Is the pain you have been experiencing finally coming to an end?

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“ You may be in need of proper medical care to heal fully. ”
Today’s Tarot Reading
According to The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A.E. Waite, the Three of Swords is described as the following:
Three swords piercing a heart; cloud and rain behind.
Divinatory Meanings: Removal, absence, delay, division, rupture, dispersion, and all that the design signifies naturally, being too simple and obvious to call for specific enumeration.
Reversed: Mental alienation, error, loss, distraction, disorder, confusion.
The reversed Three of Swords, the tarot card of the day, is a sign that the pain you may have been experiencing is now finally coming to an end. It pushes you in the right direction towards recovery, which may require professional medical care. Now’s the time to start caring for yourself and heal your wounds.
When this card is drawn in reverse, it’s a sign that the beginning of recovery has begun or is about to start. As long as you have the proper medical attention that your wound needs, the healing process will be relieving, and you’ll feel more robust than ever.
Consider professional medical assistance for your pain
You may have been hurt pretty bad recently. It may have caused you chronic pain that felt like it’s never-ending. This is a message to let you know that the pain is ready to end and you’re on the road to recovery.
The wound that this card speaks of is usually a physical injury rather than an emotional one like the upright version of the card. It may have been more significant than the average accident injury and requires more than just a bandage. It needs proper medical care to heal correctly and to make sure the pain completely goes away.
You’re advised to receive proper medical attention for your injury if you haven’t already. It is a card of healing and recovery and wants you to make sure you do so correctly.
For example, if you break a bone in your body, you must see a doctor as soon as possible. Why? Because when one of your bones breaks, it can break up into tiny fragments, like shattered glass.
Those tiny shards of bones can then puncture and further injure whatever’s around it (e.g., muscles, veins, arteries, or other organs). When that occurs, the pain of your wound can become much more extreme and longer-lasting, possibly even fatal.
Another reason you need medical care when breaking a bone is that it can heal in a way that causes issues with your body’s regular functions. You may no longer be able to easily use the affected body part like you used to be able to. It can also lead to chronic pain conditions such as arthritis.
So, it’s best to tough out that long emergency waiting room visit because it’ll be much more worth it in the end.
Begin the healing process that you deserve
You will soon be on your way to recovery. Take precaution and get checked by a medical professional. Follow the necessary steps to reduce the amount of damage caused by your injury. Soon, you’ll forget that it even happened.
Injuring yourself is never a welcomed occurrence, but it’s a part of life that everyone experiences every once in a while. However, you can make sure to take some steps so you won’t be caught off guard should it happen again.
Here are some ways you can be prepared for future injuries, and what you need to do for current ones:

  • Have a first aid kit available for when you need it.
  • Take some basic first aid classes.
  • Educate yourself on safety hazards to watch out for.
  • Always use proper protection with power tools and machinery.
  • Invest on medical insurance to cover potential emergencies.
  • Be sure to get everything checked out by a medical professional.
  • The sooner you receive medical attention, the better.
  • Be sure to follow your doctor’s orders to heal correctly.
  • Don’t let your wounds “heal on their own.”

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