Tarot Card

Lesson 26- Tarot Card Course- ACE OF SWORD

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ACE OF SWORD

 

Honest: success, new ideas, mental clarity, success

Reversal: inner clarity, idea on one thought, decision of cloud

The Ace of Swords is seen from a bright cloud which represents a white cloud, the Divine. It symbolizes an honest sword, mind and intellect, and is wrapped in a crown with a wreath at the tip of the sword, symbolizing success and victory. While this is a sign of victory, the rugged mountains in the background suggest that the road ahead will be challenging. You will need mental flexibility to navigate this path.

 

Upright Meaning Of Ace Of Sword:

The Ace of Swords marks a wave of new energy from intellectual areas. You can be on the verge of a significant success or a new way of thinking that allows you to see the world with clear eyes. Or, you may have a sudden realization or suspicion about an issue that is bothering you and finally can see your way ahead. Regularly focus on removing mental crap and taking maximum advantage of this intellectual capacity.

See this card as a hint of encouragement. It says that your mind is in ‘expansion mode’. You are open to adopting new ideas, yearn for excitement, and you will jump on next opportunity to learn something new. You grow up on new ideas, inspiration, basic thinking and vision, and you are excited to pursue new opportunities that attract your creative and intellectual abilities.

When Ace of Swords appears in Tarot reading, it tells you that now is a great time to start a new project – one that requires your intelligence, communication skills and mental power. You can feel motivated to take writing classes, practice your public speaking skills, or may be involved in activities that require more brain power than usual.

How can you draw on this Ace inspiration and take action on your new ideas? As Ace, you are in the beginning of the journey, but you can understand the energy creation and can not wait to start. If you channel this energy into the right move, then you will succeed in your efforts. Just remember that the road ahead can be rugged and you can face challenges all along the way. Maintain a successful mentality, and you will navigate these obstacles easily.

Like all sword cards, the sword represents the power of Ace; But the sword is a double-edged blade, which means that it can be constructed and destroyed. The message is clear: Power comes with responsibility. It will depend on how you take advantage of a better opportunity of all rather than selfish or aggressive power. You will need a strong heart and mind and need to see how to use your power for others and yourself.

Ace of Swords also encourages you to pursue the truth of the case and find justice. You can become a cause or stand for your rights or the rights of others. Or, you may have a new idea for which you are ready to fight, or you can get rid of an issue that is emotional about you, such as human rights. You have a lot of clarity on the situation and now you can keep your point with truth and conviction. In other words, you are ready for war.

 

Reverse Meaning Of Ace Of Sword:

The Ace of Swords reverses that a new idea or success is emerging from within you, but you are not ready to share it with others yet. You may still be searching for what this idea means for you and how it should be expressed in the outer world and how it is manifested. You can look for more clarity about whether it is an idea that you wish to pursue more fully, perhaps because you are uncertain if it really will bring you the result of desire. When this card appears in Tarot reading, it is important to focus yourself and give time and space to clear your mind so that you can give birth to this idea in the most effective way.

Sometimes, the opposite of swords can be an indication that you have an idea that does not come by the way you expect it, and it’s time to go back to the drawing board. You may still be following the idea that there is no meaning for you now. Or you may have a lot of ideas on going, and you can not commit to a course of action

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