Oy vey. So, here we are. The Seven of Swords (Moon in Aquarius) and the King of Swords (Fire in Air).
Much as I tend to lecture, “There are no ‘bad’ cards,” I must admit, Tarot Swords can sometimes give me pause. I’m pretty comfortable with logic, but a lot of the Swords are not comfortable cards, logical or not.
What are you hiding—especially from yourself? Little bits and pieces of belief, of pain, of personal history…those things that you would prefer remain under wraps, under the radar, outside your conscious existence? That’s the stuff we’re talking about.
Deal with it. Logically, rationally, and ruthlessly cut away any rotting mass as best you can. THAT is exactly how you keep it from interfering with what you want to accomplish.
And I’ll tell you something right now: that King of Swords? He’s honest and fair, but he doesn’t suffer delays patiently. Patience is more the venue of the King of Cups, or the King of Pentacles sometimes. Not the King of Swords. He’ll cut you down if it’s necessary. He’s not looking for an excuse, mind you. But he won’t hesitate, either.
Take care of your own baggage, so he doesn’t have to.
Do you feel like you’ve got a good handle on your own baggage?
|Morgan-Greer Tarot Deck |
by Bill Greer & Lloyd Morgan
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