Uneasy truce, balance, justice, calm after the storm, uneasy peace, caution, take care, think carefully before acting, lies and deceit, stalemate, slow change.
The tarot card meanings associated with the Two of Swords often refer to issues of denial. It reflects a disconnection between matters of the heart and matters of the mind. You may feel more comfortable living in oblivion, but this is only a temporary resolution. Ultimately you must come to terms with a truth. There is anguish associated with a suppression of emotions. You may be feeling paralyzed with indecision and fear.
Calm after the storm is signified with the Two of Swords but it is an uneasy peace laced with tension.
A problem has reached a stalemate and while there is balance, it is also clear that there isn't resolution yet.
Relief is in sight so be aware that you won't need to worry much longer.
The Two of Swords can also refer to someone who is willing to maintain peace at any price. Not liking fights or disagreements, you may hide your own feelings or pretend like everything is okay to keep the peace.
Emotions need to be vented so allow yourself to acknowledge what you're feeling to relieve pressure.
Think twice or even three or four times when the Two of Swords is reversed. Your advisers, intuition and knowledge are clouded and you are not in the best position to make any final decisions.
Any changes will occur slowly, and honestly, right now that's for the best. There is an air of deceit the surrounds you and it will be hard find agreements that work to your advantage.
While you'll feel like being impulsive to move things forward, you'll regret anything you agree to now.