What Does the 6 of Swords Mean?
You are about to embark on a journey – from an unsafe place, an unfulfilling job or an unsatisfactory relationship. This is not an emotional reaction but a well thought out & logical response to a situation you can no longer ignore.
Tarot Card Meanings for the 6 of Swords
- Keywords for the 6 of Swords
- Mental clarity; ideas coming together; using logic to find the solution; using your intellect; an inner journey of discovery; an actual journey; relocation; a period of calmness ahead; living through difficult times; successfully navigating a difficult period; a cruise.
- 6 of Swords Reversed
- Mental fog; not being able to figure out a solution; delayed travel; unsettled times ahead; feeling directionless; prolonged difficulties; being led astray; temporary respite.
- 6 of Swords as People
- Drivers; oarsmen; sailors; travelers; teachers and mentors; tour guides and travel agents; chauffeurs and taxi drivers.
6 of Swords Correspondences
|Timing||Jan 30 – Feb 8. Mercury in Aquarius|
|Numerology||6 – Movement, balance, solutions, harmony, healing, empathy|
|Card Counting Value||6 – card number|
|Yes or No||Maybe|
6 of Swords as a Daily Tarot Oracle
Oracle Message: Be prepared to make a move.
The 6 of Swords indicates a time of overcoming obstacles, pushing through barriers and finding success through tenacity. By default, that indicates that obstacles and barriers are upon you. Often misunderstood, this card carries many variations of its meaning. Are you relocating? Are you going on holiday? Or a short journey? Maybe.
What you can expect today though is to out-think the competition, through the use of your mind-tools, you will overcome any obstacle that is foolish enough to step into your world today. Sometimes that includes moving away from the very thing that is causing you issues, leaving behind all that would seek to aggravate you and bring you down.
So movement, yes, but only because you applied logic to determine the best course of action and if that includes removing yourself from someone, somewhere or something, then so be it. Your mind is a sharp as those swords today and your greatest ally and tool. Use it wisely and use it well.