Focus on XIX – the Sun

“The Sage’s Wish: Like Sun, from the East, may you continue to rise, smile and shine.”

― Ogwo David Emenike
Idiosyncradeck © 2016 Jessica Bott

The Sun is always a welcome card to draw. It’s a reminder to face the day with a positive outlook, to hold ours head high, and to bring warmth into our interactions with others. Let your inner radiance out, let yourself grow, and allow your light to influence those around you. Have fun, enjoy life, take time to bask in the sun, grow and feel invigorated.

The Sun is always a welcome card to draw. It’s a reminder to face the day with a positive outlook, to hold ours head high, and to bring warmth into our interactions with others. Let your inner radiance out, let yourself grow, and allow your light to influence those around you. Have fun, enjoy life, take time to bask in the sun, grow and feel invigorated.

Explore

Sunny days can give you such a boost and it’s hard not to feel the same about the cards. The Prisma Visions Sunis a myriad of colours, pooling together as a reminder that the sun’s radiance is beaming with life and energy. Now is not a time to hide in fear – the sun reappears even after the darkest of nights. With The Wild Unknown we see that burst of brilliant light, pushing the black away, heralded by birds who soar weightless in the sky. The style of The Wild Unknown card also makes me think of biblical enlightenment.


Prisma Visions Tarot © 2014 James R. Eads Illustration & The Wild Unknown Tarot © 2016 Kim Krans

Experience

The Sun makes me think of those mornings when your day seamlessly starts off on the right foot. You feel yourself flourishing – brimming with positive energy, prepared to take on the world.

It’s that feeling of the sunlight’s warmth on your skin after a long winter or spell of rainy weather. That time in the spring when the flowers grow, turning to face the light, and opening to reveal their rainbow of colours.

It’s the backyard summer BBQs, filled with friendship and contagious laughter. It’s bright lights and wind in your hair; heart pumping, and cheeks aching from non-stop smiles. Those moments of joy and contentment when you feel like a child again – in awe of the beauty that surrounds you.

It’s learning that the monster under the bed is no more than lost shoe or discarded sock. It’s coming to terms with the relationships lost, and growing from experiences had.

Go forward without fear, and know that it’s okay to let yourself be happy.

What memories or experiences do you associate with the Sun?

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