Four of Cups ~ Adventures Await! (Tuesday)

Sometimes luxury and comfort creates boredom. The dude in this card seems to have it all – a flask of wine, fresh fruit, leisure time and a low body fat percentage – and yet he is still unsatisfied!

Are you too comfortable with your life? Do things feel a bit too easy and predictable? Do you crave risk, excitement and the chance to break out of your comfort zone?

What you may not realize is that opportunity surrounds you. The blue guy moping on the river’s edge could jump on that horse and explore the mountains in the distance, yet he sits there lamenting like a bored teenager on Summer break.

What amazing adventures are you closing your eyes to? Today, look closely at your life and ask how you could make it more interesting? (Unless of course, its already too interesting for you to handle!)

In the comments below, tell me what adventures you secretly want to go on, or one thing you can do today to make your life more “jazzed up”?

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10 Responses to Four of Cups ~ Adventures Await! (Tuesday)

  1. Jamie Morris says:

    I’m in agreement with all, above! Fantastic read on this card–and so much fun! Who but you (and Veronica) would make the OBVIOUS comment on the guy’s BMI?

    For me, I think The Portland Tarot project was the horse. Up until that blinked onto my radar, I was totally Four of Cups–of course, my BMI was not as sexy as his . . .


    • Kate says:

      Yes! That project was your horse -totally! For me it was a painting class that I joined tonight – I was feeling rather blah just like this guy and now I feel like life is brand new again. I painted a f*$king tree and I am so pleased with myself!

  2. kaia says:

    Kate You are the best!
    Of course I took the horse and had a great day 🙂

  3. EG says:

    Oh, I analyzed this card sooo many times and I never thought that the dude could jump on the horse behind him!!! Amazing discovery, thank you! 🙂

  4. Ruth Stephen says:

    Totally loved the reading, so very well explained 🙂

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