What does the Tarot Card Three of Swords signify in Love?
When the Three of Swords appears in a love reading, it represents grief and sorrow. It is the emergence of unpleasant truth, the frigid void following a break-up. The card could also represent a love triangle, incompatibility, or a passionate affair that is going to fail.
If Romeo and Juliet had sought the advice of a Tarot reader, their narrative may have ended differently! The Three of Swords is the only card that screams “heartbreak.” A love reading indicates that there is no way to make it work, therefore you should try to rescue what you can before the relationship devolves into a full-fledged catastrophe. Even some fairy tales get it right when they say that love is difficult.
The card may have come as a surprise, a quick and terrible realisation that is difficult to accept, or you may have seen it coming from a long-distance away. It could indicate adultery or major and permanent communication problems. In either case, the end result is the same: someone is terribly hurt, and there is no way to console them. Unrequited love and blind passion drive men to do heinous and ridiculous things; the path to recovery will be long and difficult.
Overall, the Three of Swords is so straightforward that there is no space for dispute. It usually arises when it is too late to save a relationship, when deception has been exposed, or when it is clear that two people can no longer be together. You believed they were the one, but the lovely delusion has worn off.
When the rosy tints of love and enthusiasm fade, clouds of grief gather above, and everyone whose heart has been broken will tell you that when it rains, it pours, and there’s nothing you can say to make a difference.
In Love, what does the Three of Swords Reversed mean?
The reversed Three of Swords tarot card indicates that it is time to heal, let go, and move on. You could have been going through a breakup or feeling down after a disagreement. It is better not to wallow in sadness or to push feelings aside. Healing will be difficult, but you can do it. Forgiveness is the key.
The Three of Swords is about overcoming a traumatic breakup. When people are unable to find true love, it is typically because they have not learned how to love themselves first. Perhaps they believe they do not deserve it, or they simply forgot.
Any issues in your relationship can be resolved, but only if you express your feelings honestly and with respect and empathy.
People nowadays are angry and upset about lost love, yet they are too unstable and eager to form a strong bond. Time teaches us patience, wisdom, and a tolerance for pain. It becomes much easier to love and forgive someone after a certain point. Do they, however, all deserve it?
What does the Tarot Card Three of Swords imply in Friendship?
The Three of Swords indicates a disagreement between friends in a friendship reading, although there are more readings. It could be an indication of conflicting emotions, missing long-lost pals, or feeling abandoned and hurt.
The Swords are a poor omen for any form of partnership.
Life is difficult, people change, and relationships suffer. Consider this: would they do it to you if they were actual friends? Most likely not. When someone cares, it is obvious. You can’t alter their mind if they don’t, and you shouldn’t have to if that’s how they want it.
All of this will pass and change, and it will no longer matter. Just don’t attempt to force closeness when it doesn’t come naturally, and learn to look after yourself.
In Friendship, what does the Three of Swords Reversed mean?
If you have been wronged by someone, it is important to bury the hatchet and attempt to avoid negativity in your interactions. Perhaps you contributed to the problem in some manner, and a life lesson is in order: forgiveness is not always guaranteed.
Did you say something they didn’t like hearing? If you have insulted someone, express your regret. Good friends should not be taken for granted, and this is a lesson that cannot be learned too young.
However, how does this benefit you if you believe it is their fault? Accept responsibility for your words and deeds, and then let them go. People don’t appreciate being reminded of their continuous mistakes, which is why you won’t find a large crowd surrounding honest people.
The Swords Three Tarot Card as Emotions
The Three of Swords represents tremendous despair and sorrow. It is a state of grief, melancholy, and anguish. Sometimes the pain is so intense that it causes psychosomatic symptoms. All the more incentive to confront it full on.
You’ve been deeply injured and abandoned; you’ll need time to recuperate. Nobody understands what you’ve been through. However, after a certain age, wallowing in sadness and doing nothing about it becomes extremely uninteresting and tedious.
People frequently construct a nest in transcendental soaring sadness. They’re so confused and out of touch that they believe it will never end and become accustomed to it. It repays them thrice for bringing only grief to the world. The suffering bubble feels warm, but it is very cold. Maybe they’ve learned to enjoy the suffering, or maybe it’s all they’ve ever known.
Scratching the same wound repeatedly… The Three of Swords is a dark and weighty card. There is no place to go, no one understands, and no one cares. But if you’re depressed, why would you go about making other people depressed? It’s like using a pail of cold water to help a drowning man.
Feelings are represented by the Three of Swords reversed
The inverse The Three of Swords card represents forgiveness, suffering release, and healing. There are feelings of melancholy and sorrow, but you have come to recognise them for what they are, and there is a silver lining. It’s still difficult to move on. You have to look at it from the outside.
Although time has passed, bad emotions tend to linger. “Why did this happen?” you ponder. Why me?” It has nothing to do with you. Everyone experiences bad luck!
Do you intend to give up? No, you will accept what happened, as everyone does eventually. Allow the pain to do its work. Life is too short to be depressed all of the time.
Finally, don’t take someone else’s remarks or bad manners personally. Who goes out of his way to criticise and hurt people’s feelings, even if the criticism is justified? A bully or a misguided individual. They must be in a lot of pain to take it out on others.
The Three of Swords as How Someone (He/She) Thinks of You
When someone views you as the Three of Swords, they may assume you are a sad and broken guy, or you may have done something that has profoundly upset them. In either case, they don’t necessarily have something against you, but it’s best not to bring it up.
The individual in issue may be missing the joyful “you,” and seeing you in agony may harm them.
Your original impression was not quite accurate, and they are now beginning to see the real you. It’s just that they prefer to see you grin. A good mental attitude is unstoppable and very appealing. Sadness, on the other hand, is difficult to conceal. It seeps out of every syllable and is visible in the eyes.
In the worst-case scenario, they will remember you as the man who destroyed their heart. They may say hurtful things about you. That’s pride, perplexity, and injured feelings coming through. They’ll need time to recover, so don’t intervene unless you can truly help them.
The Swords Three Reversed as How Someone (He/She) Considers You
When reversed, the Three of Swords indicates that the individual in issue regards you as an outsider, but they sympathise with you and wish to assist you. Alternatively, if the two of you have a history, they are willing to forgive you and let it go.
This card’s reverse promotes sympathy and forgiveness above holding a grudge. If you feel the same way, this individual likes you and is ready to move on; it’s all water under the bridge. They see in you a sensitive introvert as well as a strong human being who can remain hopeful even under duress.