Tarot Readings for You for April 8, Friday 2016©

Apr 8, 2016 by

GUIDANCE        A long slow steady effort to overcome comes to the showdown, and pays off: That’s today’s news. You fix the part of yourself you have been working on, or you fix the antagonist who for a long time has been smirking at you. If there’s a showdown, it’s a whimper scene, not a bang one.

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Ten of Wands – Strength – Five of Swords

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Tarot Readings: Ten of Wands and Strength

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Overcoming in a slow progression of skirmishes.

Dealing with internal conflicts and eventually getting the best of them.

I have the character to handle any challenge, no matter how huge.

Keep preventing a situation until you beat it.

Eventually you solve a problem that has you stumped.

You are bigger than your burden, you beat it.

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Tarot Readings: Ten of Wands and Five of Swords

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A wise-ass bully is slowly developing your ability to handle opposition.

Being taken advantage of for years is how I am the one who can handle anything.

They will eventually take advantage of you, you know, unless you prevent them.

There’s always some problem-child for you to handle.

I eventually get my bad self to behave.

The way to get the best of it is to keep at it until you do get the best of it.

He makes constant disruptions and scenes for the manager to handle.

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Tarot Readings: Strength and Five of Swords

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He used to push people around until he met the lion tamer.

I get a grip on my snarly side eventually.

So many thieves to deal with.

Your woman is a big threat.

His woman is so rough on him.

A cruel person eventually meets his match.

I’m slowly getting a grip on what got the best of me.

She handles all the worst defiant cases.

Dealing with the wise-guy wears me out.

I overcome so many things I get cocky.

She is one very mean bossy woman.

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Ten of Wands – Strength – Five of Swords

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You see Five of Swords and Strength, you have a clash – no way around it. It could even be an internal struggle (struggle with Self), or it could be any two opposing parties (people or ideas or organizations). Whatever, a skirmish is underway. Each of these cards tells you that, and together they scream it!

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Strength and Five of Swords are both very assertive and controlling persons. Five of Swords is associated with bullying, stealing, oneupsmanship, outsmarting, being a wiseguy or bad guy, a snarly antagonizing person or situation. (A phrase for Five of Swords is ‘show you who’s boss.’ It represents the bully; it represents being picked on by a bullying person; and it covers getting even too.)  And why is this so? – because the story in the picture here in Five of Swords is that these guys are young knights who were doing swordplay, and the smirker, after he won, claimed the fight was a duel, in which case he claims their ancestral inheritance of their family land and business connections.

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Strength, on the other hand, is associated with preventing interference and disruption, or handling it – resolving it, applying a solution for it. Strength is taming the monster; Five of Swords is the monster. Strength represents the solution to a situation, and is a person who solves problems, and Five of Swords intimidates and is the problem. So sometimes you see Strength and Five of Swords telling a story about a manager disciplining a thieving employee, or a thief being prosecuted, or even a risk manager preventing thievery or disruptions.

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Five of Swords goes right alongside Strength as Strength’s antagonist (as the opposition Strength quashes or prevents – the opposition whom Strength shuts down or shuts up). But Strength can be the bossy controlling dame in the same way Five of Swords is the bossy controlling guy. This is a totally different setting: The shoe is on the other foot, so to speak. This domineering-woman scenario for Strength and Five of Swords is far less frequent, but it exists. The parties which/who are established in the Question, or the input of surrounding cards, will tell you the story.

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Five of Swords is strongly the bad guy (or even the criminal) who disrupts and interferes. It is the lead card for the wise-guy attitude, the smirking sneak, the thief, the bully. Cliches like these belong to Five of Swords: I did it my way; I show you who’s boss; what are you gonna do about it?, I take what I want – all of which are about someone born with the right-of-way.

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Strength finesses a clash. The bully has picked on the martial artist here. Strength influences; Five of Swords intimidates. Strength overcomes without a struggle and without passion. Note Strength has her hands around the lion’s snout, as if she were petting the monster. Sometimes petting the monster is the best move. Five of Swords is dark energy. Five of Swords is the smirk, the strut, the desire to put down, humiliate, rip off and hurt. Strength wins: It means to overcome, no way around it. Without Strength around him, Five of Swords may or may not achieve that purpose. So in a fight between a Strength side and a Five of Swords side, Strength overcomes and wins the battle. Quite often Strength is the rightful owner of the turf, and Five of Swords is the intruder. (You may know that in nature the owner of the turf usually wins.)

