Upright: Recharge, Savasana, Rest
Reversed: Depletion, Burnout, Exhaustion
Savasana, the yoga pose of deep restoration, is the ultimate act of conscious surrender. Doing absolutely nothing is harder than it sounds, but that’s exactly what the Four of Swords is asking you to do! Facing challenges becomes easier when we give ourselves a moment to breathe. Use this time to recharge that engine, so that you have enough energy for the next challenge ahead. This period of pause is the perfect time to reflect and course correct if needed. Silence is more than welcome, as it gives you space to be present with your intuition and the messages it has for you. If you’re off your trajectory, use this space to align yourself back to your values and core purpose. Regenerate your power so that you can show up fully in your relationships, activities, and life.
Attempting to do everything at once is actually inhibiting you from making any progress. The lack of focus is scattering your energy so nothing is solidified. Take one step at a time and focus on the task at hand. Your mind is racing and your body is trying its best to keep up with it! You may be ignoring your physical needs, which will inevitably lead to burnout and exhaustion. Reconnect to your body and spiritual desires. The body is a vessel that carries the soul, so do due diligence to take care of it! Your mental state will suffer if you don’t. Be careful of overthinking as that can lead to creating problems that aren’t even there. There is a comfort in staying busy, as you’re afraid of what the silence will bring. Lean in and listen—it’s often what we need to hear the most.