ladyofthemoor (ladyofthemoor) wrote,

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Cinderella's Victim Spread, Card 12 For a Second Time: Saved

I woke up this morning, feeling yesterdays' glass of whine, and I thought: “I have read the last card of Cinderella’s Victim Spread, called: ‘Lived Happily After ‘ as an ‘What-To-Do-Card' and  that is wrong!" It was in fact a Result Card, the outcome of the previous cards. I pulled Two of Swords for that position. My previous interpretation of that card showed how difficult it will be for me to regain balance by just ‘cutting off’, stopping unhealthy practices and attitudes. But no, they are already cut off through the change in behavior suggested in the previous cards. I read the card a second time now. 


Two of Swords in the Ma’at deck is associated with the new Moon in Libra, the sign of balance. On the card balance is regained by culling the herd, shown in a symbolic way by scissors and a wolf, a predator.

The outcome is the following. I will live happily ever after if I succeed in not giving in to the temptation of wanting do to too much, or far more importantly, wanting do to it too perfect. If I succeed in that there are ‘cut off’ some unhealthy attitudes and I will have regained more balance in my life. 
Tags: ma'at tarot, two of swords

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