Keys: Transfer, moving, changes, new horizons
This Rune indicates a time of transition and transformation. It indicates a great possibility of changes of all kinds: of residence, attitude, life, direction in business or relationships. Ehwaz informs you that it is necessary address any necessary transition and carry it out diligently.
There is a sense of continuous progress, a notion of growth that could well be applied to a business or the development of an idea. There is a lot of movement at the door. It is time to allow the old to die to open a space to the new.
It tells us there is plenty of movement and changes, going back and forth. Everything is quite liable to change and nothing lasts too much in the same way. The permanent facts are not feasible. Everything changes dynamically.
The answer to why Ehwaz, refers to all those changes that happen within the course of a cycle up to its end, because everything has to be on the move in order to improve, until it gets to the last stage. In other words, every thing or circumstance has a path to follow to get to its essence, where its power is.
Ehwaz suggests us to be versatile and diplomatic; one has to negotiate gently and comfortably enough to strengthen our influence and reinforce the power to convince. We should not be afraid of movement or competence; it is required to make necessary turns.
It helps to be ready to make some changes, mainly a geographical one, either job or personal related. It is about taking the chance to make changes that will eventually serve as motivation for others to give it a try. It has to do with serving as an example. The end refers to serve as a testimony or give absolute proof of new things.
Ehwaz refers to times of change. This is a versatile period, which suits several choices. The moment Ehwaz talks about is always present.
This rune describes a sophisticated and functional place, which represents any community or congregation. It is a place with plenty of public-spiritedness and it is gifted with high technology for the best results. Among other things, it may be an embassy, an international forum, a consulate, a sports festival, or any other place where there is a representation of a country or organization from all over the world.
Ehwaz describes someone cheerful and dynamic, who likes changes and journeys, mainly moving from one place to another. This is about someone who does not like to stay in the same place too long; he is rather kind of a nomadic person. It may apply to a sportsperson, an ambassador, a diplomatic person in general, a traveler, and adventurous person or a tourism agent.