Discover what page of swords card symbolizes based on its upright and reversed positions.
The Page of Swords is a representation of a person who is adept in negotiation and communication. He exudes a remarkable standard of intelligence, wit and critical thinking and is very proficient in spotting and identifying crucial issues.
He relies on his reasoning and judgment in making important decisions as he knows in himself that he possesses excellent analytical skills. In this card, a figure of a young and hopeful woman can be seen standing on a rocky cliff.
She seems to be gazing from the distance with sheer drive and willpower while holding a long sword pointing upwards. Amidst the strong gush of wind swaying the trees and the stormy clouds above her, she appears confident and determined to overcome the challenges and predicaments of life.
With her brilliant mind and intelligent notions, there is no doubt that the Page of Swords can withstand any type of dispute and negotiation. Just like you, she is a depiction of a witty and smart individual who is very proficient in expressing her thoughts and communicating her ideas to others.
Her language is so convincing and dogmatic that she always finds herself in heated arguments and debates. When the Page of Swords is placed in an upright position, it implies that your passion and energy to accomplish your goals are massive and outstanding.
It indicates that you are overly keen in putting a plan or strategy into actual practice. You are so enthusiastic in pursuing the things you have envisioned and you cannot wait to fulfill it right away.
You are thrilled and excited to share such project to other people.
The Page of Swords constitutes the kind of daring and sharp wit that is so typically associated with youth, and in relationships this is no less different. Bold and fearless, you and your partner like to explore things often, even to the point of complete recklessness.
All of this is good, but it could also cause the two of you to fight over petty things, which suggests a potential immaturity. Wonder and innocence are not weaknesses, by any means, but immaturity could prevent the two of you from honestly working together and make the relationship seem whimsical rather than genuine.
In the context of jobs and wealth, this card’s upright position represents the youthful vigor and vitality that people often dream of when confronting tasks. You are the absolute opposite of a procrastinator: boundless in your imagination, constantly thinking of ways to solve problems and filled with so much energy that you can go on for days without any drop in consistency.
Because you brim with so much energy, you’re also paying attention on the smallest, most important details. You are genuinely at your prime, so squeeze all you can from this stage in your life.
As the Page of Swords is known for her sharp tongue and exceptional intellect, the reversed position of this card may connote a negative and misplaced application of these qualities. It may mean that you have been using these traits to employ fraud and trickery in your endeavors.
It became an effective tool in achieving what you have desired in life but in a corrupt and wicked way. Other than that, it may also be a sign that you have been using your aptitude in language to deceive and hurt people.
You may have been constantly hurling painful words to others without realizing that you have already inflicted madness and suffering in their hearts. Be mindful and vigilant with the words you say to them.
In the Reverse card, both of your pettier and more immature sides of unfortunately dominate the core of your relationship. You get into fights often with you partner in no small part due to relatively tiny things, and you may find it easy to resolve this, having arguments too frequently can take a toll on your relationship, because it can slowly alter your preconceptions of your partner.
Because of how sensitive this is, you may need to consult a friend, your tarot reader or even a relationship expert on how to deal with your specific problems to prevent a fallout.
The reversed Page of Swords indicates a lack of concentration and poor financial management. At this stage in your life, you’re uncertain which path you should take, and you’re likely scared about making any life choice at all.
You are young, yes, but rather than use your energy for the good, you are using your energy worrying about your problems. The thing to remember if you are in this situation is that you have to differentiate between valid and illegitimate concerns.
This means knowing what your real goals are in life by introspecting on your personality.