25-Four of Questing Reversed Mage Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

The reversed Four of Questing can indicate that a relationship is likely to become much more committed in the near future, up to and including marriage. You may have a marriage or special event to attend even if you are single and uncommitted. Make a point to go if you are invited to such an event, and don’t use it as an excuse to feel sorry for yourself. You could meet the love of your life at someone else’s wedding. Think positively.

Card Meanings: Community Divided, New Ambitions, Lack Of Community Spirit, New Relationship, Being Jilted, Cancelled Celebrations/Surprises/Parties/ Weddings/ Events, Action, Unhappy Families, Leaving Home, Instability, Postponed/ Cancelled Reunion, Uprooting, Neglect, Not Fitting In, Feeling Unwelcome, Insecurity, Lack Of Support/ Success/ Teamwork/Achievement

The Four of Questing often indicates that you may be attending a special event – one which will be way more fun than you are anticipating. So, go, and have a good time. Business is also likely to be going very well at this time, you will be proud of yourself, and others will be proud of you.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: From the Latin flos or meaning ‘flower’ and the Greek manteia meaning ‘divination’, floromancy is a form of divination first practised by the ancient Greeks but still in use today. Many omens concerning the gathering of flowers at Midsummer’s Eve have survived to modern times, and the ‘good luck’ commonly attributed to the finding of a four-leafed clover falls into this category.

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Reversed Cards: When we look at a reversal as a mirror, we are not looking at a blockage of energy. Instead we are shifting our perception to notice subtleties and slight infractions on what we think we know, and it stretches us out of our comfort zone. This is why mirror work is so powerful in healing work. The mirror is a point of self-reflection both literally and metaphorically. When we hold a mirror to ourselves, we seem like ourselves but not like ourselves, and we get the opportunity to communicate to a reflection that may be broken, hurting, or in need of acknowledgment. The same is true for the cards. When we look at them as mirrors, we are asking them to share with us a moment of self-realization through the reflective process. This will make more sense as we move through the cards themselves.

Reversed Cards: The four in numerology is not the most interesting of numbers. It doesn’t show a lot of action, and even in the tarot, the four cards have less than inspiring messages. Despite their lack of action, the four is the foundation number. Without the energy and principles of the four, everything else would collapse. This is good to know regardless of how you get the fours in your reading. Right-way up or upside down, the number fours are important cards. They are connected to the building energy of the Emperor, and they hold valuable lessons on creating a foundation on which to grow and expand.

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Tarot for Beginners: As mentioned previously, the evolution of the Tarot as a means of divination arose at least in part from a belief that the cards had strictly mystical origins.