“In the German fairy tale, The Goose Girl, the geese are symbols of innocence and vigilance. Their white feathers signify the wild and untamed spirit. The horse’s head represents judgment and reason; it serves as the goose girl’s conscience as she passes the threshold into wild pastures of unconscious matter. The stone wall divides helplessness and innocence from liberation and empowerment. She is becoming autonomous and no longer relies on her mother’s protection.”
“The stability of the stones contrasts the erratically growing vines. The white staff stands for truth and balance. The goose girl subconsciously points the staff in the direction away from the confining wall. her golden hair embodies virtue as winds sweep through it, indicating that a higher power is at work, and karma will bring about justice.”
MESSAGE FOR YOU
“There may come a time when we face an injustice. We need to learn to trust our instincts and proceed in a rational manner. Karmic forces are at work, and the truth will surface in time. But we must remain perceptive to the possible messages that may reveal themselves either through conscious experiences or unconscious dreamtime.”
Today’s message is from Lisa Hunt’s A Fairy Tale Tarot.