Reading for work Nov 2012: Ace of Swords

[This reading was done on October 2, 2012]

Briefly: Broaden your horizons and make sweeping changes. Your future is about to move ahead in many and varied ways.

Full Meaning: When you draw this card, you are being given the urge to broaden your horizons and make sweeping changes. Your future is about to move ahead in many and varied ways. This card cuts aside those things and people that you no longer need or are relevant to your life.

This can also too be a fertility card, so if you are seeking to bring a new baby into the world, this can help to manifest it.
It is possible that you may feel like making a new beginning in your life and starting over.

You could move house, change jobs, get married or have a new baby arrive. Whichever you choose, it will be a welcome change and one that will require additional energy on your part, however you will more than adequately meet the new challenge.
Physically, it could mean that an operation is imminent, and that your health is undergoing some changes. It is possible that something has to be removed, whether that be a tooth or other body part, and it may be replaced with an artificial part. This gives the ability to recover quickly and to get on with the rest of your life.
You may also be undergoing major psychological changes where you are feeling more confident and outgoing. You may start becoming more ambitious or self-motivated and ready to take on new challenges and dare to do more than you have ever done before. Luck is on your side.

Work: In the context of work, the Ace can mean that you soon will try a different tactic or may even choose to leave the job that you’re currently in. If you’re committed to staying where you are, you may have some good ideas for new policies or procedures that could make everyone’s life easier at work and improve the bottom line/final product. Don’t hesitate to give voice to those. Another old adage: “It’s amazing what can be done if you don’t care who gets the credit.” You will ultimately get the credit for anything good that you bring to the table. The credit doesn’t have to be instantaneous.


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