The Power Card is the Ninth card at the 22 trump cards (Major Arcana) and is connected with the number 8. In numerology, it’s related to using your abilities to make modifications to achieve your own personal targets. In regards to Strength, we usually associate it with muscles, powerful arms and toughness. Even though the Power Card may indeed be symbolised as bodily strength and determination, it may also represent our inner power. Having courage, hope, patience, perseverance, a strong spirit, balanced mind, willpower and self-control are qualities of internal strength.
A woman with flower garlands and an infinity halo is taming a lion as displayed on the picture of the Rider-Waite deck. The Strength card also related to the zodiac sign of Leo. The above qualities are necessary to tame the lion and totally control it.
The card looks when these qualities are needed in life. It functions as a call to action for yourself one to develop all the above traits. It might be the time period when you’re trying to tackle what you fear that takes you out of your comfort zone such as public speaking, feeling reluctant about an event which could interrupt your daily routine, by way of instance, dieting, quitting smoking/drinking or presently fighting an uphill struggle in life.
Take some opportunity to remain humble and feel safe within yourself. Your life will be harmonious once you’re grounded and balanced. The fear of failure and procrastination will stop you from succeeding. Otherwise, the surroundings will control you. Training the mind soul of your character by keeping your mind free of clutter and keep your ego in check.
In another aspect, in a relationship reading, the card might be telling you that somebody is in need of playing it cool by revealing some self-restraint. Perhaps you might be having conflicts with this individual who could become your spouse, family member, colleague etc..
The Power card encourages you to remain on track and not to revert back into unhealthy patterns. You’re stronger than you think. You’ve got what it takes and don’t quit.