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Pithy Tarot meanings — Six of Swords

August 3, 2014

Six of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersSix of Swords
There comes a point when it is time to turn away from the condition and into the truth.

Here is the full quote from which I created this pithy meaning:
“In treatment we turn entirely away from the condition, because as long as we look at it, we cannot overcome it. By thinking upon a condition, we tend to animate it with the life of our thought, and thereby it is perpetuated and magnified.” — Ernest Holmes (from his book, The Science of Mind)
For a longer discussion of this, I invite you to read a blog post by Angelica Jayne Taggart.
PS: Thank you to Rev. James Mellon for mentioning this today.

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