26. Tower Ascent
In the story of Rapunzel, the namesake character is rescued by a brave prince who climbs Rapunzel's long hair as a rope with which to ascend the tower in which she's imprisoned. In order to even get to the point where Rapunzel and the Prince can hatch an escape plan, he must have first determined that's truly what he wanted to do-- and that his grip is steady before climbing. TOWER ASCENT shows up when complete commitment is required for a task or new role to be completed well.
The Fables Suit addresses different angles of popular stories and fairy tales that we have internalized. What beliefs about yourself and the world around you appear in this card, which might need to be refreshed, updated, or left behind?
Could relate to: a new solo project, a workout routine, a grand undertaking over a longer period of time, a forthcoming crucible moment
What upcoming long-term projects have I been doubtful or hesitant about?
What is the best way to conserve my energy to make sure I can last to project completion?
Am I sure that I'm aligned with my goals?
Is this upcoming risk worth the reward to me?
YES/NO: This card is a NOT UNLESS YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN card.