Wednesday, April 5, 2017

{Card Study} 4 of Wands



The Four of Wands (decks: Holly Simple Tarot, Linestrider, Wild Unknown)


What I see: 
I see a circle or cycle of wands, It seems balanced and judging by the faces and the colors it seems calm and comforting.  Rabbits usually have something to do with abundance, think Easter.  I also know that the number 4 is the number of the square, a strong foundation and stability and cycle (seasons, phases of the moon).  The wands deal with fire, spark, passion, and drive.  Look at the Wild unknown, the colors outside the wands are the color of fire and inside they are blue.  The color of calm.  The calm looks protected by the cycle. As if it’s a special calm.  

This feels like the completion of building a foundation.  Work has been done in a creative area, the spark has built a fire and it burns strong and contented. 

The books tell me:
Allow yourself to rest and take a breath.  You have worked hard and now is the time to reflect and feel proud.  This is a very positive card. 

Completion of a project or the end of a time of effort.  In a relationship the card is asking that you leave the past and focus on the present. 

Completion and celebration.  Enjoy yourself and the ones you love.  

Conclusion:
I didn’t at first see the relationship element of the card.  The Rabbits are together happily, the wands are vibing on each other and the wands on the right overlap and hold each other.  

This is a card I’ve pulled many times and only until now understood that it was about being done and being happy with the end.  I realize now it's about taking a break after working hard.  That you don't have to move nonstop forever, you need a breath.  It's ok to say no to things that you kinda want to do or even don't at all want to do.  Because in the end the way you spend your time is your choice.  I really believe that if an opportunity comes and you don't have time for it, then you should let it go.  When you have the space the universe will send you something even better. 


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