52-Three of Swords Reversed Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Card Meanings: Overcoming Grief/ Sorrow/ Sadness, Repressing Emotions, Getting Over The Worst, Confusion, Reconciliation, Compromise, Suppressing Memories, Sorrow, Sharing Problems, Releasing Pain, Optimism, Overcoming Depression, Loss, Recovering From Heartbreak, Forgiveness, Inability To Let Go Of Pain

The Lord of Sorrow sometimes bring sadness in with him when he appears – and he also highlights areas of life where decisions are needed, and where we feel unable to make important choices. This indecision leads to sadness and frustration. So on a day when he rules, we need to be exploring our unhappy feelings, wondering if there are issues that we feel unable to deal with, which are causing us pain or confusion. However, it’s important not to expect ourselves to deal with conflicts or problems until we feel stronger. So, having identified our difficulties, we need to file them in the ‘to do….’ box & treat ourselves very gently for the rest of the day. In regaining our strength we’ll be much better equipped to deal with things (notice the connection here with the Aeon – all decisions have their moment) If today you have no particular difficulties that need dealing with, you might like to spend a little time considering the whole concept of sorrow. We have become very afraid of experiencing pain & often go to great lengths not to enter into our own pain with a generous, gentle heart.

Yet having the ability to face your own pain makes it into a more tolerable event when, sadly, it happens in your life. Look at the ways in which you have dealt with past pain. Try to decide if you feel you have done the best you could for yourself – and if not, work out why not. When we get hurt, we often make our suffering much worse by barbing the pain with guilt, self-accusation and bitterness directed to both ourselves and others. Often we do this as a way of trying to avoid feeling our pain – we distract ourselves with things that are basically irrelevant, but which eventually end up fouling the pure experience of hurting. Each one of us has a right to experience our sadness without judgement, nor recriminations, nor guilt. If, rather than avoiding hurt, we engage it, sometimes it can provide a clear energy for transformation, creativity and development. I don’t advocate suffering as an efficient spiritual tool, but there are times when, since you hurt anyhow, you can direct the deep emotional experience into new insight. And in so doing, you might well find your way through your pain with fewer after-effects and dark memories.

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Reversed Cards: Here in the retrograde aspect, we take another look at the power or, more to the point, the lessening of power Saturn has on our lives. Saturn reminds us of our limitations and plays havoc on the mind. It is no wonder it is linked to the Three of Swords. The Three of Swords in the retrograde aspect can signify an easing of the mind and a break from stress and anxiety. This is a good thing. Capitalize on it and use it to hasten the healing process and propel yourself from the weightiness of this card. Use this retrograde energy to start looking for more positive things in your experience. Only listen to uplifting and empowering words. Audiobooks and podcasts are wonderful for this.

Angel Encyclopedia: Another important orisha is Eleggua, the god of entryways, doors, and roads, who permits the other orishas to come to earth. All homes keep an image of Eleggua behind the door to serve as gatekeeper. In Candomblé, worshipers pray to the Exus, similar in function to Eleggua but more like primal forces of nature who act as divine tricksters and messengers to the gods, a function of traditional angels. Eleggua has many manifestations, and some of them are called Eshus as well. The Eshus or Exus can be benign or malignant. King Exu often is identified with Lucifer, and works with Beelzebub and Astaroth to become Exu Mor (death) and Exu of the Crossroads. At his worst he is Exu of the Closed Paths, a wicked DEMON who closes off all paths to prosperity, love, success, and health.

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Elements of the Psychic World: There are many versions of the story but the ghost is thought to be that of Kate Morgan, who checked into the hotel on 24 November under the name of Lottie A Bernard. She was given room 3312. Her husband, Tom, a card shark, did not arrive as expected. Apparently the couple had quarrelled on the way to the hotel, when Tom was surprised by news of Kate’s pregnancy, and he had got off the train agreeing to meet her there.