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Representation of - Thought. Origin - Sanskrit - Cit, Cintana. Known as - Philosophy. Symbol for - Thinking, mental reflection, pure thought, soul, spirit, intellect, design, observe, comprehend, shine.
Thought in Sanskrit is called cintana, from the base word cit, (psyche in Greek), translating to insight, consciousness, thinking soul, intelligence. The Sanskrit word Cintana was adopted in many languages, as Zigeuner, Cigany, Cigani, Cigan, Tzigane, Gitano, yet it lost its original meaning with time. Cintana gives a more clear understanding what thought means, as thought, the same way as the soul cannot be seen. Yet we know it exists, we constantly experience it even when we sleep. It is the soul which gives the feeling of the constant self, even though we are in a constant change. What thoughts you have, will define your present situation. It gives out vibration into the universe, which in turn sends it back, effecting the state of your DNA. Hence, with the right thoughts you are able to achieve a balance between spirit, mind and body. Thought also defined by the Goddess Tyche, (from Sanskrit Tark and Tarkayati), meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, try to discover one's mind, a portrayal of thinking, which is regarded as a fabulous gem, thought-gem. It can be accessed with the will to overcome desires, to find solid ground, to take control over anger, jealousy, greed, thus Tyche is relating to Themis from Sanskrit Tattva, justice and balance, and Themis' advise “Know Thyself” and “Nothing in Excess”. Tark, the right thought is known as gem or wealth, which will bring bhagya, luck, destiny, fate, fortune, happiness, enlightenment. Cintana also conveys that none of us possesses a fixed, unchanging, eternal self. Instead, every being consists of an ever-changing current of forces, an ever-changing flux of material and mental phenomena, like the ocean which is always moving and is never still for a single second. In another word each thought, action, chance, changes who we are. Yet the self, the psyche seems to be unchanging from our point of view. Even when we are aware of this change (or not), we believe this is our true self, and we know events leading up to this moment were important to get where we are in this present moment, which defines who we are. Even if these events were unpleasant we often wouldn't change the past, because we know it would lead us to be someone else and perhaps less aware and more ignorant, but it is also true the other way around. Furthermore, Cintana defining what is life; anything that nourishes itself, that grows, decays or rather transforming from one state into another, also called yoga, (to become one with the creator), is alive. And the capacities of a thing in virtue of which it does these things constitute the soul. Cit (soul) is what causally responsible for the behaviour of a living thing...
Thought implies to self-awareness and this knowledge of self will prove useful in achieving greater wisdom and understanding.
In reverse position the card implies to hollow, meaningless, barren thinking and activities or extreme, captivating views, ideals, opinions.