The Four of Swords teach us that after a period of loss, it’s vital to relax and reflect on what has happened. This is a card of recovery, and recovery will come. Once it happens, it’s critical that you reactivate yourself and return to the world so that you don’t get trapped in inactivity.
4 of Swords Meaning
This card suggests taking a step back to absorb information. Take a break. This necessitates a period of rest and recuperation.
Take the time to process information and you will be able to fight another day. Reflect and withdraw, Maul. To let the subconscious do the work it needs to do, get into your safe area and sleep on a question. The best course of action with the Four of Swords is to rest, retreat, and withdraw. Keep your wits about you and don’t act until you’ve processed and assimilated all of the facts.
Relax, and you might want to process by doing something unrelated to the answer you’re looking for. Do something different, but truly retreat. assemble the remainder of the information This is an opportunity to simply be.
4 of Swords Reversed
This card’s reversal encourages you to stand up and rejoin the fight. It’s a cautious reawakening.
It’s reviving oneself after a period of seclusion or withdrawal to go back into activity with a cautious measured attitude move with caution and consideration, but move the best course of action with the four swords. Get back out there and get back out there in reverse.
Start working, don’t hurry into anything, but get moving. Start using all of the knowledge you’ve been digesting, but don’t get ahead of yourself.
Quietly test a new concept. Stick your toe in the water time to get started again, but don’t roll out anything huge and new, so that’s the four of swords.