Have you been feeling like there is a relationship or situation you’re in that needs to end?
Today’s card is to let you know the time has come to clear up your own energy field from challenging or difficult people and situations.
And don’t worry, the divine has your back!
The Ten of Swords showed up in the reading for you today to bring your attention to the necessity for a clean break or finishing a troublesome or draining issue, situation or relationship.
The Suit of Swords tarot cards deal with the mental level of consciousness that is centered around the mind and the intellect.
Swords mirror the quality of mind present in your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs.
I’m sure you already know people or situations can be energetically helpful, feel good, and enhance our lives.
Or they can be draining, feel negative, and detract from or distract us from what really matters.
Or they can be neutral where we don’t feel one way or another.
Those negative, troublesome situations which have been shown to be difficult over time are your sign they are not a good use of your energy to participate in any longer.
Sometimes we think things will get better. Sometimes we hope for the best, and justify what we see.
Have you ever let a relationship or situation linger because it was good once only to realize in time you could have let it go sooner?
The Ten of Swords appears when it is time to end a difficult situation and implies that a karmic life lesson has been learned.
When we are able to find that clear perception, it makes endings less painful than they may be otherwise.
Using a clear lens to view the situation is necessary at this time to remind you that this ending is truly for your highest good.
By seeing things with clarity, it can help create the internal space for you to move to the place of knowing the universe is on your side and helping to guide you!
Facts About the Number 64
64 is the number of hexagrams in the I Ching and is the subject of the Beatles song "When I'm Sixty-Four."
Base 64 is used in Base64 encoding and other data compression formats. It’s also the number of crayons in the popular Crayola 64 pack.
The Beatles arrived at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on February 7, 1964.
The number 64 signifies self-determination, independence, home, pragmatism, and doing things of mutual benefit for yourself and your family.
The number 64 also represents new ideas and new ways of doing things. This number signifies self-sufficiency.
“I see with clear vision the lessons I've learned from this particular person or situation. It is with great gratitude that I bless and release them, knowing it is for my highest good as well as theirs. I honor the journey and allow in the peace of knowing the divine is always with me.”