So many things can wound our spirits. We live in a troubled realm, the Babylon Matrix, and we incarnated into fragile corporeal bodies. Our spirits can be wounded by oppression — creative, social, political, environmental, circumstantial, interpersonal. They can be wounded by overwhelming shocks from which it is hard to fully recover — the death of a child, war trauma, abandonment, rape, etc. And they may be just as deeply wounded and fragmented from a billion small abuses — looping negative thoughts, addictions, surrender to lazy inertia, stagnant relationships and so on and so forth.
What does it take to revive a wounded spirit? If you feel called to intervene with another spirit it will take everything you have, at least while you are doing the intervention, and often that won't be enough. If you are doing a self-intervention, if this card means that your spirit is wounded, then one of the shortest paths to reviving it is to start doing what you came to human incarnation to do, what you will remember well on your deathbed. Get out of soured "internal considering" — focusing on everything from your POV, your likes and dislikes, your pain and deprivations and so forth, and instead focus out and practice external considering (focusing on what others need). As one person put it,"If in doubt, focus out." Don't wait until you feel like doing this. Meanwhile "act as if," go through the motions, physically start doing the work, take steps on the path of heart even if at first you don't feel them, and especially if inner or outer forces test you with resistance. The best hope for your wounded spirit is for you to take responsibility for reviving it.