56-Seven of Swords Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

As with the upright card, the appearance of The reversed Seven of Swords in the context of work, can mean that your employer is looking at your work and what you do very closely. This is not a time to try to ‘get away’ with anything whatsoever; you will surely be found out. Something which seems very small to you (like taking home a few pens from work) may seem like a huge breach of trust and result in major problems at work with your boss, up to and including the possible loss of your job. If you are looking for work, play up your trustworthiness and willingness to commit.

Card Meanings: Confessing, Turning Over New Leaf, Slander, No Backbone, Dangerously Two-Faced, Being Outsmarted, Con Artist, Malicious, Blackmail, Running Away From Consequences, Ignoring Warnings, Coward, Getting Caught, Conscience Kicking In, Serial Cheat, Unworkable Strategy, Stealing Credit, Helpful, Coming Clean, Advice, Counsel, Pathological Liar

The Seven of Swords can point to someone who is behaving with less than ethical intentions. It sometimes also means prying into someone’s life where you don’t belong. If you sense that someone is spying on you, you may be right. If you are tempted to dig through someone else’s life (unless it is that of your minor child who has given you cause for concern), resist the impulse. Everyone deserves privacy.

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