Saturday, March 25, 2023

Issue 4 In the Stars

By Kiyanna Noel

Capricorn: The Temperance card represents having balance in your life. Continue to be sensible in your actions and thoughts. 

Aquarius: The Ten of Wands card represents feeling like a burden. You’ve accomplished a lot, bask in that and understand that people who want you around won’t make you feel like a burden. 

Pisces: The Page of Swords card represents being mentally exhausted. Remember to give yourself a break to ensure you don’t drain your energy. 

Aries: The Hermit card represents being aware. Continue to be observant and thoughtful in all that you do. 

Taurus: The Nine of Pentacles card represents your hard work paying off. Be ready to receive the fruits of your labor. 

Gemini: The Seven of Wands card in reverse represents being overwhelmed. Take a break and regroup in order to be the best version of yourself. 

Cancer: The Three of Pentacles card represents collaboration. It may be difficult working with others, but it’s not impossible. 

Leo: The Two of Cups card in reverse represents tension or a disconnect. Try to communicate without being defensive. 

Virgo: The Strength card represents courage and compassion. You are capable of being there for others and expressing your honest feelings about anything. 

Libra:  The Ace of Swords card represents having a breakthrough. Something that has been unclear may finally make sense. 

Scorpio: The Six of Pentacles card in reverse represents power and wanting to dominate or be ahead of everyone. What is meant for you will not pass you. There is no need to control everything. 

Sagittarius: The Six of Swords card represents moving on. Your purpose in one area of your life is complete and it is time to focus on other things. 

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