pattern, routine, regimen, consistency,
In music, rhythm is defined as the organization of sound and silence in time. Organization means organized around something; in music, that something is the beat. In terms of their duration, all events within a piece of music relate to and can be measured against a recurring pulse; events as they relate to that pulse -- and combine with each other, time-wise -- create the phenomenon of rhythm.
In a casting, the Rhythm Card refers to patterns of events that can be clocked, such as routines and regimens; it may indicate or be a call for consistency. The Rhythm Card can also refer to "finding a groove": clocking to a natural rhythm, or to the rhythm of something or someone we wish to be in step with. Finally, the Rhythm Card can point to larger patterns we may be a part of, or to probable outcomes based on observable patterns.
To divine the meaning of this card in a casting, consider the Solfege Die it was drawn above or under.
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