Rainring card #10 Play

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What a delightful card. In a daily one card reading, the Play card reminds you to embrace the wonder of innocent fun.

As your day progresses you will float in a lighthearted manner. Nothing should bother you to the point of rupturing your mood.  You just let things roll off your back. You think about doing something you haven’t done since you were a kid.

You could be very adventurous behind closed doors and venture into unchartered territory. Just make sure you can live with your conscience the next day. 🙂

Depending what frame of mind you are in when you draw the Play card know that it is telling you to loosen up.

I think there is a small warning in this card as well. If you are a bit too footloose and carefree it wouldn’t hurt to think of the consequences if but just for a minute.

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  1. I like the angle Seaqueen has taken on this card. Interesting how we have ‘loosen up’ but also ‘footloose’. Loose is the opposite of tight, and (in the UK at least), ‘uptight’ refers to someone pretty suppressed. Notice also the meaning used in relation to e.g. machinery – ‘play’ here means an allowance for movement, (in a bridge, for example) on the basis that without such an allowance, any kind of stress will cause cracking and damage. Sounds to me like a very good analogy to recommend for human behaviour!
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