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Stands for: Thorn
Casting meaning: Thauris is a rune of defense, like the thorn it can resist an attack without a fight. The rune Thyth represents the power of enclosure and has the strength to breakdown disorder and chaos.
The Crossed Spears
Keywords: Arguments, negativity.
Meanings: The Crossed Spears is a rune that signifies arguments and negative events. Often this can be of an upsetting nature, rather like the Tower card in the tarot. It is not all bad though. If it is near to a positive rune it may indicate the end of a quarrel and healing. Especially if it lies near the Rings. This rune could mean a promotion at work, or a fast recovery if you’re ill.
Defense, courage, decisiveness, action that must be taken, confrontation
Tree: Holly (Ilex spp.)
Decisive action, victory. Setting hard limits. Rising above petty disputes and thereby overcoming them. Understanding the opposing force and reacting only when the time is right: the art of war. We are always at war with outside forces, whether it is advertisers trying to worm their way inside our heads with television and media or others trying to impose their belief systems on us out of insecurity and the fact misery loves company. Tinne is security without overconfidence. Know yourself an defend your boundaries.
Tinne indicates that you have to take a defensive position or perhaps an entire defense strategy. For those of us who hate confrontation, Tinne presents a familiar dread of being cornered. We are given no choice but to fight. For instance, you may be called upon to defend a defenseless person, perhaps with words or stronger stuff. Perhaps you are trying to attain a situation or a thing you want — a graduation, severance from a toxic individual or group, the completion of a project — and you have to fight against the tide to make it happen. Tinne can pop up in situations where other people act completely indecently and you are forced into either addressing it with them or taking action to avoid them.
Seeing Tinne as all negative is oversimplifying it. Tinne is honest. It tells you that you may have a confrontation and in doing so, you will have to face your own fears of losing, being powerless, or pissing somebody off.
Tinne says drawing limits is important: nobody is entitled to you or your time except maybe the children you chose to be parents to and your companion animals. Everybody else will just have to wait.
Questions to ask when you draw Tinne:
-Recall three times of challenge in your life where you had no choice but to go on the defense.
-Is there anything/anyone who is forcing you onto the warpath right now?
Tinne ill-dignified excess: Overly defensive
Being overly defensive results from anxiety. Is your anxiety based in reality because of the actual attacks from forces around you? If you are picking fights, learn to address the types of fatigue and anxiety that cause you to do this rather than looking for someone else to blame or retreating into a hard shell. Wanting to destroy the force that’s harassing you is human; it is those who the imagery out of their heads and act out the destruction who become monsters. As long as you don’t do this, you are normal and don’t need to worry. Don’t act out of hurt. Think about what causes you pain. Strategize before taking action.
Tinne ill-dignified dearth: In need of defenses
Not knowing yourself or low self-esteem may be taking the form that you think you’re in no danger of being permanently harmed. Looking for the bright side can be helpful but it can also be profoundly naive. Giving a terrible person a second, third, and fourth chance is foolish. You already know the result. Use discipline, including forms of self-discipline such as exercise and hygiene. Put boundaries in place in order to protect yourself and your loved ones. Don’t let other people walk all over you. You have important work to do and you need time to do it.
Chia Jên / Family Duties
Warming Air Currents rise and spread from the Hearthfire:
The Superior Person weighs his words carefully and is consistent in his behavior.
Be as faithful as a good wife.
One in this situation must be keenly aware of his influence on others.
Maintain a healthy respect for the ripple effect of your words and deeds.
To some you serve as a role model.
You can either help shape their world or tilt them into chaos.
Show temperance and consideration to all.
Angel Number 29: Meaning and Interpretation
You often see the number 29. Have you ever had 29 minutes of your birthday, car number, phone number, and suddenly?
That is angel number 29. This time, I will explain the meaning of angel number 29 and the message from the angel!
First of all, I would like to explain Angel Number 2 and Angel Number 9 that make up Angel Number 29!
The meaning of angel number “2”
Angel number 2 has the meaning of conviction and courage. It is a message of courage, belief and trust in the universe. Your wish is about to come true, and the message is that if you have the courage and the belief, your wish will always come true.
Even if it’s difficult, you can overcome it with strong conviction, and when you need patience, you’re exactly what you want.
The keywords for angel number 2 are femininity, shade, coordination, and relationships. Angel number 2 shows a soft, curvilinear, receptive, feminine force in the shade, while Angel number 1 symbolizes the masculineness in the sun and is strongly linear. The ability to accept a variety of things, the ability to listen. It also means peace and emphasis.
The meaning of angel number “9”
Angel number 9 shows that you serve people through your innate skills and talents. It also means the end of a cycle and at the same time a new cycle begins.
Perhaps you are now trying to break out of any situation, stage, or relationship. But please be assured. Beyond that, new hopes and experiences await. There is a lot to do. It’s time to start preparing for it.
Caring, thoughtful, philanthropic and serving the people. The angel is urging you to lead people on a positive path.
Message of angel number 29 …
Animal Spirit Guide or Helper
Coyote Symbolism, Meaning & The Coyote Spirit Animal
Coyote symbolism and meanings include cleverness, trickery, adaptability, and other qualities. Because their natural range encompasses Canada, the U.S., and Central America, coyotes are portrayed in the legends and oral history of Native American tribes throughout these regions. In addition, the coyote spirit animal is an important being in the spiritual belief systems of many of these cultures.