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When you have a lot of aces in your readings, it means you're about to start something fresh with a lot of potentials. Aces are formless energy, and it is up to you to shape it and bring the possibilities they symbolise to fruition. These energies are unstable and can rapidly overwhelm if not correctly cared for because of their rawness.
The topic of the two and all the complexity that this union implies is coming together in pairs. We leave the one's uniqueness behind, and the twos offer a taste of collaboration. For the most part, the twos symbolise harmony and the coming together of opposing energies to form a whole. When this balance is perfect, it can be difficult to go forward, causing paralysis when deciding something.
In the tarot, the threes are ruled by group dynamics. They show the various outcomes that can occur when a group comes together, whether it's a group of people or ideas. Because it is also regarded as a symbol of completion (the first polygon, the holy trinity, etc.). It also denotes some type of initial completion of the first phase.
The number four usually denotes the establishment of a foundation that is ready to expand and evolve. The key here is to grow and develop. Even if the foundation has been laid, there may be some disappointment since things have not gone as planned. As a result, the fours are also the universe's way of encouraging us to grow and progress.
The fives indicate change, fluctuation, and struggle. The fives are amplifications of the same energy as the fours. The fives encourage us to look within ourselves for a more profound purpose to progress when that energy explodes. We must press on to move forward and transcend these instabilities.
While the fives represent conflict, the sixes represent the progress away from that conflict toward a solution, whether internal or external, reconciliation or letting go. They are the cards of triumph over adversity, the brightness after the darkness.
Seeing many sevens in a reading usually means it's time to take a step back and reflect. The sevens ask us to analyse and rethink whether the route we're on is the right one for us. This can be a lonely quest at times, but it is necessary to pursue your true aspirations during this time.
The eights signify the completion of a second phase, which usually corresponds to some form of achievement, either in the worldly or emotional sense. Growth is visible in both directions, and it can sometimes take the form of something unexpected.
The nines imply that you're getting close to the end, which could mean you've reached a plateau. What appears to be the finish line may be a temporary stage. While the sensation of completion is present, it is usually only a brief respite before the final phase of the cycle begins.
The cycle's final completion is seen in the tens. Something has come full circle, indicating that we can move forward to a new beginning from here on out.
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