Peering down into a well is terrifying. It’s hard to tell what’s down there, how you’ll get out, or what you’ll do. Not only is being stuck in
a well scary, but it’s a terribly boring situation. You’re stuck there, waiting around, until you hear someone and can call for help. Some people
would love this situation, as it gives them time to sit with their thoughts and become better acquainted with their selves, but you’re not that kind
of person. You know yourself. You’re confident and you enjoy being gregarious.
If you are petrified of the well, then the treasure you seek is adventure. You want to be out, exploring the world, and enjoying life. If you ever
find yourself in a stifling situation, in which you feel like you can’t breathe, break free. Get out, travel, and act on a whim every now again. The
sooner you allow your true nature to break free, the happier you’ll be. Plus, you’ll have tons of interesting stories to share with all the people
you love to be around.
Does this rabbit hole startle you? That’s because you are afraid of what you may find.
You may be the kind of person who feels great comfort in the familiar, yet you may be unsure of what you want out of life. The underground symbolizes
the parts of ourselves that is longing to be unearthed. It’s time for you to get rooted to the idea of exploring what it is you truly long for and
seeing what sprouts.
The treasure you seek is life meaning. You need to take a page from the title character of Alice in Wonderland and engage your curiosity. You may
encounter things you find strange or bothersome once you allow yourself to tumble down the rabbit hole, but knowing how you feel about these things is
allowing yourself to get one step closer to the thing that will truly make you happy.
If you need a little help getting started, try this exercise that’s just as zany as Wonderland: Take a piece of paper and write “What is my true
purpose in life?” and then write down the first thing that pops into your mind, even if it doesn’t make sense. Do this again and again until you
find one that feels right.
If these descending stairs make you shudder, it’s because you have a very potent fear.
If you fear this entrance, you have a hunger for life and indulge in its many fruits. But you may have a tendency to occasionally go overboard. Going
down, like these descending stairs, into an unknown place is very symbolic of being buried. Plus the steps are littered with fallen leaves that
signify a new season, or phase. If this entrance scares you, you are, quite literally, afraid of death and what happens afterwards.
The treasure lurking beyond this entrance is good health. You need to take care of yourself, inward and outward, in order to stay alive as long as
possible. In order to do this, you don’t have to drastically change your lifestyle either, but incorporating a few more veggies into your meals,
cutting out a bad habit, or going on a 10-minute walk every day can do wonders for your physical and mental health. It will also help you better
appreciate life, which you so obviously cherish.
If you fear this heavy, blue door surrounded by stones, it’s for good reason. The door is a very vibrant blue, a colour that symbolizes the colour
of the sky and sea, which you leave behind once you enter this dark space. It is also a colour that is often associated with stability, two
personality traits you have in spades. Due to your consistencies, you are very productive and you get a lot accomplished, which gifts you with a great
feeling of pride. Yet, the moss on the stones signifies a long length of time in a cold place, and this door just happens to lead to an abandoned
prison, somewhere you never, ever want to end up, especially since you consider yourself to be a good and hardworking person who rarely takes short
cuts. Yet, the strict values that you upkeep in order can sometimes be difficult to attain. Wouldn’t it be nice to just take a break?
The treasure you seek inside this prison of regimen is comfort. Comfort makes us feel safe and secure. It also allows us to calm down and unwind, that
way we don’t randomly snap, do something we regret, and end up somewhere where we don’t want to be. So kick off your shoes and indulge in little
r&r. It may seem like a waste of time at first, but after a while, like all the tasks you are dedicated to, it will pay off.
edit on 9-6-2015 by Agartha because: (no reason given)