Nine of Swords Tarot Card Meanings




Accidents Paranoia Depression Sadness Mental anguish

The Nine of Swords is often a card about anxiety and fear. Look carefully at what worries you.

Try not to blame people and situations for how you feel. Please pay attention to your breathing: it helps to achieve peace.

Nine of Swords - tarot card meaning

You will need to protect yourself against feelings of anxiety. If you feel anxiety, carefully consider whether you can overcome or reduce it or see if other people or things in your life are contributing to this. If this is the case, see what you can change to make your life easier. During this period, there will be something that can make people feel that their life should be somehow broader than it is. Try to find comfort and joy in ordinary things. That’s where the beauty is.

Love

Something about your relationship may upset you. Don’t ignore these feelings. You are probably right if you think something is not healthy in this relationship. If you suspect that something is happening behind your back, it is best to ask your partner about it. Don’t worry about it if you’ve met someone recently. Confidence takes time, so don’t rush.

Finance

If you have a bad financial situation, slow down and take a critical look at what is happening. Do you try very hard to figure everything out on your own? None of us is an island. Check out what’s available to you when it comes to help and use it. Don’t bother gambling. Miracles happen but act wisely. When in doubt, ask questions.

Future

The standards you have set for yourself can be unreasonable and can lead to disappointment and disappointment. You must be able to forgive yourself and others for overcoming your negative feelings.

Tarot Reading YES or NO - Nine of Swords

The Nine of Swords is a symbol of worry, sadness, and anxiety.

It can mean a period of mental anguish, some terrible accident, or the arrival of many sleepless nights.

The return of the worst may be in front of you, and you should beware of depression and thoughts of self-harm. The answer is no.