Four Of Stones – Wildwood Tarot Deck
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I. The Description of Four of Stones Wildwood Tarot
A newborn fawn lurks under a Celtic rock grave as the sun rises in mid-summer, filling the ground with energy. Hot rays of light flow over the dark sky with shining stars. On each rock is drawn a symbol representing one of the ancient tombs from the Bronze Age – a diamond shape, a rotation of the sun, and a bolt of lightning that would split into many ways.
II. The Meaning of Four of Stones Wildwood Tarot
The new sun brings new hope and vitality to the vulnerable. Protecting and defending those who are mentally weak or vulnerable is the responsibility of all of us.
III. The interpretation of Four of Stones Wildwood Tarot
The plethora of hardships and tribulations that stretch through our lives, and being able to endure these times proves to have a strong heart and a resilient spirit. Finding privacy to hide your emotions may require patience and dedication in the quest, but for those who suffer heavy rain, adversity, and loss, the light of love and faith is always burning in them. By building the foundation of our moral beliefs, limitations, and skills, we can be sure that when a challenge comes, we will be completely stable with our own confidence and assertiveness.
The human ability to feel and to have compassion toward those in need is very important. No matter how hardships destroy our deepest privacy, we must always hold the belief that after the rain, there will be plenty of spiritual rewards and new opportunities. That is the law of cause and effect when every act of selfless defense and kindness towards those who really need it will energize the warrior’s spirit with peace and adoration, which are something rarely found in everyday life.
IV. The guideline of Four of Stones Wildwood Tarot
It is dawn and a tiny fawn gazes out at us, alert and quivering from its snug position within the shelter of a great dolmen. The ancient stones have served as his quiet and enduring protector against predators and elements, just as it has been for countless other creatures for centuries.
Stones match with Pentacles Suit in Rider-Waite decks, but this is the first card that can be found the significance of the Wildwood card to be drastically different from its more traditional Tarot counterpart.
The Four of Pentacles deals greatly with money, it is apparently known to speak to people in positions of wealth and prosperity, either to encourage that they hold on to what they have, or to encourage that they let go of something they are hoarding. Meanwhile, the Four of Stones deals with protection. It speaks to the feeling of vulnerability that everyone has at one time or another and can either refer to one feeling particularly vulnerable or else to one nurturing and caring for the vulnerable souls around themselves.
Instead of holding on to anger or frustration; send forgiveness and compassion. Instead of judging harshly, open up your heart and send unconditional love and acceptance. When you feel agitated or upset, send compassion and healing; for yourself and for the stressors. Turn the energy circle to form a protective layer of loving energy around you and others. This is where the change begins. This is the alchemy of Love.
The delusion of distance is fading and we finally wake up to realize that we are all One. As we come to this insight, we begin to see the complex interconnection between all living things on this beautiful planet. We see that we are all just resonant energies at different frequencies. We are all connected at the deep cellular level.
This awareness gives us space for those who need to awaken, heal, transform, and increase consciousness in their own time. We can keep them in the permissible space, accept and love unconditionally. We can appreciate them for who they are, what they have been through, and where they are. We can do this without having to give away our own strength or our own energy. We can be a beacon of light and a vessel of Divine Love, fully protected and shined strongly in the cocoon of love and bright white light.
All we have to do is open ourselves, body, mind, and spirit to become the conduit for the divine energies to run to and go through, like water flowing through the bottom of a river. We are never depleted, we are never left drained. The universe is abundant; There is always a lot of love to go around.
Sometimes in life, we have strength like stones, other times we are as vulnerable as the little fawn. Today, Four of Stones asks: What little rays of hope and dreams are up to you for protection? Do you nurture those seeds or do you allow negative energy to overwhelm them? Where are your own vulnerabilities? Have you other defenses you can put up in order to protect yourself? Where is your home? Where is your heart?
V. Keywords and extensions of Four of Stones Wildwood Tarot
The earth element, An immense sense of satisfaction, Positive energy, Renewed hope, Vitality, Calmness, Stability, Psychic and self-psychological protection.