Choose Your Card for the Week of June 3, 2007

If you are viewing this entry on Sunday or Monday, choose the card below that best illustrates how you expect your week to go. At the end of the week you can see if things went as anticipated.

If you are viewing this entry anytime between Tuesday and Thursday, choose the card below that best illustrates how your week is going. On Sunday you can see if anything unexpected happened to change your feelings.

If you are viewing this entry on Friday or Saturday, choose the card below that best illustrates how your week has gone.

Don’t worry about what the cards mean. Base your choice on the pictures—the stories they tell and how they make you feel.

Let us know which card you chose—post a comment! Click on Read the rest of this entry to read about the card you chose.

Two of WandsNine of CupsAce of Swords

Four of SwordsTwo of CupsSeven of Wands

Two of Wands
A man contemplates the horizon, a globe in his hand. The Two of Wands encourages us to consider creative ways to further an idea or bring a project to fruition. It also symbolizes the responsibility that comes with personal power.

Nine of Cups
A man takes pride in the nine cups lined up on a table behind him. This card represents wishes that have come true, feelings of contentment and gratification, and it also evokes abundance that borders on decadence.

Ace of Swords
Each of the Ace cards depicts the hand of a divine being holding the suit’s symbol, representing the suit’s essential energy. Aces also signify beginnings and potential, so the Ace of Swords symbolizes a new idea, the drive to develop the intellect through disciplined study, a thirst for knowledge and wisdom, and the ability to cut through falsehoods and distractions to get to the truth.

Four of Swords
At first glance, the man lying down appears to be dead. However, praying hands indicate he is in meditative repose. The Four of Swords reminds us to take time to heal after suffering an illness or emotional anguish. It symbolizes a period of recovery or reflection—retreating or slowing down to gain perspective and strength.

Two of Cups
A man and woman each hold out a chalice to the other. The Two of Cups symbolizes kindred spirits, an emotionally satisfying friendship, partnership, or a loving relationship.

Seven of Wands
A man is standing on high ground in defensive battle with several figures below him. The Seven of Wands symbolizes the need to defend one’s rank, or actions, being assertive, or fighting for what you want or believe.

2 Responses to “Choose Your Card for the Week of June 3, 2007”

  1. Sonia Says:

    II of Wands as I look ahead to my next physical and mental journey– even though I have things to do at home before then!

    I love your site! This is the first time I’ve explored the whole thing thoroughly (previously I was just using the card explanations). I will certainly be checking in here now and again!

  2. wiredwitch Says:

    VII of wands is the mid-week winner. It’s been a crazy busy week, including a 36 hour business trip to Mexico. I feel like I’m fighting to stay afloat and have a LOT to accomplish in a short period of time. I also realized some new goals recently and what I’ll need to do to actually accomplish them

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