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Socially in the Five-of-Swords-and-Strength situations, we have a male and a female who are in a power struggle, or a man trying to show a woman who’s boss, or a woman making a man behave. Or any combination of those choices.

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Strength is the lion tamer, you see, and this Strength card is about overcoming. Strength is the lead card for overcoming both external and internal conflicts and challenges (like bad habits). Strength is mostly ‘on the right side,’ evidenced by the symbols of spiritual power and purity of character in Strength’s illustration.

 

 

Ten of Wands is the innocent bystander in our Tarot spread today. Think of Ten of Wands being ‘eventually’ and ‘extremely.’ You see a man who has taken on the whole load, to do it all in one operation. His back is bent, and his progress is slow. But he makes it. He gets there. That is the main point in Ten of Wands: slow progress – the Turtle in Aesop’s fable. Today Ten of Wands means ‘eventually’ several times; means ‘slowly’ several times; means variants of ‘very’ several times, and it mentions ‘huge,’ ‘your burden,’ ‘always,’ ‘constant,’ and ‘keeps at it until.’

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You see Five of Swords and Strength, you have a clash – no way around it. It could even be an internal struggle (struggle with Self), or it could be any two opposing parties (people or ideas or organizations). Whatever, a skirmish is underway. Each of these cards tells you that, and together they scream it!

Strength and Five of Swords are both very assertive and controlling persons. Five of Swords is associated with bullying, stealing, oneupsmanship, outsmarting, being a wiseguy or bad guy, a snarly antagonizing person or situation. A phrase for Five of Swords is ‘show you who’s boss.’ It represents the bully; it represents being picked on by a bullying person; and it covers getting even too.

And why is this so? – because the story in the picture here in Five of Swords is that these guys are young knights who were doing swordplay, and the smirker, after he won, claimed the fight was a duel, in which case he claims their ancestral inheritance of their family land and business connection.

Strength, on the other hand, is associated with preventing interference and disruption, or handling it – resolving it, applying a solution for it. Strength is taming the monster; Five of Swords is the monster. Strength represents the solution to a situation, and is a person who solves problems, and Five of Swords intimidates and is the problem. So sometimes you see Strength and Five of Swords telling a story about a manager disciplining a thieving employee, or a thief being prosecuted, or even a risk manager preventing thievery or disruptions.

Five of Swords goes right alongside Strength as Strength’s antagonist (as the opposition whom Strength quashes or prevents – whom Strength shuts down or shuts up). But Strength can be the bossy controlling dame in the same way Five of Swords is the bossy controlling guy. This is a totally different setting: The shoe is on the other foot, so to speak. This domineering-woman scenario for Strength and Five of Swords is far less frequent, but it exists. The parties which/who are established in the Question, or the input of surrounding cards, will tell you the story.

Five of Swords is strongly the bad guy (or even criminal) who disrupts and interferes. It is the lead card for the wise-guy attitude, the smirking sneak, the thief, the bully. Cliches like these belong to Five of Swords: I did it my way; I show you who’s boss; what are you gonna do about it?, I take what I want – all of which are about someone born with the right-of-way.

Strength finesses a clash. The bully has picked on the martial artist here. Strength influences; Five of Swords intimidates. Strength overcomes without a struggle and without passion. Note Strength has her hands around the lion’s snout, as if she were petting the monster. Sometimes petting the monster is the best move. Five of Swords is dark energy. Five of Swords is the smirk, the strut, the desire to put down, humiliate, rip off and hurt. Strength wins: It means to overcome, no way around it. Without Strength around him, Five of Swords may or may not achieve that purpose. So in a fight between a Strength side and a Five of Swords side, Strength overcomes and wins the battle. Quite often Strength is the rightful owner of the turf, and Five of Swords is the intruder. (You may know that in nature the owner of the turf usually wins.)

