53-Four of Swords Reversed Golden Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

The reversed Four of Swords can indicate that you are about to finally put some self-limiting beliefs behind you – and this can cause major leaps forward both in your outlook and in your health. However, this card is a clear indicator that you must rest, that you have been pushing yourself far too hard. Especially if you feel you can’t afford to take a day off – that means that you really, really need to do so.

Card Meanings: Re-Joining The World, Restlessness, Social Unrest, Awakening, Not Accepting Counselling Or Support, Lack Of Self-Protection, Finding Mental Strength, Mental Breakdown/ Collapse, Labor Strikes, Recovering Slowly, Renewed Activity, Coming Out Of Isolation, Burn-Out, Healing, Not Taking Care Of Yourself

The Four of Swords is a card that signifies a break (or need for a break) from normal life. This can also mean that you or someone in your life may withdraw for a time. This withdrawal is not likely to be permanent. It also occasionally means illness or time in the hospital or (even more rarely) in jail. It’s a clear signifier to give people their space.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: There are seven major charkas, which are most directly concerned with physical health, and hundreds of minor ones. The universal life force is thought to enter the aura through the chakra at the top of the head and filter down along the spinal column to the other chakras. The higher the position on the spinal column the more complex the chakra.

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Angel Insights : For example, when you find yourself confronted by peacocks: on T-shirts, in nature, or on television, or if you are drawn to peacocks and seek them out by purchasing greeting cards or art that depicts their image, your guardian angels might be hinting that you should take more pride in your natural abilities. These abilities were gifts from Spirit specifically designed to enable you to help others and fulfill your life’s purpose. Therefore these abilities were meant to be on display, not hidden away.

Reversed Cards: One could argue that the High Priestess is an actual mirror. She has nothing but objects of reflection around her. The moon, which sits at her feet and dons the top of her head, and her dress, which becomes the water flowing behind her, are depicted clearly in Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot. Both the moon and the water are mirrors in their own rights. The moon reflects light from the sun, and water reflects whoever is peering into it. All of these reflective surfaces are one and the same when it comes to the High Priestess. It gives one pause when she shows up in her dominion here in the mirrored aspect. For if this is part of who she is and part of her true nature, then being reversed is merely just another form of her wisdom to be expressed. It is almost as if she were presenting you with an answer to a question you never asked. The answer, of course, is upside down to your current line of thinking. What is moving and what direction it is headed will bounce around on the many reflecting surfaces the mirrored priestess has at her disposal. Just keep in mind that from where you sit, left is right and up is down. This is not an easy card, and its difficulty only increases in the mirror aspect. Yet somehow it also leaves more clues than it does when we view it another way.

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