Inspirational Card of the Day,hope for broken hearts Astrology

Your Inspirational Card of the Day May 25 

The 3 of Swords

tarot card readings Tara Greene

THe SHADOWSCAPES TAROT by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

The 3 of swords is usually considered to be a heartbreak card,  but in this beautiful deck it is about much more than that

it is about transforming the pain and loss into beauty, as signified by the white swan in the foreground. 

The broken/bleeding heart seems almost to be a Dreamcatcher in the background of dreams lost and hurtful past memories.

But the purity of the swan  signifies hope, trust in the process, the Ugly Duckling becoming the beautiful swan,

I love this image and this deck, it is truly extraordinary.

MEANING

Your pain and suffering have a higher purpose. It is as the Sufi Poet Rumi says

“In the slaughterhouse of love,

they kill only the best, none of the weak or deformed.

Don’t run away from this dying. Whoever’s not killed for love is dead meat.”

Astrology of this day

that wandering Sagittarius Moon after being eclipses squares off with Neptune in Pisces

like a torch lighting up a room of smoke and mirrors of romantic  illusions,

Moon Trines Uranus in Aries which allows some brilliant new insights to light up the chambers of our hearts

Moon squares Chiron in Pisces the healing begins, the healing is in the wound,

Moon opposes Venus in Gemini- the duplicity of it all! seeing the double talking, the forked tongue, the ambivalence

and immaturity.

It’s time to allow the healing, you can no longer allow your heart to be hurt

with out understanding why and for what higher purpose.

then you become healed and transformed into your original beauty, with the purity of the swan.

then you can take to the skies and spread your hearts’ wings with love 

Allow the love which you know you deserve into your heart.

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Watch Total Eclipse of the Dark Bonnie Tyler  

What Become of the Broken Hearted? by Jimmy Ruffin 1966 

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