Socially in the Five-of-Swords-and-Strength situations, we have a male and a female who are in a power struggle, or a man trying to show a woman who’s boss, or a woman making a man behave. Or any combination of those choices.

Strength is the lion tamer, you see, and this Strength card is about overcoming. Strength is the lead card for overcoming both external and internal conflicts and challenges (like bad habits). Strength is mostly ‘on the right side,’ evidenced by the symbols of spiritual power and purity of character in Strength’s illustration.

Ten of Wands is the innocent bystander in our Tarot spread today. Think of Ten of Wands being ‘eventually’ and ‘extremely.’ You see a man who has taken on the whole load, to do it all in one operation. His back is bent, and his progress is slow. But he makes it. He gets there. That is the main point in Ten of Wands: slow progress – the Turtle in Aesop’s fable. Today Ten of Wands means ‘eventually’ several times; means ‘slowly’ several times; means variants of ‘very’ several times, and it mentions ‘huge,’ ‘your burden,’ ‘always,’ ‘constant,’ and ‘keeps at it until.’

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Ten of Wands      Too much: That’s our Ten of Wands. Well, he has too much to do, but he’s doing it. This is about a difficult task, a hard time, a long time, keeping at it, doing it all in one load, a gradual, exhausting, uphill climb. It translates ‘forever’ fairly often. If the question is ‘will it happen in this certain time?, the answer when this Ten of Wands shows up is easily: Longer than that.

Strength      The focus of strength is taming the beast (overcoming personal challenges), solving situations, and preventing troublemakers or trouble from being a threat. It shows an assertive woman who can handle anything because she has spiritual strength, represented by the symbol above her head and her white gown with garlands. Strength is ‘on it.’ Strength has influence and is even controlling. She is the Tarot counterpart of Chariot. And like World, her spiritual ability repels interference.

Five of Swords      Here’s that wise guy, the one who does as he pleases, cheats people, and takes his half down the middle. The unethical competition, the cruel taker. Here’s your mugger, robber and thief lead card too. But sometimes Five of Swords means to get even, to kick butt, and to beat something by asserting yourself. He is the cheater in any scene. He represents the ‘I’ll show you’ attitude, the ‘you can’t do that to ME’ attitude, and even the ‘I’ve got mine’ attitude. Five of Swords is ‘on the take.’

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The miscreant, the delinquent, meets the matriarch: Bad boy gets mama’s attention. Or you whip that habit or vice that overcame you. Today we are about setting things straight that were getting out of hand. Today could be a showdown.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM.

Tarot Readings: Ten of Wands and Strength

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Overcoming STRENGTH in a slow progression TEN OF WANDS of skirmishes FIVE OF SWORDS.

Dealing with internal STRENGTH conflicts FIVE OF SWORDS and eventually TEN OF WANDS getting the best of them STRENGTH or FIVE OF SWORDS.

I have the character to handle any STRENGTH challenge FIVE OF SWORDS, no matter how huge TEN OF WANDS.

Keep preventing a situation STRENGTH until TEN OF WANDS you beat it FIVE OF SWORDS.

Eventually TEN OF WANDS you solve a problem STRENGTH that has you stumped FIVE OF SWORDS.

You are bigger than STRENGTH your burden TEN OF WANDS, you beat it FIVE OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Ten of Wands and Five of Swords

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A wise-ass bully FIVE OF SWORDS is slowly developing TEN OF WANDS your ability to handle opposition STRENGTH.

Being taken advantage of FIVE OF SWORDS for years TEN OF WANDS is how I am the one who can handle anything STRENGTH.

They will eventually TEN OF WANDS take advantage of you FIVE OF SWORDS, you know, unless you prevent them STRENGTH.

There’s always TEN OF WANDS some problem-child FIVE OF SWORDS for you to handle STRENGTH.

I eventually TEN OF WANDS get my bad self to behave STRENGTH AND FIVE OF SWORDS.

The way to get the best of it FIVE OF SWORDS is to keep at it until TEN OF WANDS you do get the best of it STRENGTH.

He makes constant TEN OF WANDS disruptions and scenes FIVE OF SWORDS for the manager to handle STRENGTH.

