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Silence

Silence

Silence

- Don't speak your mind or you will regret it
- Even if you are disappointed, keep it to yourself

“Silence” counsels a pause in the outward flow of words and thoughts, suggesting that this moment may not be the right time for revealing your innermost feelings or speaking your mind. It speaks to the virtue of silence, not as suppression but as a chosen stillness, a sanctuary for contemplation and inner harmony.

Rooted in the essence of the Throat chakra, which governs communication and self-expression, “Silence” paradoxically advises against the use of voice in certain circumstances. It implies that discretion and restraint can be powerful allies, protecting you from the repercussions of words spoken in haste or frustration. This card is a gentle reminder that not all thoughts need to be voiced, especially when the risk of misunderstanding or regret looms large.

“Silence” encourages you to embrace the quietude, to find strength in the unspoken, and to consider the impact of your words before letting them free. It suggests that in some situations, keeping your disappointments and grievances to yourself, at least for the time being, offers a path of wisdom and grace. This moment of restraint may provide the clarity and perspective needed for a more meaningful and constructive expression in the future.

In moments where the impulse to speak is driven by emotion rather than reflection, “Silence” serves as a beacon of mindfulness, urging you to weigh the consequences of your words. It invites you to explore the depths of your thoughts and feelings privately, allowing the space and time for them to mature into insights that can be shared with integrity and intention.

Let “Silence” be a guide to the power of holding space for yourself, understanding that in the quiet, your inner voice becomes clearer. By honoring the moments where silence is the most eloquent expression, you align with the wisdom of the Throat chakra, learning that true communication often begins with listening—to others, and more importantly, to the voice within.

Silence

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