The card draw for this upcoming week is Justice, from the Universal Waite Tarot Deck. The Justice card depicts a woman holding up a sword in her right hand, and scales in her left hand.
Justice symbolizes the divine balance in the universe, karma, cause and effect. The appearance of the Justice card affirms that you will need to take time to evaluate, all factors must be weighed. Try to look at all sides of a situation equally, and with an open mind and not allowing emotion or passion to cloud your judgment. Compromise may be necessary in order to be fair to yourself and others.
This week, remember the Justice card, and to view all sides fairly with an open mind and giving credence to all sides, and to reach a decision which will result in equality and balance. Try to bring people together so that an equitable agreement can be reached.
Also, if you are facing legal issues, it is possible that a judgement will be reached this week.
For this upcoming week, the card is Queen of Fire from Angel Tarot Cards.
The Queen of Fire is a confident woman in bright, bold garb. Her beautiful wings are elegantly spread out behind her. She is holding a wand which is emitting fire, and a dragon is emerging in front of her.
The Queen of Fire is someone who believes in her skills, is intelligent, and knows how to reach her desires. She is unafraid and cannot be thrown off-guard. But yet she is warm and graceful.
It is time to stop underestimating yourself, and to spread your wings and fly! Believe and trust your intuition and what you can achieve. Assert your independence, show your creativity. Be proud of your passions. If you need assistance, others will be attracted to your enthusiasm and charisma and want to help.
Invoke the energies of the Queen of Fire this week, and realize what you are able to accomplish.
This week, I drew The Blade from the Mystical Shaman Oracle Deck.
Representing the sharpness of the mind, body, and spirit, The Blade can be used either as a tool for healing, or as a weapon to injure. It can represent transmission of power, cutting ties from the past, or severing harmful relationships. The Blade can also be used in anger to hurt or destroy, such as being “sharp tonged” and saying something critical or hurtful.
This week, pull out your figurative blade and use it wisely. It may be the time to claim your power, “cut to the chase”, get to the point, and take decisive action. What cords need to be cut in order for you to move forward? If you are angry or overemotional, it is best to put The Blade away until you get back into balance.