Action: Four of Swords
Four of Swords represents a need for rest and reflection, both physically and mentally. It suggests that the querent needs a time-out, a break, or a period of recovery. The image of the knight lying in a chapel, with his sword next to him, suggests that he is in a state of contemplation and meditation.
This card may indicate that the querent needs to take a step back from their current situation and think things over. It could also indicate that the querent needs to focus on their physical and mental well-being and that they need to take a break from the stresses of daily life. The Four of Swords can also represent a time of peaceful solitude, where the querent can focus on their inner self and recharge their batteries.
Tranquility, stagnation, travel, introspection.
Resentment, healing, insight, healing.