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The Three of Swords
Have you ever had a broken heart? It hurts as much as or sometimes more than physical pain. But, you can't take a Tylenol and make it go away. The Three of Swords speaks about this kind of pain.
The Two of Swords
The Two of Swords is a card which clearly depicts indecision. There are times in life when making a decision between two things seems to be impossible, especially since there is no way to know what the potential outcome might be.
The Suit of Swords People
Sword people are very complex and oftentimes difficult to understand. They tend to be very intellectual and logical. At their worst, they can be biased, judgmental and argument prone. They can also be their own worst enemy at times.
Making Sense of Tarot Articles
Keeping track of all of my articles in chronological order can be a daunting task. Here is a suggestion or two that may help.
Difficult Tarot Readings
Many Tarot readers opt to read only for self, friends, and family. But occasionally, you are asked to do readings for friends of friends. This can be a difficult process, especially with people who have a skeptical attitude.
The Ten of Wands
Wrapping up loose ends can be a time consuming and frustrating experience. But, in order to move forward you must first put the past in perspective. Sometimes even things that may seem insignificant can weigh down the mind and the spirit.
The Nine of Wands
Sometimes when you reach the pinnacle of success the adrenaline stops flowing. Your life purpose had been achieved and it seems like there is no other pathway to take. This is the ultimate crossroad inherent in the Nine of Wands.
The Eight of Wands
Have you ever felt like your life was completely on target even though your thoughts and energies were scattered in a thousand different directions? Sometimes when life is the busiest you feel like you can move mountains. This message is the focus of the Eight of Wands.
The Seven of Wands
Being on the top rung of the ladder can be both exhilarating and totally unbalancing at the same time. When you are at the top of your field of experience the only way you can go is down.. or so it would seem. Competition is healthy.. when the outcome is not as important as the experience gained.
The Six of Wands
Achieving recognition for your accomplishments takes a lot of time, effort, and patience. It also requires humility and a large amount of gratitude to those who support and encourage your achievements. This is the message inherent in the Six of Wands.
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