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Queen of Rainbows – A Major Arcana
I. The Explanation of Queen of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot
The Queen of Rainbows Osho Zen looks like an imaginary tree that is at its peak of flowering and freshness. She is very erotic, lively, and full of surprises. She snapped her fingers to the music of love, the zodiac necklace was cleverly placed so that the Venus symbol would be at her heart. Her sleeves contain lots of seeds, and when the wind blows through, the seeds will be scattered to take root where they may. She didn’t care whether they land on the soil or on the rocks – she just scattered them everywhere while enjoying life and love. Flowers fall on her from above, in harmony with her own flowering, and the stream of emotions swirled mischievously beneath the flower on which she sits.
You can feel blessings from everywhere like being in a flower garden at the moment. Welcome the bees and invite the birds to drink your nectar. Spread your joy around for all to share.
II. The Energy of Queen of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
Zen wants you living, living in abundance, living in totality, living intensely – not at the minimum as Christianity wants you, but at the …
Sound: “o” as in “home”
Stands for: Mouth
Casting meaning: This rune, like Aesc, is a God rune. Os belongs to Odin in his aspects of a master communicator through language and writing. Os denotes the creative power of word in all its forms – in poetry, song, oral tales, and written literature.
The Crossed Spears
Opposite viewpoints. Conflict, arguments, negativity. A stalemate or pause in action. In readings, “probably not.”
Change, shift, the sea, maps, realm of the subconscious, great undercurrents
Tree: Witch hazel (Hamamelis spp.)
“Sea change” is a term for profound or holistic change. Change is the foundation of existence. The interplay of opposing forces creates and destroys ad infinitum. Mor bookends the concept of change introduced by the first Ogham, Beith. The intention that sowed an action reaped a habit, the habit reaped a character, and the character reaped a destiny. The new track in space has been laid and change is inevitable.
When you draw Mor, look for the changes in and around you. These are not necessarily good or bad. Often, drawing this Ogham can mean something as basic as “oh look, the season of Spring is arriving”. Mor doesn’t have to indicate any kind of drama, although it could. Mor calls out to you to look at overarching influences, new factors or people, and to examine the permutations and possibilities of how they affect the environment.
Mor is a bird’s eye view of opposing forces in our lives rather than being upswept by the random forces that weave in and out of our daily existences. Understanding your own subconscious gives you the ability to calmly deal with challenges that come your way. The work you do on understanding yourself is the sails you build on your boat in the great sea of life. You still need to figure out which way the wind is blowing, of course, but knowing a thing or two about your own position, your tendencies, desires, faults, and strengths will give you the power you need to dodge rocks and survive storms.
Questions when you draw Mor: …