Tagged with depression

The Daily Draw: Ten of Swords Reversed

The Daily Draw: Ten of Swords Reversed

After You Hit the Bottom There’s no denying that the Ten of Swords is one of the scariest looking cards in the RWS tarot deck. A lifeless figure lies on the ground with all ten swords sticking out of that person’s back, a robe the color of blood draped around the lower extremities.. Devastating and … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Six of Swords, Reversed

The Daily Draw: Six of Swords, Reversed

For me, today, I see this card as representative of being emotionally stuck. One aspect of the Six of Swords is a movement away from what was troubling you in the past to calmer waters (quite literally, looking at the RWS deck).  That’s assuming you can get past the past, so to speak. It is human … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Nine of Swords, Reversed

The Daily Draw: Nine of Swords, Reversed

I could start off with an examination of what we mean by “positive” and “negative” emotions and whether emotions deserve such labels, but I’m going to skip that abstract PC conversation and cut straight to the chase. I’m pretty sure that if I say “negative emotions”, most people are going to be in the ballpark … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Queen of Swords, Reversed

The Daily Draw: Queen of Swords, Reversed

The Queen of swords is experienced, intelligent, and quite formidable. When this card is reversed, I see a person who always has something to say about any given situation and isn’t afraid to say it – a right fighter.. With this man or woman is the last word is theirs whenever possible. There can be … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: The Sun, Reversed

The Daily Draw: The Sun, Reversed

The sun, reversed: You might feel like you’re running out of steam more easily, or are generally low on energy. It’s possible this relates to the energy drain one feels when the nights are getting longer, the days end too soon and it starts to really get cold, what with the clocks going back and … Continue reading