Tarot cards are a form of divination, which literally means working with the divine, or your higher self, which is the ultimate purpose of tarot cards, just like yoga. The tarot is in essence a soul map, a deep psychological guide to self-empowerment. Playing with Tarot cards is a conversation with your higher self. The cards always work. It’s not magic—tarot cards are a sacred mirror. There are now thousands of types of tarot decks. A traditional deck has 22 Major Arcana (or trumps) which are archetypal images. Four different card suits make up the Minor Arcana: Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles. All of these suits contain 14 cards: 10 numbered cards, and four cards called court cards that include the Page, Knight, Queen, and King. Each of these four suits represents a different area of your life, so you know where to direct this guidance when one of these cards shows up in your Tarot reading. There are 56 Minor Arcana cards, sixteen Court or Personality cards; the Kings, Queens, Princes, and Pages. There are four elements or suits: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, with 10 cards in each. Above all, there are no inherently negative cards. Below are Three of Swords Tarot Card Meaning: love, health, money, and Yoga. See also Guide to Tarot Yoga.
The Swords tarot cards
- The Swords cards are all about challenges. They can tell you when conflict and heartache are looming, and help you harness the strength of your own mind. When a Swords card turns up in your Tarot reading, it’s likely you are facing a challenge or will come into contact with a forceful person or situation. The suit of Swords in a classic Tarot deck consists of 14 cards, beginning with the Ace of Swords and progressing upward through the 10 of Swords, then concluding with the four Court cards, the Page, Knight, Queen, and King of Swords.
- Numerology: Three (3) in Minor Arcana. Threes are about communication and interactions. They indicate the influence that others have over your life, work, and emotions.
Three of Swords Tarot Card DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism
- The Three of Swords Tarot card shows a floating heart pierced by three swords, representing the pain inflicted by words, actions, and intent on the emotional and physical self. In the background, we see dark clouds and a heavy downpour. The dark clouds mirror this pain. But they offer the hope that, just as the storm clouds will disappear, so too will the pain you are experiencing. The heart symbolizes all that is good in life: love, compassion, and warmth. The three swords are representative of the hurt, pain, and damage that we all feel. The imagery in the background shows the gloomy mood that is a result of the sudden onset of negativity in your life.
A statement that represents Three of Swords Tarot Card: I can use my pain as a tool for growth!
Three of Swords Tarot Card – IN GENERAL
- Three of Swords Tarot Card represents a period of emotional upheaval. When this card appears in a reading, you may know what it is referring to. But If you don’t, it serves as a warning for what is yet to come. So, life will throw a curveball your way. You will be caught off guard, resulting in heartbreak and hurt. Also, the card serves as a reminder to hold the things you care for. Hug your loved ones. Tell them how you feel. You may get knocked down, but you overcome anything that comes your way. Traditionally, the card signified separation or the hard breakup of a relationship. The positive side of this card would be the ending of frustrating associations, to become free again. Also, the card advises you to cut some things loose. Despite sentimental memories and emotional attachments, we need to let go of no good relationships. The Three of Swords is one of the strongest indicators of divorce.
Three of Swords Tarot Card – UPRIGHT
- Three of Swords Tarot Card signifies a sudden and unexpected blow to your emotions. It often predicts the sudden loss of a loved one, the realization of betrayal, or the end of an important relationship with someone you loved. In conclusion, it will cause a great deal of pain and suffering to you. It is a card of grief, loss, depression, and tears. When it appears in your reading it generally indicates a period of difficulty or hardship, usually on an emotional level. Distraction, conflict, and serious misunderstanding are all represented by this card. You can trust in yourself to dig deep and find the strength to overcome this pain. No dark cloud can linger on forever. Remember that the way you feel now does not encompass how you will feel once the dust settles. The intensity of emotion you feel now will subside over time. So, pour love into yourself. Trust that life goes on. The most difficult situations in our lives teach us more about who we are and what we are capable of. Give yourself space and time to heal and learn all you can from the experience. If you need support, reach out to the people that love you.
Three of Swords Tarot Card meaning REVERSED
- “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. The Three of Swords Tarot Card in the reversed position tells a story of triumph. The Three of Swords has a more positive meaning when flipped upside down. So, you are overcoming what has knocked you down and becoming a better person because of it. You are no longer allowing negativity to turn you down. You are focusing on the positive things now. You are letting go of the sadness and hurt that has troubled you for so long. Keep moving forward with this path. You will leave your pain in the past once and for all. If you’re still finding it very difficult to move on from a recent loss the card tells you that you need to go through an emotional purging to let go of your past. This can be challenging, but it’s needed. If you learn to accept your circumstances and focus on the good things in life again, new opportunities will come.
