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March’s Honeysuckle Tarot Draw

King of Swords

Sometimes we need to lead with our head instead of our hearts. This month, you need to do just that. No matter what the situation may be, keep your cool. Logic and pragmatism will ensure that your decisions are for your highest good. It’s not always easy to see what the truth is, especially when we have all sorts of emotions tangled around the issue.

March requires you to step out of the emotional drama in order to see what’s really up.  If you’re having trouble determining which way to go, seek out someone who has an objective viewpoint. This may prevent you from getting in your own way.

This card can also indicate a time when you must step up your professional game. You may be required to take on a serious role – and you must not go into this like an amateur. Bring your best, brightest work to the table. Authority figures will be watching closely. Show ‘em how it’s done. This could pave the way for even bigger things down the road. Also remember this: no matter what’s happening in the office, follow the wise words of Hunter S. Thompson: “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” 

Theresa Reed (aka “The Tarot Lady”) has been a full-time Tarot card reader for close to 30 years. She is the author of The Tarot Coloring Book, an illustrated tour through the world of Tarot with coloring sheets for every card in the deck. Learn more about her at thetarotlady.com.

Illustration: “The King of Swords” by grillghod. Learn more by visiting this page at Tarot By Cecelia (tarotbycecelia.com).

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