The Seven of Swords is all about overcoming and outsmarting opponents and deviating from circumstances of betrayal or deception. It may take form in various ways— outwitting your lazy and undisciplined personality, besting your counterparts in the school or workplace or perhaps not giving in to worldly lures and temptations when you are overly enticed by your envious self.
The presence of these opponents may result to confrontation or arguments and your response towards it may determine your fate. In this particular card, a man can be seen running away from a seemingly crowded camp.
As he quietly escapes from the said place, he carries with him five long swords. Two other swords are left stuck in the ground and he appears to have no intention of bringing it with him.
This represents his desire to free and liberate himself from the negative things around him, such as a treachery or betrayal of some sort. At first, there is a feeling of ease and confidence when he was able to pass through the campsite without any person knowing it.
However, the soldiers in the background seemed to have notice his surreptitious departure. This is evident when they raise their flag at the distance to provide a signal or warning.
The presence of the Seven of Swords Card in Upright may imply that you are trying to break free from something. You do not want anyone to discover your scheme or plan of action and you are forced to keep it to yourself.
When somebody finds out about this, you fear that it may result to punishment, vindictive outburst or humiliation. When attempting to sneak out from these issues, assess first if escaping from it will really fix the problem or will just complicate things in the long run.
Yet another ill card of the Suit of Swords, this particular outcome suggests the presence of a conspiracy or ill intent. Within the context of romance, this means your partner may be cheating or you, or is predisposed to do so due to unresolved issues in their past or even uncertainties in your current relationship.
At any rate, such an omen demands great emotional preparation in case the worst case scenario does happen. While some people are redeemable, they’re often the outliers rather than the rule, so when push comes to shove, leave them and let yourself heal.
The realm of business is a treacherous one, filled with office politics and people with self-serving interests. Watching out for these things at work is the hallmark of the Seven of Swords in the Upright position.
As you can see in the card, a man takes as much swords as he can carry and bolts away with them. Translate that into real life, and you get people who hog glory for themselves, especially bosses or coworkers.
The key value to be learned here is to help curb their ambitious tendencies by reminding them of your group’s overall goals.
There is no more reason to keep things cautiously as your lies and falsehoods have now been revealed. There is no more point in keeping it as a secret since the persons involved have now known it.
Such confession may result to conflicts or disappointments but always remember that this can be fixed. With a sincere apology and open communication, glitches and misunderstandings may be put to an end.
The reverse position indicates that while there is a degree of risk, you should probably stay your hand and observe things as they unfold. Here, the value being espoused is prudence.
This perspective is especially necessary in relationships because breaking it off prematurely can cost you emotionally. By doing your research, probing your partner, being patient and staying on the lookout for any irregularities, you will be able to gather evidence, and even if you don’t, it’s all the better because it means your suspicions may be unfounded.
At this point, stay careful and think judiciously.
You are a judicious character, able to judge matters fairly and use the interests of others to your advantage. Such a trait is rare and indicative of a brilliant career moving forward, because in business, you need to be able to use each teammate’s specific skills and ambitions to your advantage.
For example, you can give artistic people more creative freedom in their work, allowing for outputs of greater quality. Knowing how to delegate properly is the hallmark of a great leader, and if you’re already capable of this, things can only get better from here.