Do you remember hanging upside down as a kid, how different everything looked? It was like being in a strange new world. The Hanged Man invites you to do just that; look at life from a different perspective. So often our thinking gets in a rut and we need to do something to gain a new perspective. Artists often turn there canvases upside down, the mistakes become glaringly obvious.

I suggest travelling into the unconscious, there are many ways to do this from paying attention to our night-time dreams to shamanic journeying. I painted The Hanged Man in the yoga tree pose up-side down. Even though he is back lit by a glowing full moon he is travelling deep into space to a distant star which ignites his heart. At his third eye is a new moon,  a symbol of potential.