You are right that is one interpretation. Yet being a 2... 2s are associated with the High Priestess so it also has to do with balance and intuition. In being a sword it has to do with a stalemate of conflict, yes, but since swords can be expanded to include the mind and voice (sharp ideas and sharp tongue), it can also be the clash of getting words or ideas down. Such as I'm having a "dickens" of a time "finding" time to write in my journal.
You have received a talent, the best way to say thank you for the talent is to use it. ---RAB
I was just wondering if you could help me in my understanding--I thought the 2 Swords meant a stalemate or remaining neutral between two opposing sides. Are you using one of those interpretations? If there's another interpretation, I'd love to know what it is and add to my knowledge base!
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Lesson or situation (Major Arcana): Judgement Someone Iíll meet or something Iíll learn about myself or someone I know (Court Card): King of Cups Advice or obstacle (Other Minor Arcana): 7 Cups
Also jumped out: The Star
So, looks like I'm being advised not to get carried away by my emotions; that I can be the best Bones McCoy I can be, and that my lesson is to decide to make a change. This will facilitate peace and healing. I believe I just made the decision, and the cards did help me to not get carried away by my emotions. Now I'm waiting for the peace and healing!!
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