Our Daily Spread, May 3, 2011

May 3, 2011 by


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Knight of Swords

Five of Wands – Five of Cups – Hanged Man


Five of Wands, which shows fellows whacking each other with boards in some kind of competition (whether sport or combat) refers to intense effort; Hanged Man is an intense idea or inspiration. It shows a fellow with yellow halo emanating from his head while he is upside down: mental energy.

Knight of Swords also involves great energy, the kind it takes to get out of or turn something around. Knight of Swords is in a hurry. His Sword is ready to attack whoever he is after … which reminds us of the fight in the Five of Wands, doesn’t it? … and his horse’s feet are off the ground, his clothing is flying.

And right in the middle of all of this is depression over a regrettable loss in the past, an intense feeling of a different kind from Hanged Man. Guilt, shame, grief, preoccupation with the past in a sad way.



So the story here, the advice, is to get past a preoccupation with the bad part of the past; to use the bad scene that haunts you to fire yourself up to do something that changes that scene.  Let the torpor inspire you to action.  Get the idea to go back to the fight you lost. We also say failure is a phase: You either get out before you get to that point, or you go on to either do something else or return to battle with new strategies.




Get out of there fast whenever you see a losing battle.

Try and fail, and onto the next idea.

Should have known he/she would be back after we fought.

Get the inspiration to go back to that fight you lost.

He/She makes an effort and gets out of feeling sad.

Motivated by failure to try, try again.

The idea to go back there and fight against a regrettable thing.

The competition has the idea they are going to lose next time.

Try again even if you think you’ll be sorry.

Take action on your vision that this disgrace is not going to happen again if you can help it.

Intense feeling this is so shameful you are putting everything you’ve got into making it like it was.

Oh, the effort it takes to change the idea of being a loser!

Getting intensely involved because you have the intense feeling to turn this sad situation around.

Engaged in an effort to revive the ideas of the past.

Remembers the past so vividly, struggles to bring it back.

Opposes the idea of this being a losing battle.

Has a different idea he is fighting for about what really happened in the past.

Intense guilt drives him to make the effort to change.

He is sorry about being so combative, is motivated to change.

Grief inspires a return to the fight.

Gets over the grief and has a notion to join in the action again.


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  1. sonia

    it connects in one or another way,good,thanks

  2. sonia

    it connect in one or another way,good,thanks

  3. Anna

    So many sentences could fit me- not sure exactly which one(s) belong to me or to someone else 🙂

  4. ME

    This relates OK….
    But what happened to the cards, or do I know and she is NOT a good person!
    WTF- why are people so mean???
    Anyway the spread does speak to me in many ways. Thanks for posting it!

  5. Tina G

    This relates to me on my job search woes….

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