Daily Tarot Reading:

Your daily tarot reading gives you direction to help you make better everyday decisions leading to more favourable outcomes.

Each day, a tarot card of the day is generated and interpreted, depicting the energies of the day. This gives you personal guidance and intuitive direction to make better decisions.

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Three of Swords (Upright)

When the Three of Swords appears in your midst, there may be an indication of pain, loss and suffering in your life. It may be grounded on separation or termination of relationships, such as in a friendship or in a romantic love affair.

The magnitude of this agony may be very difficult to endure but when you view it positively, it could imply a new beginning or a fresh new start. This particular tarot card is an epitome of agony, distress and suffering. It portrays an image of a heart being deeply stabbed by three long swords.

The heart in the image represents love, care and affection while the swords symbolize the inclination to cause pain and anguish to those it wishes to pierce. A sea of stormy and turbulent clouds can be seen in the background while the rain is pouring heavily.

This stands for the sadness, misery and desolation that envelops and covers the already dismaying situation..

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Knight of Swords (Reverse)

The Knight of Swords is an image of conflict, loss and intellectual control. It exemplifies a dynamic and aggressive personality who is determined and motivated to attain success in his endeavors.

It also connotes dark and struggling times and the need to overcome all of it through grit and critical thinking. This card is illustrated through a figure of a glorious and valiant knight riding hastily on a white horse. He seems to be hurriedly trudging towards a big battle, enamored and fully-equipped to bring down the challenges and obstacles of life.

The white horse secured in a harness symbolizes the purity and mental force that this individual possesses in conquering the tough enemies that he may encounter. Stormy clouds can be seen lurking on the sky as he continues to journey towards the fullness of this fight..

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Six of Cups (Reverse)

The Six of Cups speaks of nostalgia, childhood innocence and the joy of recollecting the past. It is a beautiful remembrance of all the persons and occasions that sparked happiness in your life, including those that broke your heart but made you learned a lesson.

This may be in the form of a past romance, rewarding achievements received during childhood years or simply through a merry reunion with family, friends and loved ones. In this card, a figure of two children can be seen basking in a background filled with cups and flowers. It shows a boy with a red head dress giving pretty white flowers to a girl.

This represents the passing and giving away of traditions, practices and other happy memories. Behind them are structures similar to that of a castle or mansion which is a symbolism for a safe and comfortable refuge..

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