Two of Vessels – Wildwood Tarot Deck
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I. The Description of Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The two figures are humanoid, in which a woman with a horse head and a man with a stag head. The two of them stand face to face with each other, one of their arms is raised high and the other is lowered. Their arms are shaped like a diamond and in the middle is a heart full of insecurity. Lowering from their hands is a stream of water flows straight into the two cups placed on the low hill at their feet.
II. The Meaning of Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
Initial attraction and exploration of self-abilities. Origin of friendship or a potential relationship and precursor to the exchange of energy resources between the parties. Opposite and attractiveness in life.
III. The interpretation of Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The first spark when two people are attracted to each other can take place in a simple and uncomplicated way on the outside. However, the basic psychological interaction and clever effect, which is triggered as the first magical exchange, is often complex and has electrical catalysis. We receive millions of implicit messages and signals from everything around us, and at the same time, unconsciously experience the stimuli and react to them as the explicit mechanism of reflexes in every moment of the day.
We also absorb body language, scents, as well as body gestures subconsciously and respond to them emotionally based on the motivations and decision-making instincts developed over millennia The instant feeling of dislike for someone is driven by the same series of sensory journeys developed by humans over time as we roam freely across the African desert; “Love at first sight” still retains its value today. Our perceptions and signals are shared, acknowledged, and exchanged. They cross the boundaries of protection and form an initial bond between the parties – the foundation for deep and lasting attraction.
IV. The guideline of Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
In the wood, there are two figures that stand before us, reflecting each other’s posture. The male stands with his right hand raised, palm to palm with the left hand of the female figure. Their opposite hands pour water into two cups that lie on a hillock. The male figure has the head of a six-pointed red deer stag, the female has the head and flowing mane of a horse. Hanging in the air between them is a fiery red heart.
Horse and Stag say: “You have already encountered our heart in the Wildwood in the Three of Arrows. There it hung broken on the tree by jealousy, here we show it in its true and natural state – set aflame by attraction. The attraction is your beginning. The waters of true relationship flow endlessly from us.”
The Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot asks us: In your life, what is attracting your attention? Is it worthy of your attention or a distraction?
V. Keywords and extensions of Two of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The water element, Acknowledge and trust your primal instincts, Allow the ancient subconscious facets encoded within the ebb, Let the flow of any emotional dynamic emerge naturally and flow freely and enable the healthy emotional cycle, Establish wellbeing and trust within any relationship, Trust our instincts in matters of the heart, Act with sincerity and positive motivation.