Sometimes in life, we tend to forget our value and we end up sacrificing ourselves to other people or things.
25 to life depicts the awakening of a soul to the realization that it is invaluable and should not be surrendered to anything or anybody. Sometimes we do this either because of a craving or because we feel that thing might be a good fit. It’s like a boy telling his crush that he likes her, but she does not show a similar interest in him. It’s about knowing when and where to draw the line. Some relatable examples:
Associating yourself with people you call ‘friends’ even though they have shown time and time again that they are nothing of the sort. A person keeps drawing you back, bringing up negative emotions in you, belittling you and/or your ambitions, or ‘hurting’ you, yet you continue to accommodate him/her in your life, while you suffer.
You refuse to cut short an unhappy relationship when you know it’s not working. Read more in Splitting Relations.
You invest a lot in trying to get a particular job or contract but you are not receiving commensurate attention or your value is not being appropriately appreciated.
There should be a limit to how much of your energy and time you give to something that is not working for you, before you decide it’s time to move on.
The PRISON CELL is a room harboring all the things you have placed your ‘heart’ under bondage to.
The HEART-FIGURE is your existence; your energy and your time.
The LIGHT with its pathway is about waking up and realizing that enough is enough, there is a door and you are free to leave.
25 to life expresses an identification of both an objective and a subjective reality; identifying when that thing you really want or that thing you have invested so much in, is starting to hold you back. It is not about giving up, it’s about getting out of the jail you put yourself in. There is no chain or lock hindering you, you are the only obstacle holding yourself back, all you have to do is get up and leave. It’s time to go, it’s time to be free again.