Tiwaz refers directly to the god Tyr, and therefore connects to themes of justice, victory, clear judgment, leadership, and sacrifices made for a greater cause.
An Old Icelandic rune poem reads:
Tyr is the one-handed god
and the leavings of the wolf
and the ruler of the temple.
In the Eddic poem Sigrdrífumál, Sigrdrífa (the valkyrie) instructs Sigurd to carve "victory runes" on his sword, and call on Tyr two times, in order to achieve victory in battle.
1) What other meanings do you attribute to Tiwaz?
2) How do you utilize this rune in your practice?
3) If Tiwaz has presented itself in your rune work or castings, how have you seen its energy manifested, or experienced its impact?