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Tarot - Horseshoe


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Influences from the past

The Two of Swords is all about denial. Hiding your emotions while pretending things are different. In the past position this card is a good indication that your current problems are a result of hiding your emotions while pretending that things are different. This card tells us that it is time to take another look at the past but this time without wearing your rose-coloured glasses.

What is going on now

The Two of Wands is about finding your place in the world. This is about proving that you mean business. Just make sure that whatever it is you are trying to succeed in is truly something you enjoy.

Factors you may not be considering

The Page of Wands represents Enthusiasm or an enthusiastic person whom you are close to. This can indicate that you are enthusiastic about your current situation, or it may indicate that you need to look at your current situation through the eyes of the enthusiastic person whom you associate with this card.

What is preventing your efforts

Six of Wands is all about victory. As a blockage card, this is an indication that you may be letting your victories get to your head. Pride comes before a fall.

Your current environment

The Five of Swords can be thought of as bringing a battlefield with it. You may either retreat or take this as an opportunity for conquest. The key to knowing which path to take is knowing what your limitations are. The odds are against you, so make sure you have what it takes before entering the battle.

The action to consider taking

The Ten of Wands often indicates that a heavy burden is being carried. This may indicate that you may have too many goals and need to lighten your load. It is always important to remember that you are only one person and as such can only do so much.

Potential outcome

The Four of Cups in a future position is a warning that you will become so withdrawn that you may not see the opportunity that is staring at you. While this withdrawal is likely the result of a loss, remember that bad things do happen to good people and often business is impersonal.

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