Four of Wands
- Four Wands-planted in the ground, representing stability of the number 4
- Garlands of flowers attached, representing triumph and celebrations
- A man now facing us; attention directed towards his family while showing happiness
- Rabbits eating and silent in a serene atmosphere
- We now see stability, as a result of hard work
- Feelings of satisfaction with accomplishments and a sense of balance
- Now, a step back can be taken, as a reward to your progress
- Holidays, depicted with rest and relaxation and time spent with family or those you love
- It is an acceptable time to recharge
- Represents a feel-good factor (a sense of contentment with oneself and life)
- When other indications, it can also represent plans for marriage are being made and used as a modifier or clarification of other cards
Personal Experience: I look at the Four of Wands and still see a desire with the dragonfly to want the feeling of contentment and balance with oneself and life. It made me reflect on the present.
Other Experience: I feel as if this represents for me the need to stop focusing on the outcome and live in the present and self contentment and balance in life will bring happiness and the desired outcome.