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Tarot Readings: Strength and Five of Swords

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He used to push people around FIVE OF SWORDS until TEN OF WANDS he met the lion tamer STRENGTH.

I get a grip on STRENGTH my snarly side FIVE OF SWORDS eventually TEN OF WANDS.

So many TEN OF WANDS thieves FIVE OF SWORDS to deal with STRENGTH.

Your woman STRENGTH is a big TEN OF WANDS threat FIVE OF SWORDS.

His woman STRENGTH is so TEN OF WANDS rough on him FIVE OF SWORDS.

A cruel person FIVE OF SWORDS eventually TEN OF WANDS meets his match STRENGTH.

I’m slowly getting TEN OF WANDS a grip on STRENGTH what got the best of me FIVE OF SWORDS.

She handles STRENGTH all TEN OF WANDS the worst defiant cases FIVE OF SWORDS.

Dealing with STRENGTH the wise-guy FIVE OF SWORDS wears me out TEN OF WANDS.

I overcome STRENGTH so many things TEN OF WANDS I get cocky FIVE OF SWORDS.

She is one very TEN OF WANDS mean FIVE OF SWORDS bossy women STRENGTH.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!.

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…..    Ten of Wands and Strength      Overcoming in a slow progression of _.  Dealing with internal conflicts, and eventually …. I have the character to handle any _, no matter how huge. Keep preventing a situation until …. Eventually you solve a problem. You are bigger than your burden. … is slowly developing your ability to handle opposition. … for years is how I am the one who can handle anything. They will eventually …, you know, unless you prevent them. There’s always something for you to handle. I eventually get myself to behave. The way to get the best of it is to keep at it until …. He makes constant … for the manager to handle. _ used to … until he met the lion tamer. I get a grip on … eventually. So many _ to deal with. Your woman is a big _. His woman is so …. His woman is so rough on him. … eventually meets his match. I’m slowly getting a grip on …. She handles all … She handles all the worst cases. Dealing with __ wears me out. I overcome so many thing. She is one very bossy woman. x

.. ..…  Ten of Wands and Five of Swords      … in a slow progression of skirmishes. Eventually getting the best of them. Any challenge, no matter how huge. Keep until you beat it. Eventually … that has you stumped. … your burden, you beat it. A wise-ass bully is slowly developing …. Being taken advantage of for years …. They will eventually take advantage of you. There’s alwasys some problem-child. I eventually get my bad self to _. Keep at it until you do get the best of it. He makes constant disruptions and scenes. He used to push people around. … my snarly side eventually. So many thieves. A big threat. So rough on him. A cruel person eventually …. I’m slowly … what got the best of me. All the worst defiant cases. The wise-guy wears me out. … so many things I get cocky. … very mean.*** x

…… ..    Strength and Five of Swords      Overcoming in skirmishes. Dealing with internal conflicts and getting the best of them. I have the character to handle any challenge. Preventing a situation, you beat it. You solve a problem that has you stumped. You are bigger than it, you beat it. A wise-ass bully is developing your ability to handle opposition. Being taken advantage of is how I am the one who can handle anything. _ take advantage of you, you know, unless you prevent them. Some problem-child for you to handle. Get my bad self to behave. The way to get the best of it is to …you do get the best of it. Disruptions and scenes for the manager to handle. He pushes people around until he meets the lion tamer. He _ push people around until he met the lion tamer. I get a grip on my snarly side. Thieves to deal with. Your woman is a threat. His woman is rough on him. A cruel person meets his match. Getting a grip on what got the best of me. She handles the defiant cases. Dealing with the wise-guy. I overcome, so I get cocky. She is a mean bossy woman. x

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  1. Tina

    Had a great day with Mr Bull. He was smiling, flirting and sneakily kept looking at me. One particular moment was when he was standing in the hallway in front of my office facing sideways but his eyes was looking at me while he was sipping his coffee. Then making silly comments and staring and smiling at me. I responded everyone with a big smile so he knows I’m giving him the green light to do more.

  2. Tina

    I think this spread is about me overcoming my bad habits with Mr Bull. As long as I keep calm, cool and collected and definitely do not initiate anything I should be in the clear with no troubles to come my way.

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