also the father of the Valkyries, the mythical women who gathered the Warriors fallen in combat. The arcane shows Odin hanging from the tree of the world. It counts the legend that there was a mythical tree, the tree of the world, on which the nine worlds in which the Scandinavians representing the universe were supported. On one occasion, Odin decided to sacrifice themselves hanging during nine days a standing to be able to retain the runes of power. The runes are the gateway to the world of divination, a power that Odin wanted for himself. In order to obtain the runes, and become wise, Odin decides to hang also pierced by a spear for nine days as a sacrifice. This is how Odin becomes the God of wisdom, only through self immolation.
One of the disadvantages more big to comprehend the significance of this arcane is the resistance that people have to perceive the true meaning of the same. He Hung speaks to us of one thing: the personal sacrifice for a purpose. We all know, and thus we teach our children, it is necessary to sacrifice themselves to achieve what one wants. However, when the time comes, not everyone has the Temperance do. But the teaching of the hanging is clear. Foursquare may not feel the same. The only way of finding wisdom is through personal sacrifice. Not all sacrifices have the same degree of suffering or punish. When this deck is revealed in the tarot free, it is necessary to consider deeply about what kind of sacrifice is being asked us. All the good and positive things in life demand a sacrifice. The best of marriages involves sacrificing personal freedom. Sacrifice requires a balance between what is given and what is received, for which spending is not useless.