I’m so over it! That is the energy of the Four of Cups. You’re presented with choices, but none appeal to you. In fact, the Universe is hand-delivering you a gift but you ignore it!
The number four represents stability; think of the four corners of a house or the four legs of a table. In this card you might be a little too stable, perhaps set in your ways, or unwilling to step outside of your box. However, in China, Japan, and Taiwan the number four is considered unlucky. The word is similar to the word for death. Just like the number 13 in Western culture, buildings in these countries skip the number four when numbering rooms and floors.
There can be a strong feeling of cynicism with this card. You may feel as if nothing goes your way and everything is stacked against you. Might you be focusing a little too hard on the negative and not enough on the positive? Maybe a little gratitude practice is in order. Write down three things that you are grateful for every day. Can’t think of anything? Start small; maybe having a bed to sleep in is enough!
On the other hand, this card can also show you that some things are just too good to be true. Passing up an offer is acceptable if you have doubts or too much on your plate. Put yourself in a time-out. Sit under that tree and meditate on what you do have, the choices before you.
Finally, if you just can’t get out of that slump, look around. A fresh, exciting opportunity might be right over your shoulder.
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