Ehwaz represents two horses, or a horse and rider: multiple forces working in partnership to create movement and forward progress.
If two horses are pulling a wagon in different directions, neither will get very far.
Ingwaz represents potential energy. A seed tucked away in fertile soil, waiting for the right time to sprout.
Remember that some things take longer than others and growth can’t be forced.
Dagaz is the day, specifically the cataclysmic change that occurs at dawn and twilight. When two extremes (the darkness and the light) become one.
This represents the beginning of a new cycle.
You might have found yourself feeling pulled in multiple directions near the end of last year. When we’re stretched too thin we often go into survival mode, just managing the day-to-day until things ease up.
The start of a new cycle means that now is a great time to reflect and reprioritize.
Maybe there’s a project you left on the back burner that is now ready to come to fruition.