This Servant reminds us that everything can be fixed…but at a cost.
Any problem or challenge that The Querent has can be solved, but there is always some cost involved in the solution. When The Fixer appears in a reading it is asking the question: Are you willing to pay the price for what you want? The Fixer suggests that the Querent can get what they want but they will have to accept the costs that go with it.
Paying the price, however, doesn’t always mean something terrible. The cost of writing a book, for instance, is the longs months or years sitting on your own writing it – dealing with the frustrations, and the pain that goes with writing. For some people that pain is totally worth it, for others it really isn’t. The Fixers wants The Querent to think about the costs involved in the resolution of their own situation and if they are willing to accept the price.
Is the resolution of the problem worth the cost or is it better just to walk away?
The Fixer is used when all else has failed. The Fixer can find a solution to the Operator’s problem and will bring it to a resolution but the Operator will have to pay the price! However, not all costs are easy to recognise, so the price of business may not be known may not know until it’s too late.
To set The Fixer to work, the Operator should make a candle offering in front of his Image and explain the circumstances of the problem, and tell him that he should fix it, Finally, and most importantly, the Operator should say out loud that they will accept whatever the cost is.
Use with caution, but very effective.