53-Four of Swords Upright Thoth Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

This card signifies a need, in the context of health, to count your blessings. Your health may not be all that you would like it to be, on the other hand, it is doubtless better than that of many other people. Be grateful for what you have. This card can also show a need to slow down and take it easy. Pushing yourself when you are too tired can cause illness or injury. Everyone needs rest and time alone.

Card Meanings: Contemplation, Feeling Overwhelmed, Spiritual Counselling Or Support, Mental Overload, Regrouping, Rest, Introspection, Self-Protection, Planning For The Future, Relaxation, Strife, Hospitalisation, Needing Solitude, Fear, Anxiety, Meditation, Peace And Quiet, Recuperation, Retreat, Stress, Temporary Exile, Sanctuary

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: Also known as the ‘all seeing eye’, the stylized eye of the falcon-headed sky god, Horus, was one of the most common amulets of ancient Egypt. Egyptians used the amulet as protection from evil and it was typically associated with health and prosperity. However, according to some myths it was also associated with terror and anger and as result has since become associated with magic and the occult. A variation of the eye of Horus is the open eye symbol in the Great Seal of the United States. According to esoteric teaching an open eye symbolizes the flowering of intellect and psychic awareness.

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Tarot Card Meanings: Four of Swords;  Calmness amidst chaos and turmoil.  A quiet, reflective time during difficulties is either coming or required.  This is a time for truces, in any area of life, and a time to reassess what you desire from a situation.  Reversed; some successes but often insubstantial ones, or those without permanent results.  Stop gap solutions or temporary agreements are indicated.

Complete Book of Tarot: Lay out these cards and note any qualities they have in common. Do they share any symbolism with the wind blowing through the sky or a tornado devastating the earth below? Repeat this exercise after you have studied the suit of Swords. Record your observations in your tarot notebook.

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Complete Book of Tarot: When reversed, the Six of Cups can refer to things that will happen shortly or at some unspecified time in the future. This card can also indicate a desire to take refuge in pleasant memories of past pleasures rather than facing your current situation. Nostalgia can become a form of escapism. For some reason you may be having difficulty experiencing joy and satisfaction in your life at this time.