Friday, November 17, 2017
Daily Draw: Ace of Swords
Book: Gift of the sword is intellect, powerful and dangerous words can heal or hurt
Guidance: Use the gift of thought well, to see the world clearly, to communicate well, be aware of having a sharp tongue
I love the meaning of this card and the reminder that logic can cut both ways. I can think my way into box when I only look at cold, hard facts. I have learned that to see the whole picture, I have to use both logic and emotion.
My brain tells me that it will never happen and that I should move on. My heart tells me a different story. My heart tells me it will happen and I need to continue to believe. For now, I'm going to continue to believe my heart.
November 20, 2017
The ace of swords cuts through bullshit. This is a great card to pull when life seems murky and there is a need to step back and review. This is also a great card to pull when you need to cut ties with someone.
November 8, 2018
Interesting read on this card as it is about using logic and about cutting ties. I'm finally at that place where I'm ready to cut ties. My feelings for him served a very useful purpose in my life, but I'm finally feeling strong enough to move on and be my own self. If I put as much love and energy into my life as i do into that pursuit, I will have a kick ass life.
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