People often ask my help on how to deciphering their "reading". Often,
that's just a jump start on the process of free association and other
times, it's figuring out how to the structure the relationship of
question to images. For instance, sometimes, I think all three images
put forward the same idea, just shown in slightly different ways, like
when a student asks me a question and I rephrase my answer in multiple
ways until I find one that makes sense to them (based on their life
experiences etc) Other times, it makes sense that the first image
describes the situation, the second suggests a direction to take and the
third shows the consequences of following that path. For this question/image combo, it only makes sense to me if I consider the question a two-parter. First, am I on the path?
The first image says clearly you are on a path. The second half the second half of that question, you must clarify what your life's purpose IS. The second image says, well, you are clearly plugged
into your art/dreams/ideals and the third, to me, says every once in a
while, you're going to "take a bath" (have disappointments) (yick! cold
water from the hose!!) but you just got to take it and shake it off.