The Two of Swords is the card of difficult choices, feeling stuck in the middle, stalemates, and denial. This card shows a blindfolded woman holding two crossed swords. The swords represent the two choices that she is deciding between. She is undecided and finding it difficult to choose. Her blindfold indicates that she is not seeing the situation clearly and may not know the whole truth.
The Two of Swords reminds us that difficult decisions are a part of life. They are a part of romance as well. Sometimes, we are the ones who have to make a tough call. Other times, we are waiting anxiously for someone else to make a decision that will affect us. The Two of Swords reminds us that we should always make the decision that feels most authentic to us.
If you are asking a yes or no question, and you draw the Two of Swords, it indicates a no. This card symbolizes the inability to make a decision. You’re stuck between a rock and a hard place, making it impossible for you to make a decision to move forward. It’s better not to force things as this may be the universe’s sign that this just isn’t the right time for you to make any major decisions.
For love questions where you want a yes or no answer, the Two of Swords indicates a no. Difficult decisions are a part of life and you understand this, however, they are also a great part of romance. You may be having a hard time coming to a decision as you don’t want to make a mistake. There are choices presented in front of you and you feel like reaching your hands out to both choices, but you must remember that if you want things to move forward, you have to be the one who makes the tough call.
For career questions where you are looking for a yes or no, the Two of Swords indicates no. You are too undecided to keep working in fervor, something that your employers have noticed. You may be conflicted between leaving the job or staying. It’s okay to take your time when making a tough decision, but staying in limbo like this will only continue to further damage your chances of getting what you want.
For new and potential relationships, the Two of Swords is a no. You are too unsure of whether or not you want this relationship to continue and your potential partner is beginning to pick up on that. It’s highly possible that either you or them are entertaining another party, and neither of you knows who to choose. The lack of clarity is something that could push them away from you if you make them wait around for long enough.
For existing relationships, the Two of Swords is a no. There are two paths going forward, and you feel stuck in the middle, unable to pick a direction. Relationships are things that are always evolving so it’s important that you evolve alongside it, not behind it. The lack of clarity is making your relationship directionless. If you keep staying in the middle at a standstill, it could ruin your relationship.
If you are asking about reconciliation with an ex, the Two of Swords is a no. Your ex isn’t over you and they still feel strong emotions when they think of you. The only issue is, they aren’t quite sure what they want to happen. Reconciliation has crossed their mind but they don’t know how they want to proceed, ultimately shoving this idea into the back of their mind until they figure things out.
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If you are asking a yes or no question, and you draw the Two of Swords reversed, it indicates a no. You are feeling very avoidant of your emotions. You have a variety of options presented in front of you, but instead of making a choice, you’d rather stand still and hope it all goes away. This card indicates that any decision you make at the moment will be very painful for you.
For love questions where you want a yes or no answer, the Two of Swords reversed indicates a no. You are feeling confused and extremely overwhelmed as the pressure of other people is beginning to weigh down on you. You don’t want to make a decision that you don’t believe in, but you are getting peer pressured into doing so, as a result, you put your guard up and try to keep people at an arm’s length from you.
For career questions where you are looking for a yes or no, the Two of Swords reversed indicates a no. The burden on your shoulders that stem from anxiety and confusion are proving to be too heavy for you to carry. You don’t want to make any drastic decisions and would very much prefer to not have a say in the decision-making at all. You are perfectly content letting other people decide for you, a quality that a true leader should not possess.
For new and potential relationships, the Two of Swords reversed is a no. This is an indication of avoidance. You give off the impression that you are struggling to choose between your potential partner and someone else. You want to choose both of them but it’s crucial to remember that that wouldn’t be fair for them both. It’s time to stop hiding yourself and to find some clarity before you end up pushing away your person.
For existing relationships, the Two of Swords reversed as is a no. This indicates that you are avoiding a critical decision in your relationship. Your partner is feeling befuddled and overwhelmed because of this. You and other outside parties have put them under pressure. The more people want them to have a say, the less they want to cope with the consequences. They feel as though they are carrying a massive burden on their shoulders and are at a loss for what to do.
If you are asking about reconciliation with an ex, the Two of Swords reversed is a no. Your ex feels puzzled and overwhelmed by the way the relationship ended. Their method of dealing with the split is to completely avoid it. They are doing everything they can to get it out of their heads. If you’re wondering if reconciliation or getting back together is possible, this isn’t a good sign. This person does not want to be the decision-maker right now and will not do anything proactive as they lack the responsibility to do so.
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For relationships and feelings, the Two of Swords represents deciding between two difficult choices. Sometimes, we are the one who is deciding. Other times, we are the ones who are waiting for an answer. It’s a hard situation to be in, but ultimately, you have to make the call that feels most authentic to you.
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