Which rune caught your eye first? or Pick a number 1, 2 or 3 to see what message you have chosen...
1.Rune - Jera
Your hard work has long since been completed, and now comes the time to reap the rewards for prior hardships. Life giving sustenance rises from the Earth. Jera is an indication of plenty. Because the rune refers to the harvest, it also indicates a time of subtle change. The endless roll of seasons is referenced here, and the need to remember that leaner times may be on the horizon. Everything is happening as it should happen, and the time is coming to enjoy it. Jera may also represent that little extra push that one needs to finish a job -- that final motivation that sees a job through to its successful conclusion.
2.Rune - Eihwaz It is a rune which is considered sacred to Odin, the one who collects the souls of the dead people for their easy travel to the “underworld”.
When it’s on the right side, Eihwaz is considered to be a rune that symbolizes death, but it should be taken as a natural process, (as we know death does not only occur when people attain old age, and after that, leave this world and all its materialistic pleasures, it can happen suddenly or in a way that feels unjust) Eihwaz signifies the value of death in our life as a simple process for taking birth again and getting a new life. Endurance and calmness are required to pass through a bad or a dull phase in one’s life. This indirectly also tells us that without old things moving out of our life, the coming of new things isn’t possible.
You may hear of a death or be entering a new chapter in your life.
3.Rune - Perthro Perthro is the force which flows back and forth – it is the adventure of life itself. Perthro is one of the most enigmatic of runes, it’s meaning is unknown and therefore reminds you to take life as a journey, appreciate each day as it comes, seize each opportunity that comes your way and trust in your destiny. Do not waste your time precious time here on Earth, follow your intuition, aspirations and desires whilst staying true to yourself. As long as you try your best, you best will always be enough.