The Page is about talents. The Sword is about thoughts, ideas and attitudes.
The Dragon represents the unknown and the hidden energy in people and in nature. The word dragon comes from the Greek verb derkein which means “to see”. The dragon is the principle of clear seeing: the ability to see things in a new light as they really are, beyond all illusions. For this reason, the dragon has great wisdom and power in myths. The wisdom of the dragon is symbolized by the treasure it guards or the pearl it carries in its mouth. To find the wisdom and the knowledge man must search in his/her inner aspects and in the unknown.
This Page is a knowledgeable student that is open to new concepts. He is not afraid to ask questions as he goes. She is willing to offer commentary and feedback. She understands that to learn lasting lesson she must be all in and willing to see the problem through to completion. Shear passion keeps him tenaciously on task. Fact checking still interests this inquisitive mind.
His imagination is still alive and can carry him through the projects he is working on. Her mind remains open to new and challenging ideals and possibilities. This Page is not afraid to speak his/her mind with confidence and he/she is fearless in his/her pursuits. Brainstorming, invention and imagination pushes the Page forward.
If you are struggling, consider that you or your partner might be closed minded about the problems you are facing. You might also be being too critical of yourself and over thinking the situation and/or the solutions. Negative thoughts might be keeping you from moving forward. Try to change your thought pattern. Connect with a few positive affirmations that will help you get through this rough patch in your life. If you are caught off guard in a situation, be willing to improvise and shift your focus in the moment. You will need to be able to think on your feet.
Mary El Tarot – Landscapes Of The Abyss, Marie White