Sometimes, I pull a card and it doesn’t apply to anything going on in my current life. In the Ten of Swords’ case, that’s probably a good thing because its traditional meaning tends to be heavy, denoting defeat, calamity, and finality. Thankfully, I’m feeling light this morning.
The Five of Swords carries an important lesson: backing down isn’t a sign of weakness but a decisive action requiring self-awareness and self-reflection.
In tarot, the Ten of Swords signifies betrayal by others, and of ourselves. How do we handle it?
How I use tarot cards for self-care and better mental health.