Eight of Swords Upright: Feeling fenced in. Paranoia, oppression, restriction. Too many ideas with no clear direction. Feeling completely stymied, stuck, twisted and tangled up. Isolation, trapped by feelings of helplessness, especially if this is learned behavior from the past. Unable to see a way out of an oppressive situation/s. Obsessing over or over analyzing a situation.

Eight of Swords Upright Best Course of Action: Sometimes you just have to be stuck. Understand you are unable to see a situation clearly. Your judgment is off or unreliable at this time. It might be prudent to seek professional help. It may be in your best interest not to act at this point, you may not be able to see or grasp the entire picture/all the elements at play in a given situation.

Eight of Swords Reversed: Breaking free of an oppressive situation. Seeing things as they really are. Walking away from a restrictive situation. Tensions or fears easing. Getting off your own back. Disentangling yourself from a difficult relationship or work experience.

Eight of Swords Reversed Best Course of Action: Walk away or depart. Look with clarity at what you are experiencing. Stop beating yourself up. May be a call to leave a relationship or work experience. Open up to your therapist or a trusted friend.

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6 Comments

Haley Jordan

January 24, 2020

Happy to get this card reversed after getting so many shitty cards lately:)

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Marceline_The_Vampire _Queen

January 24, 2020

Hi Ashely

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sha bhaois

January 24, 2020

I love your videos so much!!!

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Marion Stuart

January 24, 2020

😇😇😇😇💖💖🦋🦋🦋

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Doreen Watrous

January 24, 2020

Thank you! I keep pulling hanged man and 8 of swords…

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NaturalExplorer

January 24, 2020

I like your short and to the point interpretations. It is not like you just give definitions but express the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the cards. You seem to come from a practiced experience. Thanks.

When you suggest to WAIT relevant to the eight of swords upright, I have been feeling fenced in as you describe for 24 years. I do not feel stuck but I do relate to the victim mentality of this card coming from past events. Waiting is not enough. My view of this card is to use the swords that fence me in the cut the ropes that bind me. This way I can take the blindfold off and maybe able to see with more clarity the bigger picture.

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