Awareness – Major Arcana
I. The Commentary of The Awareness Osho Zen
II. The Meaning of The Awareness Osho Zen
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Seven of Rainbows – Minor Arcana
I. The Explanation of Seven of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot
Seven of Rainbows Osho Zen reminds us somehow now is a time that requires vigilance, patience, and waiting. There will be times when all you have to do is wait. The seed has been planted, the baby is growing in the womb, the oyster is coating the grain of sand and making it into a pearl.
The woman in the picture here is in that state. Contented, with no trace of anxiety, she is simply waiting. Through the phases of the moon passing overhead, she remains patient, which is so in tune with the rhythms of the moon that she has almost become one with it.
She knows now is the time to be passive, let nature do its thing. But she is not sleepy or does not seem to care; she knows that this is the time to prepare for something important. This is a mysterious time, like the moment before dawn. This is when the only thing to do is wait.
II. The Energy of Seven of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
We have forgotten how to wait; it is almost an abandoned space. And it is our greatest treasure to be able to wait for the right moment. The whole existence waits for the right moment. Even trees know it – when it is time to bring the flowers and when it is time to let go of all the leaves and stand naked against the sky.
They are still beautiful in that nakedness, waiting for the new foliage with great trust that the old has gone, and the new will soon be coming, and the new leaves will start growing. We have forgotten to wait, we want everything in a hurry. It is a great loss to humanity… In silence and waiting something inside you goes on growing – your authentic being. And one day it jumps and becomes a flame, and your whole personality is shattered; you are a new man. And this new man knows what ceremony is, this new man knows life’s eternal juices.
King of Rainbows – Minor Arcana Court Card
I. The Explanation of King of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot
This Dynosius-like figure is a man who is a “Zorba Buddha” who drinks wine, dances on the beach, and sings in the rain while enjoying the depths of understanding and wisdom that belong to the sage. He holds a lotus flower in one hand, showing that he respects and contains within himself the grace of the feminine. His exposed chest (wide-open heart) and relaxed stomach indicate that he is also comfortable with his masculine as well, extremely liberal.
The four elements of earth, fire, water, and air all converge on King of Rainbows Osho Zen, who is sitting on the book of the wisdom of life.
If you are female, King of Rainbows will bring masculine energy to support your life, along with your existing partner. For males, this card represents a time to break the conventional stereotype for men and to make mankind’s fullness uplifted.
II. The Energy of King of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
In the East people have condemned the body, condemned matter, called matter “illusory,” Maya – it does not really exist, it only appears to exist; it is made of the same stuff as dreams are made of. They denied the world, and that is the reason for the East remaining poor, sick, in starvation. Half of humanity has been accepting the inner world but denying the outer world. The other half of humanity has been accepting the material world and denying the inner world. Both are half, and no man who is half can be contented.
You have to be whole: rich in the body, rich in science; rich in meditation, rich in consciousness. Only a whole person is a holy person, according to me. I want Zorba and Buddha to meet together. Zorba alone is hollow. His dance has not an eternal significance, it is momentary pleasure. Soon he will be tired of it. Unless you have inexhaustible sources, available to you from the cosmos itself…unless you become existential, you cannot become whole. This is my contribution to humanity: the whole person.
Queen of Fire – 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.
Our lesson is the necessity of bearing strong enforcement. Your positive aspects can be controlled by the people who surround you. To pull this rune means to get a hint that there is going to be stagnation – an occasion to re-consider your plans carefully. It is the time to pay off old guilt and even if it’s easy it is time to restore balance. Therefore improve, reconstruct, organize: if the fishermen cannot pull out, they repair their fishing nets. You must deal with and face your own demons. So keep your anger as well as your impulses under control. Modesty and a good mood are essential in such times.
Keywords: Love, relationships.
Meanings: The Rings is the rune of love and again, when it is the leading stone, it is a positive answer to your question. It is very much a rune of relationship and can indicate engagement, marriage or a new/renewed relationship. It can also indicate the need for a fresh approach to an existing relationship.
Symbolic of the hawthorn tree, the Huath corresponds to the letter H. It’s associated with passionate love, commitment, healing, and protection. The name huath is thought to have been derived from Old Irish uath, which means horrible or frightful.
In Ireland, the hawthorn is considered a fairy tree, and believed to bring bad luck and destruction to those who tamper with one. The flowers of hawthorns are traditionally used as the crown of the May Queen during the festival of Beltane.
Formed By The Trigrams: Lake over Thunder.
General: Balancing the heart and mind of leadership will help assure steady progress.
Love: Show your partner what you require by example rather than words. be gentle with them.
Business: Hard work needs to be balanced by rest.
Personal: Plan for gradual progress and make sure that hard work is balanced by rest.
Overview: Sui indicates that you should lead by example rather than just telling everyone what to do. It indicates a time where gradual progress should be the plan and that work should be balanced with periods of rest. Effective leadership is about serving, not about power and ego. A leader has obligations to all those that work for him and this should not be overlooked. Learn the needs of those that follow you and if some of these needs need correcting then do so by gentle persuasion not by harsh words.
It is spiritual growth, faith, and balance. It is also wealth or bankruptcy. It is an inner struggle to remain true to spiritual and moral values, while at the same time dedicating itself to the material world – one of the most conflicting numbers.
Animal Spirit Guide or Helper
The solar cross, also known as a sun cross or Wotan’s cross, is a circle bisected by four lines, with a smaller circle in the center. It can represent the sun, the earth, the four seasons, or the four elements. Another form of a solar cross is the swastika.
Represents: sun, earth, four elements, four seasons.
Used in rituals for: transformation, endings, beginnings, solstice.
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