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The Nine of Swords is the card of anxiety and trepidation. In many cases, the Nine of Swords serves as a reminder that your anxieties are not founded in truth. Much of your despair is of your own making.
In the Nine of Swords, it becomes apparent that the darkest hour is before dawn.
Worries and anxiety are overtaking your life, interrupting sleep and turning your fears into oppressive monsters.
It's not as if what you worry about is all in your head.
The Nine of Swords is a symbol that you have real problems in your life and you need to face them directly.
The first step of change will start when you acknowledge you need a change.
You also need allow others to help you regain some perspective. There are solutions but they will take time and effort to create change in your life.
Brightness appears on the horizon when the Nine of Swords is reversed.Dawn is starting to break and the worst is over.
You have seen your problems head on, faced your fears and are ready to make way for new things.
Worry and stress will take time to fade and you'll still need to be gentle with yourself.
When you allow your remaining fears and doubts to fade, harmony will slowly start to reappear.