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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Seven of Pentacles (Reverse)

Victory has multiple faces; it’s not just about the things you gain, nor is it just about the flowers, the congratulations and the accompanying loud merriment. Sometimes, it’s just about that simple, contented gaze at what you’ve achieved.

The tired but clearly joyous look of pure happiness at the thought of finally being able to finish a truly monumental, difficult task. Such is the symbolism behind the seventh card of the Suit of Coins. You’ll see, for one, that the sky is slightly dark, indicating that the time for rest and relaxation is about to begin.

The completion of one’s toil is represented by the man placing his neck firmly above his tired hands, gazing upon the work of art that is the decorated shrubbery, adorned with six of the seven pentacles. Beneath the man’s feet is a flower beautifully decorated by the same pentacle.

All of this shows you the wealth that comes with simplicity itself-- that not all victories come in the form of grand gestures, but in quiet determination and raw passion for one’s craft. Thus, if you ever meet this card in a Tarot reading, know that you’re in good hands..

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Eight of Pentacles (Reverse)

Are you a hardworking person, willing to endure the harshest training in order to achieve your goals? If so, then this card is definitely worth your attention. This suit’s eighth card represents the profundity of working hard and showing your passion towards the things you want to do in life.

This is embodied in the simple image of a worker forging together pentacles to be hung onto the adjacent post. The length of the post goes way beyond the card’s limits, indicating that the remaining wands on the ground and on the man’s worktable will eventually be placed there, forming a sturdy, beautiful line laden with symbolism. Of course, if you get this, you will be filled with nothing but the highest encouragement, since the card tells you that your efforts aren’t for nothing: like the worker making the coins, you are also making something grand enough for all to see-- art, academic essay, a towering building, or simply increasing the affection and love of your loved ones towards you.

That being said, this card gives you every reason to continue pushing ever forward so that you can eventually reach something truly superb..

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Nine of Swords (Reverse)

When the Nine of Swords appears in the tarot deck, a feeling of sorrow, grief and misery may be present in your midst. You may be drowned by the tormenting effects of depression and mental anguish and it became difficult for you to escape from it.

You have the tendency to perceive things in a negative way and you refuse to see the beauty in it. In this card, a figure of a woman can be seen sitting on a bed with her hands covering her face. She seems to have awaken from a bad and horrible dream and she appears to be frightened and dismayed about it.

Her bedframe depicts an image of a person being defeated by another creature while her wall is adorned by nine long swords. The blanket that is wrapped around her is also filled with roses and different astrological signs..

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