4 of Swords Tarot Card Meaning

 

4 of Swords Tarot Card Meaning

*Aquatic Tarot Deck

Keywords

Taking a break, recuperating, taking time alone to think, relaxing

The Image

In a serene church setting, a knight is resting on a stone altar, his hands clasped as in prayer. One sword is laid beneath him and 3 others are pointing at it, signifying that all of the knight’s thoughts are focused on a one dominant issue occupying his mind.

 

The Meaning of the Card 4 of Swords

The card 4 of swords first and foremost talks about rest and recovery. Past struggles, hectic lifestyle, overexertion, emotional upheavals, have exhausted your body and mind. It is now time to take a break and the card 4 of Swords will mean a period in our lives, when we take things easy, relax, read a book and simply indulge in the moments of inactivity.

Sometimes, the appearance of the card 4 of Swords will mean recuperating from illness. It could be anything from a few day cold to a prolonged convalescence.  In such cases, the card will suggest that we give ourselves the proper time to heal and renew.

Although physically still, on the intellectual level the card 4 of Swords is very active. In the moments of seclusion, you will find your thoughts occupied with a challenging situation you are facing. You may be reflecting on the steps you have taken so far and contemplating next possible moves. Unhurried, your mind will be able to focus on details that skipped your attention before, allowing you to reach a better understanding of the situation.

4 of Swords as Advice Card

When the card 4 of Swords appears in the advice position, the message is clear: it’s time to relax and take things easy. If you have been running high speed for quite some time, perhaps finishing a semester at school or completing that complicated project you worked overtime on, this card may sound as a welcome break. Sometimes, however, 4 of Swords stands in a way of something important that we are trying to accomplish, bringing about feelings of impatience and frustration. It is important to remember, however, that everything has its proper time and place, and the unwelcome halt may be a blessing in disguise. Use this time to restore your inner peace and balance. It will be invaluable when you are back in the game.

 

 

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