The Queen of Crystal Thinking
The Queen of Swords is the latest in a series of court cards this morning. Have you noticed new people coming into your life this week or reappearing? From the vantage point of my desk, a crowd seems to be building.
Never mind, the queen of Swords has a sense of humour. The Queen of Swords needs a sense of humour. That sense of humour is a sign of her intelligence, and a safety valve. You see, this Queen is can be quite serious in her overall demeanour, but sometimes you just have to laugh or cry. She’s done both, though she tries not to let people see her doing the latter. She often carries her pain in silent dignity—If you don’t know her well you may not see it at all.
You might see her anger however, which is likely to be triggered by inequality and unfairness, regardless of whether it is directed at her. She is a champion of the underdogs, who are sometimes actual dogs, but may be people, organizations or demographic groups who might be in the marginalized or disenfranchised, or working to help those who are. If there is injustice somewhere in the world she will feel it and focus her energy on it.
The Queen of Swords has a clarity of vision that prevents her from seeing anything other than the truth, unlike some, she cannot pretend or deceive herself into thinking that a situation, event or a person is anything other than what it is. While this is a gift, it can also be a painful and lonely place to be. We all feel pain, get hurt, are let down by someone we trusted. However, we don’t always see it coming in stark detail that is like reading a book you wrote yourself. This queen’s mind can put the puzzle pieces together even before they are all out of the box.
This queen respects honest people with good intentions who are willing to look at the facts before making up their minds. If you can make her laugh, that’s a bonus.
Use this queen’s energy today to get a clearer understanding of something that is troubling you, and how you can improve it.