This Servant is all about using the collective subconscious mind to solve problems.
When The Contemplator appears in a reading is suggest that the Querent is over-thinking and over-analysing situations and events and there is a need to pull back and withdraw from the problem for a period. Some problems are best solved by leaving them alone for the time being, sleeping on them or just stopping thinking them altogether.
The Contemplator suggests that the Querent turns their problem over to their Subconscious to solve for them. Let the problem fall to the back of their mind and let the subconscious come up with some conclusions or resolutions.
This card is all about the need to let go of a problem for the time being and see what new ideas or solutions pop up or wait to see if the problem or event changes in nature.
Any problem can be handed over to The Contemplator for processing and a solution found. The Operator can mentally visualise handing the issue over to The Contemplator and then try as best as they can to put it all out of their minds. Within the next few hours or days the solution will suddenly appear fully formed in their mind.
For bigger problems, a Candle offering can be made in front of the image of The Contemplator and a solution to the problem asked to present itself. A full explanation about the nature of the problem and all pertinent information should be spoken by The Operator out loud.
In a very simple, but highly effective way The Conductor can help The Operator remember details they have temporarily forgotten, such as phone numbers, people’s names, or where you left your keys. The Operator should offer the problem up to The Contemplator and wait for the reply. It shouldn’t be forced or pressured.