It can be difficult to discern your predicament from the perspective of The Hanged. Falling petals and thorns indicate danger and wasting time. Clouds linger, heavy with raindrops. And yet, there is health and cleansing from rain, grace in the aging process, and protection in thorns.
This nymph enjoys their body, in awe of the spectacle, curious about their position, but finding new ideas with each moment spent suspended upside-down.
This card often means: Wait an
Excerpt from Dark Days Tarot Guidebook by Emily Mundy: XII. The Hanged Man The Hanged Man represents a mind that is “hanging” or suspended in a stagnant realm of distorted acuity. The reversed position signifies the imperative need to perceive ourselves from an alternative angle. More effort and care is needed to liberate our minds from this sticky stagnancy. The card upright suggests that life has decelerated for a time to allow the querent to recognize what needs to be