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Weekly Tarot Reading – Nine of Swords

Weekly Tarot Reading – Nine of Swords, December 14 – 20, 2020: The “What ifs” and “maybes” want to take over your every thought this week. Any guilt, anxiety, and despair that you’ve kept locked away is now running amok in that overworked brain of yours. So many thoughts, so many scenarios are running through

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Nine of Swords- Tarot Card of the Day

Nine of Swords- Tarot Card of the Day: The old emotional wounds you’ve been carrying with you are holding you back. You cannot realize your full potential until you have dealt with, and released, the past. You are so much more than what has hurt you. Acknowledge the old trauma – it has made you

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Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day

Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day: Worry, worry, worry. It seems like you woke up worrying this morning. Replaying the last few week’s events and trying to make sense of them won’t help. Instead, you need to accept that they did happen. Look at them as the lessons they are and embrace

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Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day

Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day: There are many challenges ahead of you today. Some lay hidden, shrouded by seemingly optimistic information. However, your intuition and analytical thought processes are sharpened. This allows you to make clear and concise decisions. While still challenging, you are able move past the obstacles to a

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Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day

Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day: You are poised, ready to move forward but scared of what lies ahead. Don’t worry. This challenge, this path, is what you have been waiting for. Stop hiding from this and instead embrace this new adventure. Change can be good, for both the mind and the

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Nine of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day

Nine of Swords

Nine of Swords: The time has finally come to find the emotional healing necessary to allow you to move forward and enjoy life. Leave the past behind and find ways to be in the present moment. Healing can be found in the unlikeliest of places and in the smallest of joys. You have but to

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