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Nine of Swords

Nine of Swords

Alone in her nest, the crow wakes from yet another nightmare. Scared to raise her head she cowers as the images of being trapped in a cage or caught in a deadly battle consume her thoughts. The Nine of Swords suggests worry consumes you, There is an issue at hand that needs addressing, and inaction has manifested itself in the form of anxiety and fear. Although the source of your worry, may not be difficult to tackle, the concern around this issue has the potential to manifest into the thing you fear most.

The Nine of Swords is a reminder that thoughts can become things, and that includes negative aspects of life.

The Nine of Swords reversed brings the message that you are getting worked up over nothing and that you may risk losing sight of what is most important to you. Take the time to look at the positive aspects of your life and focus more of your energy on what is happening here and now and not on what may or may not occur in the future.


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