King of Swords meaning
The King of Swords suggests a strong mind. You are sticking to morals and leading with honesty. This means loving hard, but refusing to get lost in emotions. Sharp as a nail, the judgement of others is through fact and logic. Emotions do not equal decisions, so go forth with fierce loyalty and authority. In essence, the King of Swords is a hard YES.
Detailed meanings of the King of Swords
CARD NUMBER 50. – King of Swords (The Emperor of Germany).
Upright. – Influential man to be feared, treason.
Reversed. – Malicious woman to be kicked out from your life.
The Voice of ReasonPart of making any wise decision is understanding the ramifications of every potential solution. When you are invested in one particular outcome, it can be difficult to do this; you may be unwilling to see the potential negatives of your preferred decision, or may even overlook an even better option. In these situations, subjectivity is your greatest enemy. However, The King of Swords recognizes this pattern, and instead sets his own personal investments and emotions aside so as to make decisions from an objective perspective. Because of this, he is a great mediator who seeks out the best possible answer for all parties involved. He is able to set his own personal interests aside so as to prioritize the greater good, even if this means sacrificing his own desires. In order to come to this final decision, he listens closely to all those involved, and takes great care in addressing all of their concerns. He is known for being the voice of reason even in the face of chaos. However, due to the fact that he places such great emphasis on tangible results, many are easily led to believe that he is uncaring, or even downright unfair. You are much like The King, and are known for your ability to distance yourself from a situation so as to consider the best interests of all who are involved. Oftentimes, despite the fact that you could easily decide to prioritize your own personal interests, you find yourself placing a much greater level of importance on the interests of everyone else. Perhaps you agree to come in to work outside of your availability, despite the fact that it is your day off, because you know that your coworkers would struggle without an extra set of helping hands. Or maybe you regularly let your romantic partners make decisions for the both of you, even if you disagree, so as to avoid sparking an argument. Even though these actions may bring some inconvenience to you, you have decided that the collective interests of everyone as a whole are far more important. However, there are times where this style of decision making has gotten you into a sticky situation with others, especially when the objectively best solution does not align with their own personal interests. You have noticed that not many are able to make the same sacrifices as you, and are oftentimes blind to their selfish tendencies.
SWORDS. KING.He sits in judgment, holding the unsheathed sign of his suit. He recalls, of course, the conventional Symbol of Justice in the Trumps Major, and he may represent this virtue, but he is rather the power of life and death, in virtue of his office.
Divinatory Meanings: Whatsoever arises out of the idea of judgment and all its connections—power, command, authority, militant intelligence, law, offices of the crown, and so forth.Reversed: Cruelty, perversity, barbarity, perfidy, evil intention.
The King of Swords is the card of impartiality. You treat others as equal, and any decisions made are based on those of equality and fairness. Whilst friendly, you are not the emotional shoulder to lean on, and treat each arising situation with authority. This King is a MAYBE.
- Upright King of Swords – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Reversed – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Meaning For Love – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Reversed Meaning For Love – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Meaning For Advice – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Reversed Meaning For Advice – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Marriage – Yes or No?
- King of Swords Health – Yes or No?
King of Swords meaning in a card spread. Try the original Cardarium readings.
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