Deck: The Wizard’s Tarot
This post is part of my 45 Experiment: Using the daily tarot draw to bring more financial abundance into our life. I will be using the Wizard’s Tarot by Corrine Kenner and John J. Bluemen for this experiment’s deck.
Day 45: What can I do to bring more financial abundance into my life?
Queen of Swords
The Queen of Swords finally makes an appearance for the last day of our experiment. Yes folks, this is day 45 – the conclusion of our Tarot financial abundance experiment.
The Queen of Swords represents leadership and empowerment – she works to cut away all that holds her back or is not good for her and does so in a straightforward and no-nonsense way. Sometimes in order to do this, we have to develop a tough attitude and assert our own personal power. These can be things that no longer add value to our lives, troublesome clients that are wasting our time & energy or toxic situations that do not serve our higher good.
The Queen of Swords also does not waste her time on trivial matters so this may be a call for us to rid ourselves of the excess foolishness & time-wasters on which many of us waste way too much of our day. I can thing of several things right off the top of my head that may fit into this category. This might be a cue to cut out unnecessary expenses from your life – expenses that are draining money out of your business.
This card also urges us not to stay in any situation (or career choice!) that does not stimulate us intellectually or that takes away our power. In business, this card may be calling upon us to take a no-nonsense attitude in dealing with others. This is not to say that we should be cold and distant, but rather that we do not let people walk all over us or take advantage of us. Being a Tarot consultant, issues of “boundaries” have cropped up from time to time with clients. In such instances, it is essential for your own sanity to take a “Queen of Swords” stance and allow nobody to violate the boundaries you have set. This also helps you to be a more successful and productive businessperson.
So I wish you good luck! I hope you have found this experiment beneficial and I hope that it has provided you some direction and ideas for future successes.
Jobs/occupations for the Queen of Swords: Stockbroker, system analyst, accountant, college professor, teacher, judge, attorney, book or movie critic, public relations, securities investor, counselor, politician, owner of catering company, horticulturist, gardener, stock broker, day trader, journalist, IT specialist or manager, engineer, technician