Daily Tarot for January 10, 2014

Greetings everyone!

Yesterday was a reading about staying steady when faced with opposition. Today we have a reading about facing inner conflict.

We begin with the Two of Swords which basically means feeling caught in the middle, or stalemate. There is an inability to make a decision, or to move one way or the other.


This situation causes emotional pain and makes you feel isolated.


Which is confirmed with the Hermit. The Hermit also indicates that there has been a need to withdraw, go within and contemplate.


Drawing more cards, for clarification the Tarot has some advice. The Ace of Pentacles says to have faith, trust in yourself, followed by the Queen of Cups this could be interpreted as having trust in your intuition. You have what you need to reach goals. The Ace of Pentacles is also about abundance. Enjoy what you have already in your hands. Sometimes it can also mean being given what you need. All in all, it’s a card of reassurance.


The last card is the Magician. The Magician is a reminder that we have the power to create our own world.

Llewellyn Tarot, the Magician

This whole reading is one of reassurance. There is a great deal of worry and anxiety to the point of self-persecution. Remember you are the Magician of your own worlds. All IS well if we (using the words of empowerment of Jean Luc Picard of Star Trek) “Make it so”!




5 thoughts on “Daily Tarot for January 10, 2014

  1. You drew the Two of Swords and the Three of Swords back to back? I’m going back to bed until the Queen of Cups (aka the Lady of the Lake) gets here.

  2. Half of these cards came up in my reading this morning too. Hmmm…

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