Two of Swords Upright: Significance for Love, Money, Profession, Health, Spirituality

TWO OF SWORDS
TWO OF SWORDS

Two of Swords Upright Keywords:

correspondence and balance, which this correspondence defines; courage, friendship, arms agreement between states. Love, intimacy.

Two of Swords Symbolism in Raider Waite Tarot Deck

Two of Swords in Raider Waite Tarot Deck depict a A figure blindfolded balances two swords on his shoulders.

This card indicates situations in which a person is seized by strong, literally gnawing doubts. Sometimes it is a desperate attempt to exert all your intellect in order to develop a position and find a way to a solution. However, true conviction arises only when we are aware of the problem at the level of feelings. And this area of ​​the subconscious (on the map – symbols of the sea and the moon) was cut off from everything else. Crossed swords are the boundaries of the intellect that block access to it. Thus, the card represents the unpleasant situation we fall into when we rely too much on logic, refusing to listen to our inner voice. The Two of Swords is the opposite of the Priestess, about her affinity with which resembles the sitting position of both. Blue tones, embodying the priestess’s intuition, are pushed into the background here. The female figure in gray, on the gray support, perhaps, symbolizes the colorlessness of thought, empty reasoning – the very “dry theory” that Goethe wrote about. In folk tales, the gray wolf often serves as a symbol of such an “all-corroding” power of doubt.

Two of Swords  Upright Meaning:

In the upright position, the card symbolizes balanced forces, hardness, the ability to move forward (unless the impulse is not attenuated).
The impulse that is set by the ACE OF SWORDS, that is, Strength, meets with the resistance of the Medium. It’s like a vector
directed towards another vector. Thus, we are faced with a situation of deuces, and deuces at the lowest level – a collision. This does not mean, of course, that the TWO SWORDS card implements the two at the lowest level.
The hidden value of this card is the development of a certain resultant, the coming to some kind of constructed compromise. Therefore, the TWO OF SWORDS can also mean cooperation, harmony, harmony (superficial).

Two of Swords Reversed Meaning:

In the inverted position, the card symbolizes the attenuation of the Force, duality, falsity, dishonor, betrayal, “fake” friends, a lie.
At the level of the two of swords, a check takes place: is desire really strong? The will, faced with an obstacle, either overcomes it or fades out. Venus is realized in TWO OF SWORDS, therefore two main topics are clearly audible in this map: the sign of Taurus and, of course, Libra (Venus is the ruler of these signs).

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Two of swords stands for The first decade of Libra from September 23 to October 2.

Mars, Venus. Chiron, Seventh House.
The sign of Libra symbolizes the comprehension by the human mind of the external world, which (comprehension) first occurs at the level of abstractions. Libra is a partner of signs, for which reciprocity and mutual assistance is important, helping them to find the harmony necessary for the movement of thought, but in life there is something else for our consciousness – first of all, another person whom we initially perceive also abstractly.
The first decade of Libra is an impulse that prompts thoughts to leave the maternal depths of the subconscious and (going beyond the natural soul) to strive for a new one. This is a thinking divorced from the flesh of Being, dissecting the world into two parts, weighing the possibilities for and against, and inferring a logical conclusion. The TARO card depicts a figure dressed in white clothes with a blindfold. The blindfold symbolizes focus on the human inner world. Out of reconciliation with oneself and readiness to accept any knowledge, inner truth grows. The figure sits on a cube (the solid foundation of her beliefs) in a pose of perfect balance, holding in her hands two huge crossed swords with their pointed upwards. Crossed SWORDS – conflicting thoughts that give impetus to the work of consciousness. But conscious free choice is realized only at the moment when equilibrium is reached between the two possibilities and nothing (the choice) interferes with it. If you lose your inner peace, you lose your clarity of sight. In the background of the picture is a smooth expanse of water: emotions are completely at rest and under the control of the mind. The first decade of Libra is inherent in good taste, the refinement of thought and the perfection of style. She (a decade) is also characterized by sympathy, courtesy, delicacy and the desire for subtle relationships, and she is controlled by a flexible moon that is well aware of the nuances and is able to adapt and identify with a partner. The moon endows those born in this decade with moral purity and allows it to be a “perfect judge” in the field of human relations, “but she (the Moon) also gives this decade some indecision,

Swords – Upright Card Meaning

Ace of Swords Two of Swords Three of Swords Four of Swords Five of Swords Six of Swords , Seven of Swords , Eight of Swords Nine of Swords , Ten of Swords , Page of Swords Knight of Swords , Queen of Swords , King of Swords

Swords – Reversed Card Meaning

Ace of Swords Reversed Two of Swords Reversed Three of Swords Reversed Four of Swords Reversed , Five of Swords Reversed , Six of Swords Reversed Seven of Swords Reversed Eight of Swords Reversed Nine of Swords Reversed Ten of Swords Reversed Page of Swords Reversed , Knight of Swords Reversed Queen of Swords Reversed King of Swords Reversed

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