by Rayne L Desertsong; Staff Writer, Healer, and Advocate
If you draw the Five of Swords card in the Universal Waite Tarot deck, what does it mean? Is this a good card to draw? What lessons can you learn from this tarot card reading?
DECK: Universal Waite Tarot Deck
CARD: Five of Swords
The five of swords represents conflict. Therefore, the card being reversed signifies the opposite.
A reversed five of swords indicates the need to leave conflicts in the past. If a conflict has come up recently, such as with someone or something from your past (or someone or something you are trying to move on from), remember that you have the power to let it go.
While it is good to be mindful of others, it is not possible to please everyone or make every situation a pleasant one. Some situations are simply best left in the past so that you can move forward.
If something is not serving you right, you need to preserve your energy for good and move on from it to be of service to yourself and others.
Some may not be happy with your decision, but you know in your heart which way is the right way to go. Trust your instinct so that you can move on from conflict to the more peaceful life that you deserve.
If you drew the Five of Swords card in a deck of Universal Waite Tarot Cards, what did you learn? Tell us in the comments below.
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