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.
The presence of the Nine of Swords Card in Upright suggests that you may be suffering from misery, fear and emotional pain. It reminds you of the trauma and hurtful ordeal that is brought by the painful experiences you have encountered in the past.
It has continued to haunt and torment your feelings and it became difficult for you to not worry and think about it. To get rid of these negative emotions, it is important to acknowledge and accept the fact that you are in the midst of a mental and emotional dilemma.
Once there is acceptance, it would be easy for you to express and unload these heavy burdens. Focus on the beautiful things in life and try to ask for help from others if you think that you can no longer deal with it.
With this card, you may be feeling blue or in severe emotional turmoil, and you’re not sharing this pain with your partner. It is understandable to protect them from feeling worried, but you also need to realize that you can’t carry all of the world’s burdens on your own.
Further, the more you hide it, the fast your partner will notice and the more they’ll worry. Talk to them and slowly let everything out, because doing this will allow you to eventually get out of your emotional bubble and strengthen the relationship.
The Nine of Swords evokes a sense of grief and deep regret over matters of the past, as well as anxiety about the future, which could be bad for finance. In matters of such importance, you need to be constantly making decisions, regardless of your personal feelings.
Yes, it’s tough, but you don’t have to always be right. Sometimes, experimenting with your options can go a long way, as long as you don’t do it too much.
Try acquiring new hobbies-- you might find a new source of passion which could drive your income!
You may be trapped in a world full of sadness and misery but always remember that this is just temporary. Nothing is constant except change and all the pain that you are currently feeling will soon be erased.
However, you have to be brave to make the first move. Believe that you are capable of surviving from it and always nurture a hopeful and optimistic attitude towards the challenges and difficulties of life.
Because this card is Card in Reverse, the two of you might be having problems with one another. It is a tragedy of a larger kind, because unlike the one on the upright position, it’s not just you having the problem-- it’s both of you, which makes it harder especially if you don’t talk to each other about it.
This may very well be a litmus test in your relationship-- to see how well the two of you really know and trust each other. Open up first, as silence could put the relationship in jeopardy.
In its reverse position, the Nine of Swords may mean that you are on the verge of a breakthrough after enduring so much punishment at work. Your mind and body are tired from all the activities you’ve had to do recently, but you won’t be crying about it for long; rest assured that when everything is done, you’ll be reaping the full reward of all the effort you’ve gained.
For example, you could gain a new job offer that could give you not only a way out, but a more substantial salary.