Three of Swords Tarot Card and LOVE
- if you are in a relationship, the card is not a great sign. It represents tears, heartache, heartbreak, sorrow, conflict, or betrayal. This situation is difficult because most of the time, our love life encompasses much of what makes us feel happy. When a relationship ends, try to appreciate the good that came out of it. You have learned things that will help you find the person that’s meant to love you. This is a learning experience and uses it in the future to guide you in a new relationship. This card does not have to mean the end of your relationship. But it does indicate that there are some difficult issues. You need to sit down with your partner and have an open and honest discussion about how you feel. Be more conscious about what you say, so you won’t regret it later. Take s time to focus on yourself before jumping back into the dating game. If you are single, the card can indicate loneliness. You may be still feeling the loss of your previous relationship. You will need to deal with your grief to move on. Also, it can indicate being the person with whom someone cheats on their partner. Ask yourself would someone who really loves you put you in this position?
- If you are in a relationship, the Three of Swords Tarot Card can indicate that you are moving into a period of reconciliation or forgiveness. You are ready to let go of the pain your relationship caused you in the past. You can forgive and move forward. The communication is open. So, your relationship has a good chance of progressing as you release the pain you have been carrying. It can also indicate reconciliation after a breakup. Alternatively, the card can indicate that you are holding onto grief. Your partner may have hurt you and you are continuing to focus on this and feel unable to forgive them. So, you need to ask yourself if there is any point in continuing the relationship. You need to figure out if you can draw a line under the past and move forward together. If you can’t it may be time to end the relationship. If you are single, the card can indicate healing from a breakup. It can also indicate that you are coming out of a period of feeling lonely. You are feeling much more optimistic about your future. Also, the Three of Swords Tarot Card can indicate an extreme level of holding onto sorrow after a breakup. Holding onto the pain is not going to make you feel better. You may need to consider seeking help from a healer.
Three of Swords Tarot Card and MONEY
- Upright: Three of Swords Tarot Card is not a good sign. It can signify emotional discord or grief surrounding the loss of a job or of an opportunity you really wanted to be successful. Also, it can mean that a lack of effective communication at work will cause you great anxiety and pain. So, take the initiative to clear things up. The best way to do this is by opening a line of communication with your coworkers. It is all up to you to change your circumstances. Take this time off to focus on things that you wouldn’t normally have time for, like spending more time with family or doing something you enjoy. It is okay to feel let down or disappointed, but don’t let your sadness take over your life. In a financial context, the card is not a great sign as it can indicate a loss. You may have suffered an emotional loss which has financial consequences such as divorce. Things may not have worked out the way you hoped. You need to come up with a step-by-step plan for managing your finances. Take it one task at a time and you will come through this.
- Reversed: Three of Swords Tarot Card can represent a stressful work or career situation starting to resolve itself. Optimism is coming in. Your work environment may be much more positive and happy. Perhaps the person who was causing the stress has left the company. Communication has improved. In a financial context, the card can indicate that you are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel after a period of financial difficulty. Three of Swords Tarot Card may suggest that you are still holding onto the memories of what once was, unwilling to accept where you are today. You need to accept your situation. You need to begin to take real steps to improve it, rather than wallowing in self-pity.
Three of Swords Tarot Card and HEALTH
- Upright: Three of Swords Tarot Card indicates, physical and emotional problems for you or someone you care about. The card can be indicative of cardiac issues. The Three of Swords is not a great omen as it can indicate ill-health, surgery, and disorders. Your health or the health of someone you care about may not be as great as you would want. Now is the time to take care of yourself physically and mentally. You need to maintain a positive outlook, so remain optimistic. It can also be an indication of cardiac issues. However, the Three of Swords Tarot Card can also be associated with anxiety, depression, and trauma. So, your physical health issues may be manifesting as a result of deeper emotional issues. Whatever the case, taking care of your mental and emotional health will be extremely important to your recovery.
- Reversed: Three of Swords Tarot Card in a health context reversed can indicate a return to health after a period of illness, surgery, or disorders. You should be feeling much more optimistic about your chances of recovering.. Also,, this card in reverse may be telling you that anxiety is playing a major part in your health problems that you are experiencing. Also, do not allow your fear to overwhelm you. Just seek professional help if you need to.
- Yoga is an expression of body movement, breathing, meditation, and philosophy. Yoga and tarot heal the body by intersecting in multiple realms. They both create a bridge between your subconscious and conscious mind, use archetypes to reveal life lessons, work with the elements, serve as a guide for the appropriate practice, and help us cultivate our intuition and accomplish our life’s true self. Tarot cards are a divination tool made up of 78 images and qualities, split into 22 major arcana cards representing karmic lessons and 56 minor arcana cards representing day-to-day choices. Read GUIDE GOR TAROT YOGA.
- If you pulled The Three of Swords Tarot Card your tarot reading, you should practice Bhujapidasana /Shoulder Pressing Pose
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