The King of Swords encourages us to think things through and to truly see all sides of the issue before moving forward.
Your opinion isn’t the only one that matters.
The Nine of Cups here urges you to find contentment in life on your own.
Happiness is a state of being rather than an external stimulus and it doesn’t need to come from someone or something else.
This Queen of Pentacles warns against being too over bearing as we nurture others.
One of the hardest things a parent has to do is watch their child fall, but there are times when it must happen.
The Five of Swords cautions us to be mindful of our own motives during conflict.
Are you focused on solely upon your self-interest or are you working towards the greater good?
The Page of Cups asks us to never stop learning ways to express ourselves creatively.
Creative expression is an important and healthy outlet for processing emotions.
The Four of Pentacles here warns against being possessive and controlling.
Not only does this come from a place of fear, but also from a scarcity mindset. Examine your reality closely when feeling this way.
The Three of Swords reminds us that emotional pain is as real to the brain as physical pain and needs to be honored as such.
Give yourself as much time to heal as you would for a physical injury.
Justice demands balance in all things.
Without it, we struggle, find ourselves restricted and feeling trapped.
Where in your life needs more balance?
The Four of Wands reminds us there is value in the traditions and rituals we observe in our lives.
The first immediate benefit of many is that it gives us a reason to take a much needed break.
The Knight of Swords encourages us to explore our thoughts and ideals.
Taking the time to slow down and getting to know yourself and what you believe is a worthy endeavor.