I keep seeing the Seven of Swords card when I think about you. It shows a man walking away, trying to be sneaky and deceptive.
This means that you or someone you know is trying to get away with being deceitful, but is not being successful. Or there might be somewhere you are trying to deceive yourself.
Karma is real. While people may “get away” with being deceptive and sneaky short-term, it will never last. And the long term outcome is typically much worse than any short-term gains!
And the repercussions when deception is ultimately revealed can be far more painful than telling the truth in the first place.
If you happen to be the person feeling tempted to be dishonest or sneaky, I’d like to ask you to reconsider.
You could end up in a very embarrassing situation or even have extremely painful consequences. It can take years to regain trust and it’s just not worth whatever temporary gain you get from the deception.
Instead, take a deep breath, do some journaling, and explore why you feel the need to be dishonest in the first place.
And if this is someone you know, perhaps you can share this advice with them if you think they will be receptive to hearing it.
Facts About the Number 7
The number seven is often considered to be a lucky number in the Western world. It is not only a prime number, but also a “happy prime”, a “lucky prime”, and a “safe prime”. Historically seven is a religious number in Christianity as God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh.
In numerology the number seven most often represents spirituality, inner awareness, mastery, wisdom, insight and success. According to Jewish tradition, the creation of Adam occurred on October 7th, 3761 B.C.
There are seven colors in the rainbow, seven days of the week, seven seas, and seven continents. It is also the lowest dimension that exists in an exotic sphere.
Seven circles form the symbol called “The Seed of Life”. In Japan there are Seven Lucky Gods. In Judaism the menorah holds seven candles or lamps.
“I will tap into my strong resolve to stay honest on my path so I can show up honorably in the world and be proud of all of my actions. If I feel tempted to be less than honest, I will take a step back and explore what is driving that inclination so I can address it.”