The Bunny Rabbit

Today’s meditation was ten minutes and six seconds, and focused on reflecting upon those that have contributed to your life and assisted you in both the small ways and large ones in getting you to where you are now.

It began with a moment’s reflection on yourself and a mindful moment of gratitude for who you are and what you have, then upon those that have influenced your life and your path.

I am one of those people who feel that there is absolutely nothing in my past that I would change.  I feel that even the bad things that have happened have assisted in my growth and development, creating the man I am today, the moral compass that resides in my head, heart, and gut, as well as the circumstances I find myself in, which could always have turned out much worse.

One different choice, one slight step to the left or the right, and things would have changed… and perhaps not for the better.   I am grateful for what I have and for every day I’ve experienced, and every step along my path.  Without them, I would not be me, and…. not to sound egocentric, but I like who I am.

This mindset made today’s meditation focus very easy for me, and it was both a comforting and relaxing session.

Today’s draw is the Queen of Pentacles, which is a representation of…. loses his train of thought.

Bunny!

*Clearing his throat.*  Right, then.   The Queen of Pentacles is a representation of a receptive alpha energy, personality, or person in the areas of the physical world, resources, finances, and earthly delights.

Geez.. I’m really stuck on the bunny today.  OK… the bunny.  Lets do this by intuition today, then.

When this card came up today, she looked like she was sleeping on her throne instead of looking down at the pentacle she holds.  And then the bunny popped out of the picture for me and I haven’t been able to get my mind off of it since.

A common theme in the symbolism of rabbits is fertility.  Obviously, we aren’t going to take this literal, as… hello.  Only one nut and absolutely no ovaries to be seen over here, even if I was playing hide the sausage, which I am so not even going there.  Other definitions of fertility, though, include creativity and abundance.  And here is where today’s Queen of Pentacles is leading.

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I made a diagram for you, man, cuz I knew you were going to ask.

From the rabbit combined with the napping queen on her throne, the message I get from today’s card is to realize that I have enough and let up a little bit.   I have plenty, and everything is moving along just fine.  There is no need to kill myself with work or worry.  Relax.  Rest.  Restore.  And, once refreshed, head back at it with a new sense of energy and creativity.

I hear you, little bunny.  Loud and clear.

Deck Used: Student Tarot v5

 

3 thoughts on “The Bunny Rabbit

  1. *Chuckling at the -BUNNY!!-* And thank you, love, for pointing it out to me. I thought I’d located it, but the larger image helps immensely

    And goddamn but you’re adorable…

    Ahem, also, you better not be hiding the sausage or having it hidden regardless of fertility messages or lack thereof…that is MINE. All mine. ONLY mine. Always, always mine.

    As for giving yourself a break and taking some time to stop and smell the roses, relax, rest and restore…I agree wholeheartedly. Though you have been doing much, much better on limiting the work force and using moderation on this stuff lately. I’m proud of you for that, beautiful.

    I’m eager to have you later this evening when you wake from your nap. I love you man. So much

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  2. You have such a great and positive attitude to life. You really are an inspiration.

    I’m glad you highlighted the bunny, I was like ‘what bunny?’ 🤔 nice card by the way, I like the art style. Which deck is it taken from?

    Simon

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    • Hey Simon! It is the Student Tarot v.5, an export from China. Like most export cards from that area of the world, the cards are a bit smaller than a normal tarot size. Almost the same height, but quite a bit narrower.

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