Time For Danger Yoga?

SunAndMoonTarot_4SwordsToday’s card is an interesting interpretation of this card. Here we see a figure resting. But they are balancing on four swords. In this reinterpretation of the Thoth style Tarot, I see someone who is actively and even intently resting.

A bit of a dichotomy, yes?

But think about it. Sometimes what is restful to you isn’t restful to someone else. Like I don’t listen to music to relax. I listen to music to clean the house.

I read to relax. I listen to an audiobook for some down time.

This person apparently does danger yoga for their quiet time.

Your journal prompt for the day is, “What truly relaxes me? What makes me feel rested and refreshed.”

And when theme repeats itself like this, it may be time for me to take a break for a bit. If I do, I’ll let you know here.

Four of Swords, Sun And Moon Tarot, U.S. Games Systems 2010

Seek joy, y’all. Pass it on.

2 thoughts on “Time For Danger Yoga?”

  1. The Sun and Moon Tarot does owe a lot from the Thoth — but the pip cards — as in your example — have little scenes that are mostly borrowed from the Rider-Waite-Smith (RWS) deck.

    Some readers who don’t like the abstract and non-scenic nature of the Thoth pips might find something to like in the Sun and Moon Tarot.

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