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Here, we see a heart being struck by three swords, which all look perfectly balanced. But something was out of alignment and Saturn, the planet of restrictions and boundaries came into say that it was time to seek the truth and restrict the heart from going any further. All life and all relationships generally come with pain. We tend to seek balance in any relationships that are in progress. Sometimes it's uncomfortable, and other times it's very painful, but the end results will result in joy. The Three of Swords is asking you to dig deeper – perhaps to the depths of your soul. It teaches that acknowledging your pain is an important part of your healing process. If you can’t feel pain, you won’t know you’re sick. No, pain does not “purify the soul.” It doesn’t make you wiser or nobler but it is a signal that “something” is very wrong because our birthright is to live in an abundant universe of joy. All too often we ignore problems and doing so won’t make the issues go away. It only makes situations worse. By facing our fears (the root of all negativity) we can get on the path to healing. There is a silver lining here. Note, that the three swords are pointing down. This means that they’re at rest. Yes, the damage is done. But there’s no more to come. These tears are sacred. They are the tears of healing. The Swords here resemble crosses. It suggests suggest that those who “bear their crosses” bravely, become more spiritually awakened! As we become more conscious, our words, actions and deeds have a kinder impact on this world.