Padmes Daily Tarot—6 of Swords

Padmes Daily Tarot 6 of swords6 of Swords—Padmes Card of the Day

Transition is in the air. Get ready for forward movement. Difficult & challenging times shift to a much better scenario. Long-term changes in your favor take you out of your daily routine into something more heart-aligned—and leaving something that keeps your heart feeling like it’s wrapped in duct tape. Unexpected safety & security reside in this new way of doing & seeing your life. Sharp mental clarity serves you; dwell not. #tarot <3

Taurus Tarotscope December 2014

Taurus Tarotscope December 20146 of Swords—Taurus Tarotscope December 2014

Movin’ on up, Taurus. Even though leaving some tough challenges behind is the name of the game, your future’s so bright you gotta wear Prada. When you can look at your past as the place where you acquired experience instead of looking at it as your sole identity, you can start visiting that center truth that you keep locked away inside you. It’s not going anywhere. It’s still there waiting for you to come visit and stay longer this time.

On the relationship front, you may feel that you’re always the one who is making decisions, changes, and dealing with your partner’s issues. If you can be honest with yourself and your love, you can make it through with some negotiation and compromise instead of taking it on all yourself. You won’t appear weak if you do this. You will appear wise and more in control of yourself than you think. This gives others permission to be honest as well and not passive aggressive, which solves nothing.

Navigating through emotional times is best this month using reason and understanding. It would be best and beneficial to everyone involved if you took the lead to propel things forward. Otherwise no changes are going to be to your satisfaction anyway.

Taurus Tarotscope December 20146 of Swords with the Card of the Month—Knight of Wands reversed:

These cards together indicate someone getting in the way of your efforts to clear the way and forge ahead. When there’s someone who is only out for themselves or can only see situations in relation to their own, they are not going to take it with butter and jam that you’re moving their cheese. That’s ok. This month is about you doing what you need to get out of the murky waters and into a place where you can feel grounded.

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6 of Swords

Finally getting out of muddy waters. This card is a kind of like a sigh of relief. It’s not over yet, but it’s on it’s way. The seeker is moving on, getting away from past upset and old energy, and moving forward into new energy that suits a fresh purpose. It can mean literal travel, short trips, and movement into the future.

This card represents a crossroads in a seeker’s life where the Universe kicks in some luck. It’s a critical point in the seeker’s journey where situations begin to change for the better. Listening to trusted guidance will help. Things that were problematic and seemed like thick brush that was impossible to move through, suddenly parts into a path to allow passage. It’s an acknowledgment that past mistakes are being used as lessons and not being repeated.


When this card is upside down, it can mean a no-go with travel plans or a recent return. It can also refer to the seeker continuing on a path that is not in his or her best interest. They may be having trouble on this path already and this card shows the continuation into troubled waters. Often this can be remedied, but the seeker won’t allow anyone in to help, almost keeping secrets in order to keep the attention turned from what the seeker believes to look like failure.

It can mean pride getting in the way of a solution. When there’s a somewhat logical way to resolve an issue, the seeker is blind to it, not getting advice from others. When you see this card in a spread it shows that there is not quick way for an issue to resolve itself. It’s going to require some time, grace, and self-forgiveness.