“The beauty of things exists in the mind of the beholder.”
The name of this card is called “la beauté” in French. It can be translated as “the beauty” in English. If you notice any translation errors in this article, please let us know for our entire community. You can leave your comment at the bottom of this page.
The arcana of beauty is more than a concept, it is a pillar. A classic depiction of beauty is that of the three muses dancing together. During the Renaissance, Botticelli was known for his large canvases incorporating many mythological figures, including Venus and the Three Graces. His painting is called “Primavera” which translates, in French, to “spring” . Spring is a time of rebirth, just like the period when his works were painted. Rebirth of ancient myths, rebirth of a newfound beauty, rebirth of youth and new growth. These muses regularly represented art, mythology, embodying grace, harmony and inspiration. Who are the Three Graces? We have to go back to mythology. The 3 graces according to the poetHesiodrepresentedsplendorcalled “Aglae”, joy called “Euphrosyne” andabundance named “Thalie”. These 3 graces together constitute an ideal of beauty. They are linked to Venus, goddess of love and beauty.
The first grace represents abundance and wisdom, with its light and fluid dance. Its presence brings a feeling of calm and serenity which leads to abundance. It reminds us that beauty can be found through wisdom. The second grace embodiesthe fervor of joy,with its graceful and balanced dance. The fusion of joy and strength leads to the creation of something new. She reminds us that beauty is a force for joy and a love of the world. The third muse embodies splendor and beauty. She is central and participates with the other 2 graces to support the edifice of love. With her dynamic and passionate dance, she stimulates our creativity and our imagination. Her presence brings a feeling of energy and movement. It reminds us that beauty can be found in spontaneity, in the unexpected and in surprise. Together, the three muses dance in harmony, granting a sensation of beauty and perfection. Their dances remind us that beauty is often the result of the meeting between different elements synonymous with wisdom, abundance, joy, strength, creativity and imagination. Beauty can be found in nature, in art, in music, in relationships and in all forms of creation. It can be found in simple everyday things, as well as in the most extraordinary moments.
Beauty is a concept that goes beyond physical appearance or aesthetics. It also encompasses qualities such asharmony, proportion, symmetry, geometry and all of the liberal arts. Beauty is the fusion of the human spirit with the very intrinsic nature of things. Beauty is a ideal to achieve in all aspects of life,whether in art, music, literature, architecture or nature. It can further be found in morality, ethics and virtue, all of which are expressions of harmony and balance in life. Beauty is not a dogma. It is an expression. The notion of beauty, of what is not, is subjective. Ultimately, beauty is a complex and multifaceted concept.
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