Tag Archives: King of Swords

Daily Tarot Reading for 2-28-2019

Today’s Tarot card is the King of Swords (Decisions). It’s okay to pay attention to your emotions today, but don’t let them rule you. Treat how you feel as a piece of information that can help you make important decisions. Whether you feel good or bad is a clue as to the direction you should be heading in. Use your mastery to step out of your situation and look at it with an objective eye.

Have a great day.

Daily Tarot Reading for 10-17-2018

The Tarot card of the day is the King of Swords. This card suggests that this is a good time to allow logic to step forward and lead the way for your heart. Use your emotions and experiences as information for your mind to process.  In other news, perhaps someone in your life may approach you with their thoughts and wisdom. Their input may help give you clarity.

Have a bright, sunny, clear day (figuratively speaking)!

Daily Tarot Reading for 8-29-2018

We have two Tarot cards today: The King of Swords and the Two of Cups. It seems that today’s draw continues this week’s theme of emotional connection, with Monday highlighting familial/Universal love and yesterday highlighting personal emotional satisfaction. Today’s Two of Cups represents one-on-one relationships — deep emotional connections with a lover/friend/family member or even instant connections we sometimes have with people we just met. The King of Swords is asking us to use emotional intelligence to guide us through these love connections. Be honest but kind, form an emotional bond but respect boundaries, and express your feelings clearly without projecting negativity onto others.

Have a wonderful day.

Daily Tarot Reading – Extended Weekend Report 8-24 to 8-26-2018

The Tarot card for today, Saturday, and Sunday is the King of Swords. Use logic and fairness in all of your dealings this weekend. Examine your emotions, passions, and practical matters through the lens of your thought processes. Apply this  same intelligence to your speech so that your can effectively communicate exactly what you mean to say. It is very possible that people you interact with will be straightforward and blunt. Don’t take offense. Appreciate their honesty as it will help you see things more clearly.

Have a stellar weekend.

Daily Tarot Reading for 6-27-2018

The Tarot card of the day is the King of Swords. This is a day to practice clear communication and clear thinking. Look at your situation objectively, like the character on the card. Try to master the ability to put your emotions in check. Don’t take things personally — and by that I mean consider your past experiences when you make a decision but don’t attach to the emotions. To strike a balance between knowledge and wisdom is a lesson of the King of Swords. Being fair and compassionate to others, and especially to yourself, is another.

Have a great day.

Daily Tarot Reading – Extended Weekend Report 5-4 to 5-6-2018

The Tarot card for today, Saturday, and Sunday is the King of Swords. With this energy, use logic and reasoning to approach the events of the weekend. Think before you act, stay calm instead of react emotionally, and try to be objective. See things from all sides before making decisions and strive to treat others fairly. And don’t forget, be fair to yourself and have a relaxing weekend!


Daily Tarot Reading for 1-8-2018

Good morning, everyone! Today’s card is the King of Swords. You will be mentally sharp and able to communicate your thoughts effectively, which is a plus for a Monday! If any unexpected problems come up, you will be able to handle the situation calmly. If anger flares up in others, you will have a cool head. The way you handle yourself and your sense of maturity will be most welcome to those around you.

Have a wonderful day!

Daily Tarot Reading for 12-6-2017

The card for today is the King of Swords. You are the master of logic and discernment today. No hasty actions or runaway feelings — you will be able to think first before behaving in a way that does not serve your best interests. Under the right circumstances, it’s great to let your emotions run free. But sometimes it is good to look objectively at how you feel in order understand yourself better and to grow from that understanding.