Four Of Fire – Osho Zen Tarot Deck

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I. The Explanation of Four of Fire Osho Zen Tarot

Each character in this mandala holds the left hand up in the receiving posture and lowers the left hand in the giving posture. The whole circle forms a huge energy field that takes on the shape of the double Dorje, symbolizing the Tibetan symbol for the thunderbolt. The mandala is like an energy field surrounding the Buddha, where all the individuals taking part in the circle make a unique contribution to create a unified and vital whole. The mandala is like a lotus flower, the total is more beautiful than the combined components, and at the same time enhances the beauty of each petal.

When Four of fire Osho Zen card appears, you have the opportunity to participate with others now to make your contribution to creating something greater and more beautiful than each of you could manage alone. Your presence not only nourishes yourself but also makes a valuable contribution to the whole.

Explanation of Four of Fire Osho Zen Tarot
Four of Fire – Participation

II. The Energy of Four of Fire Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings

Have you ever seen night going? Very few people even become aware of things which are happening every day. Have you ever seen the evening coming? The midnight and its song? The sunrise and its beauty? We are behaving almost like blind people. In such a beautiful world we are living in small ponds of our own misery. It is familiar, so even if somebody wants to pull you out, you struggle.

You don’t want to be pulled out of your misery, of your suffering. Otherwise, there is so much joy all around, you have just to be aware of it and to become a participant, not a spectator. Philosophy is speculation, Zen is participation. Participate in the night leaving, participate in the evening coming, participate in the stars and participate in the clouds; make participation your lifestyle and the whole existence becomes such a joy, such an ecstasy. You could not have dreamed of a better universe.                           

Source: Osho Zen: The Miracle Chapter 2

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