Love Tarot and The Ace of Swords

Love Tarot and The Ace of Swords
Love Tarot Readings and The Ace of Swords Tarot Card

Should your draw the Ace of Swords in a love tarot reading, you can expect a relationship that is based on intellectual stimulation and a great deal of communication. Relationships of these types often center on the need to share truths and to be challenged mentally.

Traditionally, the Ace of Swords tarot card meanings refer to finding one’s courage when confronted by adversity or hardship. The Ace of Swords can often indicate using one’s intellect as a means to move ahead in one’s life. The Ace of Swords is a card of action,  urging those who draw it to meet their obstacles face on. 

It’s important to note that the Ace of Swords is also double edged. It is the bearer of truth, but with truth comes the severance of one’s illusion. If there is a lack of preparation for such shifts in perspective, the process can be both “cutting” and painful.

In love tarot readings, the Ace of Swords can bring news of a relationship that may prove to be unhealthy and, in some cases, even harmful. The Ace of Swords often calls for the need to cut negative influences out of your life. This is particularly true for intimate relationships that have taken a turn for the worse and possibly have become toxic.

Because the Ace of Swords is affiliated to truth it can also refer to the dissipation of the illusions of one’s relationship. To simply put it, these are the relationships that failed to live up to one’s expectations. In essence, one’s hopes and dreams about their relationship have proven to be nothing more than hopeful thinking.

For those in a committed relationship, the Ace of Swords often calls for a need to balance your relationship. Make sure you observe your own behaviors. Are you being overly detached? Are you intellectualizing everything and failing to experience things from your heart. Are your communication efforts aggressive or one-sided? It’s important to find a balance between your mind and heart. Try not to let your disagreements go unchecked as this could eventually lead to extreme difficulties or possible separation.

© 2010 All Rights Reserved. Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used with his permission. They are for example purposes only.


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