Appreciating a Flower's Beauty

January 9th, 2013 § 0 comments

King of Cups from the Smith Waite Tarot

In Tarot, the Suit of Cups typically represents feelings and emotionality.

Characters from the Cup Court cards are often described as sensitive and nurturing, dreamy, and artistic. They flow with the moods around them, intuitively connecting with their environment.

King of Swords from the Rider Waite Smith Tarot

The Suit of Swords, on the other hand, is much more analytic and rational.

Characters from the Sword Court cards are known for their scientific thinking, clarity of mind, and straightforward manner. They’re interested in knowing why things are as they are, and enjoy logically investigating the world around them.

Of course, both personality types appreciate beauty, but sometimes the rational Sword-types are given short-shrift when it comes to such appreciation.

In the video below by Fraser Davidson called Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower, physicist Richard Feynman helps dispel such prejudice as he wonderfully expresses a Sword perspective on the beauty of a flower.

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