Four Of Vessels – Wildwood Tarot Deck
I. The Description of Four of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
On the card, one can see the image of the woman sitting at the door of the cave in a specific posture of boredom, with an uncertain look. Next to the cave are two ornamental pots, from which sprout up a vine-like plant with leaves and branches bent on the rock, creating a tangled arc. Among the bushy trees are two vessels of water flowing from the streams.
II. The Meaning of Four of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
Indifference or laziness, locking an individual in the cycle that consumes energy while everything around them is the inspiration that is waiting to be explored. A disease of the soul.
III. The interpretation of Four of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The universe always responds positively to decisive effects and moves forward while the boredom places people fixed in a state of silence. There are many reasons for feeling disillusioned or stuck in life. The causes of instability and the feeling of being sealed by habit or frustrated by conflict are very common, but in the end, those reasons are rooted in ourselves when the first signs of the impact begin.
Those who do not communicate or become emotionless are gradually becoming desperate “black holes”, where all the light and positive energies disappear and cannot be regained. However, the key to drive the circulating and enlightening energy sources is almost always present, though they may be often invisible. But if you ask a question with the universe, it will answer. It has no other choice. The creator detests emptiness and it will bring many opportunities along the way. That will confuse you. All you have to do is detect and recognize those granted paths and overcome them. Do not be afraid of challenges, seize opportunities, and take advantage of the available limits.
IV. The guideline of Four of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
A woman is lost in thought, seated before the entrance to a dark cave. On either side grows ancient and twisted ivy. High above her, nestling in the ivy branches, sit two vessels that endlessly pour out the water into two great urns below.
She is blind to the falling water and the filling vessels, absorbed instead by her own internal emotion. So it is with us, sometimes our struggle is just too hard, too tired and we stop moving forward, sinking into apathetic and brooding thoughts. We become unable to see the positive sides around us. We became bored.
Today, the Four of Vessels Wildwood calls us to recognize when our hearts become complacent and we no longer see the marvel of what surrounds us – relationships are taken for granted and the dark roots of complacency begin to take hold within us. She calls us to rouse ourselves and awaken! What amazing relationships are you taking for granted? What one thing could you do today that would shake off your stupor and help you step through the cave mouth?
V. Keywords and extensions of Four of Vessels Wildwood Tarot
The water element, An over-balance, Lethargy, Boredom, Stillness, Emotionally frozen and disconnected, A waste of time and energy, The sickness of the soul, Reassess oneself, Regain focus and inner peace, “Sitting quietly, doing nothing, Spring comes, and the grass grows, by itself” – Zen Proverb.