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Tarot Card for the Week of 9-7-14

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Ace of Swords as the tarot card for the week of 9-7-14, this is the week that a monumental decision or change is about to occur. This might invoke some undo stress, but if you can juggle your emotions you will figure out what to do. An end to a long discrepancy with someone may finally be resolved. You may feel that you have been treated unfairly, which may put you into a tailspin. Understand that only you can change your course. Because the Ace of Swords is a number 1 card, it represents new beginnings. New opportunities await you if you can put your past behind you and let go of negative feelings. Go ahead and make some long-term goals, as they have a great chance of working out. Most importantly, stay patient and positive this week.


The Ace of Swords card, Minor Arcana, symbolizes thinking clearly. There is a stirring of new emotions, which can represent a breakthrough or a rebirth. It can indicate a double edged sword as you look to find the truth. Your energies will take you in either a positive or possible negative direction. So remember that what goes around comes around. Your successes will come from within. Achievement is in sight.
There is a possible feeling of emptiness and negative forces are working against you, which are beyond your control. You are not thinking clearly or are not understanding what your goals are. Your best laid plans are falling apart. You lack the energy needed to put your plan into action. Quarreling and being argumentative are abreast. Animosities are wearing you down. You might also be facing some legal problems. You may be experiencing a chaotic and uncertain time ? the hole you have dug is too deep, too big and messy. This is a time for self-reflection.




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