Othala indicates that we are carrying a weight greater than a single life can bear. It's telling us that before we can seat into the role of elder in our lines, we must bless those who came before us. We must relieve them.
What a great rune to cast just after the autumnal equinox, the second harvest sabbat! Representing the close of a full day's work, this metaphor for celebrating the culmination of a cycle and regrouping to begin another is very appropriate.
With Raidho, we begin to understand how our choices affect all things, and how our ability to gently hold focus while changing coordinates on the fly informs the story we tell of ourselves, of our lives.
Know that at this time we are protected, not just by ever-present divinity, but through the complete awareness of our own worth. With the satisfaction of such completion, we feel strong and powerful, actively part of all things.
The presence of Sowilo (or Sowilu) at this time means we have persevered through hardship and truly mastered the work. Whatever has been pressing, its breakthrough and recently-revealed wisdom are lasting.
The insights he drew from that era fuel his drive to share the Runes as a tool to help others needing such wisdom today. In that light, Tyriel feels the Runes have great significance to modern life and perspectives.