January 3

1/03/13: Off Your Own Case | rev Queen of Swords



Any time I see Swords inverted, I’m inclined to take it at least in part as warning to watch my mouth. That’s not a bad thing, considering I have a pretty big mouth. I need frequent reminding. Har!

But with the Queen of Swords inverted, I often think of this lady’s less attractive qualities. Being critical in particular is one of her vices.

Today, I’m inclined to say it’s also largely about being critical of oneself. As in, beware of doing that!

Be kind, to others and to you. Charity doesn’t cost much—a little forethought, some self-control and using your imagination to create positive assumptions instead of negative ones. Worthwhile exercise and use of energy, if you ask me.

Have you been on your own case lately?

Tarot of the New Vision (English/Spanish)
by Lo Scarabeo

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New Vision Tarot, Queen of Swords

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