The 2 of Swords is a card of great paradox. Learn what it means and untie the Gordian knot.
A Spirit of Team-Work
Are you excited abut your growth, professional development and working together with others in order to make your vision come alive? If not, you need a dose of the good old 3 of Pentacles.
A card of personal power, the 2 of Wands (Mars in Aries) highlights third chakra issues…
Hand on the Bible
The 7 of Swords is often seen as a card of thievery, deception and self-deception. From a spiritual point of view, the only thing that matters (because it is the only parameter within our control) is that we are truthful with ourselves.
There are times when it is better to do nothing. The 4 of Swords showing up indicates that this might be one of those times. There could be any number of reasons why you need to press ‘Pause.’
“There was a saying that a man’s true character was revealed in defeat. I thought it was also revealed in victory.”
~ Alison Goodman
Things are going your way because you took a stance and acted with courage. Bravo! You taste the victory… Is it as sweet as you imagined? The truth is that victory which only serves to glorify the ego will leave a bitter after-taste.
Are You a Doer or a Dreamer?
All the so-called “secrets of success” will not work unless you do. ~ Author Unknown While common sense is said to be so rare as to be considered a super power in this modern day and age, the Knight of Pentacles (or Prince of Coins) is not afflicted by a lack of it. He knows that apparent over night success …
On a Quest for a More Passionate Life
The raging fire which urged us on was scorching us; it would have burned us had we tried to restrain it. ~ Giacomo Casanova The Knight of Cups is the lyrical and passionate lover archetype. He is the tormented soul who stays up all night, drinking wine and composing a poem for his beloved. The only problem is that he may …
When the Ego-Mind Pulls the Strings
“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it’s not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever.” ~ Dalai Lama XIV The 8 of Swords is the card of the person who has not yet learned …
Are You Letting Your Past Dictate Your Future?
“What day is it?” It’s today,” squeaked Piglet. My favorite day,” said Pooh.” ~ A.A. Milne The 4 of Cups shows us that we have fallen for the temptation to shut down because of negative past experiences. This is natural and the ego’s way of protecting itself against more of the same. However, shutting down is not the answer: the answer is …