Six Of Fire
The Explanation of Six of Fire Osho Zen Tarot
This character in Six of Fire Osho Zen is clearly at the “top of the world” and the whole world is celebrating his success with ticker-tape parade!
Because you are willing to accept the recent challenges of life, you now – and will soon – enjoy the wonderful ride on the back of a successful tiger. Celebrate, enjoy, and share the joy with everyone – and remember: every colorful parade has an opening and an end. If you keep this in mind and squeeze every drop of happiness you are experiencing right now, you will be able to embrace the future without regret. However, don’t try to hold on to this moment, or wrap it in a plastic bag so that it lasts forever.
The greatest wisdom to keep in mind with all the phenomena in the parade of your life, whether at the peak or the abyss, is that “this too will pass.” Celebrate, yes, and keep riding on the tiger’s back.
The Energy of Six of Fire Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
Watch the waves in the ocean. The higher the wave goes, the deeper is the wake that follows it. One moment you are the wave, another moment you are the hollow wake that follows. Enjoy both – don’t get addicted to one. Don’t say: I would always like to be on the peak. It is not possible. Simply see the fact: it is not possible. It has never happened and it will never happen.
It is simply impossible – not in the nature of things. Then what to do? Enjoy the peak while it lasts and then enjoy the valley when it comes. What is wrong with the valley? What is wrong with being low? It is a relaxation. A peak is an excitement, and nobody can exist continuously in an excitement.
Animal Spirit Guide and/or Helper
Horse symbolism and meanings include determination, endurance, valor, freedom, travel, beauty, majesty, and spirit. Horses are beloved by people around the world, so they have been important figures in the mythology and folklore of many cultures, as well as in people’s personal lives. In fact, it’s impossible to quantify the amount of art, music, literature, and other forms of expression that have been inspired by these magnificent creatures. In this post, you’ll learn about horse symbolism and meanings, the horse spirit animal, the horse in mythology, and more.
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- What does a horse symbolize?
- Detailed Horse Symbols and Meanings
- White Horse Meaning
- Dark Horse Meaning
- Horse Spirit Animal
- Horse Power Animal
- Horse Totem
- The Horse in Cultural Mythology and Folklore
- Horse Meaning in Slavic Culture
- Horse Meaning in Mongolia
- The Horse in China
- Horse in Hindu Mythology
- Horse Symbolism in Buddhism
- Horses in the Bible
- The Horse in Greek Mythology
- Celtic Horse Meaning
- Horse Symbolism in Norse Mythology
- Native American Horse Symbolism
- Horse Dream Meanings
- Horse Tattoo
- Organizations that Protect Horses
Sound: “k”, “c” as in “cake”
Stands for: Knowledge
Casting meaning: The rune Kusma symbolizes insight, learning, knowledge, wisdom and enlightenment. Chosma shows us the duality between things such as the thin border between madness and genius.
The Birds (Imbolc)
News, business matters, communication, inspiration and beginnings.
Tree: Rowan (Sorbus spp.)
Luis symbolizes a connection with one’s higher spirit or Guardian Angel. Whether you believe in such things or not, we can all agree that without protectors, especially when we are young and defenseless, we human beings make easy prey. Luis indicates you are loved and valued by someone and that they love and value you enough to feel protective of you.
We are surrounded by beings who are willing to teach us and help us grow towards our potential as human beings, but if we reject their good advice with materialist denials or because we are lazy or treat them as spiritual vending machines, they are more than happy to stand aside and leave the doors open for the legions of beings who do not wish us well.
When we grow up, we all become parents of sorts as we end up taking upon the role of self-parent. For example: you get yourself up in the morning, not mom. You obtain food for yourself, you bathe yourself, you are responsible for your own behavior and regulating your own communications and emotions. Luis means you are willing to take the necessary precautions that a good parent would insist upon if you were the child. You are acting as a good parent to yourself, providing protection and sanctuary, allowing yourself room to grow without overreacting in extreme directions.
Questions when you draw Luis:
The 6 based on 24 counsels and comforts others, likes music and often plays an instrument (percussion is a favorite). It represents domestic struggles and divorce, needs a solid, stable environment. Can be a bit gossipy.
Kuan / Contemplation
The gentle Wind roams the Earth:
The Superior Person expands his sphere of influence as he expands his awareness.
Deeply devoted to his pursuit of clarity and wisdom, he is unconscious of the inspiring, positive example he is setting for others to emulate.
You have cleansed yourself; now stand ready to make your humble, devout offering.
The situation marks a rising to new heights.
As you climb for a better view of the panorama, you make yourself more conspicuous to those below.
This hexagram is also known as the Watchtower, because the shape formed by its lines resembles the ancient guardposts manned by Chinese soldiers.
These towers were placed on mountainsides to give a better vantage point.
To those below, the watchtowers served as landmarks to help them find their way.
The quality of your search for clarity in this situation serves as such a guidepost for others along the Way.
Continue in good work, you are on the right path with your life.