April 22 Daily Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

From Tarotx.net -Osho Zen Tarot Deck

Queen of Fire – Sharing – Minor Arcana Court Card

I. The Explanation of Queen of Fire Osho Zen Tarot

The Queen of Fire Osho Zen is so rich, so much a queen, that she can afford to give. She did not even have the concept of stockpiling or storing it for later use. She dispersed wealth immeasurably, welcoming everyone to share the wealth, fertility, and light that surrounded her.

If you draw this card, you are also able to share your love, joy, and laughter. And while sharing, you find yourself becoming fuller. There is no need to go anywhere or to make any special effort. You find yourself able to enjoy sensual pleasures without possessiveness or attachment, being able to have children or creating new projects with a sense of balance and creativity. Everything around you seems to be “connected”. Enjoy it, bury yourself in it, and let wealth flow in you and around you.

II. The Energy of Queen of Fire Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings

As you move above to the fourth center – that is the heart – your whole life becomes a sharing of love. The third center has created the abundance of love. By reaching to the third center in meditation, you have become so overflowing with love, with compassion, and you want to share. It happens at the fourth center, the heart. That’s why even in the ordinary world people think love comes out of the heart. For them it is just hearsay, they have heard it; they don’t know it because they have never reached to their heart.

But the meditator finally reaches to the heart. As he has reached to the center of his being – the third center – suddenly an explosion of love and compassion and joy and blissfulness and benediction has arisen in him with such a force that it hits his heart and opens the heart. The heart is just in the middle of all your seven centers – three centers below, three centers above. You have come exactly to the middle.


Rune

From TheRuneSite.com – Medieval Runes of Healing and Magick

Wolfsangel

Sound: “sz” as the sound in “ease”
Stands for: Wolf-hook (Ancient Iron Weapon)
Magick/Healing use: Used to bind and eliminate harmful influences.

Witch’s Rune

From GroveandGrotto.com – Witches Runes

The Crossed Spears

Mabon

Opposite viewpoints.  Conflict, arguments, negativity.  A stalemate or pause in action.  In readings, “probably not.”

Ogham

From thepeculiarbrunette.com – Ogham

Saille or Sail

Pronunciation – Sahl-yuh

Tree Association – willow

Meaning – Balance, intuition, closely connected to the moon’s cycles, perfect timing (astrologically), sentimental feelings, the flow of water, and tides. Willow trees (often found near water) and the moon are closely linked due to their connection with water. Saille is also associated with divination and intuition. Keeping your connection to your Self open and healthy is an empowering trait and very valued.

If reversed – You’re feeling defeated, distracted, or lost. Use your knowledge and intuition to guide yourself back to alignment.

Inscription and Magical Uses – Wonderful for Moon Water, moon magic, cyclical intentions, or working with the element water. Allow the flexibility of the willow tree to influence your spiritual life. Let yourself be a bit more fluid; keep yourself and intuition open.

Folklore – willow was often used as a witching rod to locate water and also for basket weaving due to its flexibility. Four thousand years ago, Sumerians used Willow bark for pain relief, as did other ancient civilizations. Hippocrates recommended chewing on willow bark or brewing it for tea to treat fevers and to relieve women’s pain during birth. During the nineteenth century, scientists found out Willow tree contained salicylic acid when used in aspirin today.

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