Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings. The Strength Card or Fortitude Card, is also known as The Daughter of the Flaming Sword. She is the leader of the Lion. This card is of the Pillar of Light. Its energy is life-giving. Mercury is making something less severe or extreme.
When The Strength Card shows-up in a spread, the reader needs to pay close attention to it. It can represent either a positive action towards the suppression of a thought or a feeling, or a blockage of an emotion or of an inner-truth. Something is happening in the Querent’s inner-life at the level of their Higher Self. This something requires self-control, so to not go on tilt.
Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings, says it is part of our human nature to go on tilt. Going on tilt happens when we do not filter our thoughts, and simply go off the deep end without any self-restraint. If we were to say and do whatever we felt like, when we felt like it, we would go into extremes. People that go into extremes, suffer severe consequences for their words and actions. Not only do they suffer for acting and talking from their base animal instincts, they make the people around them suffer because of it.
Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings, also considers the Strength Card from its positive aspect. When positive, the Strength Card represents ‘mental fortitude’. It requires a certain strength of mind to be able to meet danger or adversity head-on. It takes backbone to bring our efforts and our skills into alignment with our will. Life is hard, it often brings stormy times when things get rock and roll. The storms going through our life can blow us off our course. Suppressing our dark side can help to keep us on course.
Place the Strength Card on your altar. Meditate on what you want. Ask yourself if what you want will take you off the positive course of your life. Ask yourself, whom you know who can advise you in your responsibilities.
Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation: “I make the difference between doing right and doing wrong”.