Hello my beautiful siblings. I am utterly delighted to share today’s card with you. The Two of swords is a wonderful card to draw considering the insanity of the current astrological alignment of Mercury in retrograde and a full rose moon on Friday the 13th. If you would like more information on this event please contact the brilliant astrologer, Dr. Bairavee Balasubramaniam you can find her on Facebook and Youtube.
Many of us have been stuck in limbo, confusion and a general sense of chaos. For example my day has been crazy. I got Ben on the bus, and hubby wanted me to help out at work for a few hours. I did but on my way back home my phone died, I got terribly lost and arrived home late, I almost missed Ben getting off the bus. I then got lost on my way to and from the grocery store. My house is still pretty chaotic too. I digress; the two of swords is a card about coming out of this mental quagmire and entering a place of clarity.
Right now each of us is faced with a choice. The choice is ours to make and we can make our life better. Each moment we chose our personal vibration.
One of the Main messages of this card is developing a deep trust in your instincts. You are more balanced than you realize and harmony is within your reach. Do you feel out of sync? What areas of your life do you trust your instincts? What areas of your life do you have trouble trusting your instincts?
A second and almost deeper indication that this card shows is a one-on-one relationship that you are in. If you are in a partnership of any kind where you are working one-on-one this is a great time to evaluate the partnership and determine if there is a flow and harmony to the dynamic. Are you and your partner equitably sharing the responsibilities you share? Do you feel that the work you are doing is appreciated by your partner? Do you appreciate the work that your partner does?
Finally, the deepest message that this card wants to share is the harmonious relationship that we each have with our self. When we look in the mirror we see ourselves through a filter. We see what we believe is there.
If we look deeper and ask ourselves questions we can easily find internal harmony. We may go through a period that it feels like we are spinning in a hamster wheel but we eventually get off it.
However, the process of self-discovery and inner peace never ends because we have an infinite ability to grow and develop. The dissatisfaction with our person development is part of what makes us keep growing. When we seek perfection we must understand that our imperfections are what make us perfect.
Are you satisfied with your personal and interpersonal relationships? When did you last hold a conversation with yourself? When did you last tell yourself that you are beautiful and perfect in your imperfection?
Have you graciously accepted your relationship with yourself?
What if you decided that your choices made a difference, how do you think that would impact your life?