The Daily Draw: Ace of Swords

Featured imageAbout three weeks ago this card came up reversed for this blog. At the time Mercury was retrograde. My main take-away from that was to be as clear as possible in your thinking and proceed with caution.

Now the card is upright, and people who know more about astrology than I tell me the stars are lining up for what one person has called “the best week of 2015 so far”. Assuming that, I’m going to say this is an excellent day for your little grey cells.

Whatever opportunities or obstacles come your way, the energy of the Ace of Swords will provide you with the clarity of thought to see the way forward and make easily decide which path to take. You can trust yourself to make those decisions. You won’t need to second guess later.

Not being omniscient, we can feel like that we don’t have all the information we want or need to be completely confident in our decision making process. In my own phraseology it’s a feeling that there is something I don’t know, but I don’t know what it is. Today is going to feel more like everything is out in the open, the curtain is pulled back, and the sky is clear.

In the event that you are on the receiving end, or are in the middle of some judgement, such as a salary or performance review (it is that time of year) or a job interview you’ll find that you are treated ethically and fairly. You will do well if you have earned it, or if you are the right person and this is the right situation.

If you don’t get what you think you want, know that there is a good reason and take steps to bring yourself more in tune with the frequency of receiving, such as poking your head out of your cubicle to see what other job options are available. I think Friday is still employment ad day in the Irish Times.

If you are the reviewer or interviewer, I trust you will be fair and ethical. Of course, you shouldn’t need a card for me to tell you that. That’s just simple physics – Newton’s law of what goes around comes around.

Published by David Cady

Reiki Master, Rahanni practitioner, musician, writer, free thinker, family man, not necessarily in that order.

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