Jack of Diamonds 

Jack of Diamonds Meaning

Jack of Diamonds

Playing the game of a Jack you are both a student and a teacher of life. You have the royal power to generate life-changing meaning, if only you would take personal responsibility for your power.  

Playing the game of a Diamond you bring this energy to what matters most to you, whether that’s material, financial, physical, or spiritual values.

It means that your game in life is to generate what matters most to you, and that means you must take personal responsibility to generate it yourself.

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Above in the banner images, the left side image (top image if you're viewing it on a phone) is a visual expression of when you may be Off Your Game.

The right side banner image (bottom image on your phone) is a visual representation of what's possible for you when you're On Your Game.

And below is an introductory list of experiences you may have in four important areas of your life when you are either...

  • On Your Game -- expressing it positively in your life
  • Off Your Game -- expressing it negatively in your life

Jack of Diamonds: Guilty boy

Jack of Diamonds: Personal Patterns

  • A can-do, optimistic, and positive attitude towards life
  • Noble and honorable; acting with an almost aristocratic sense of virtue
  • Acting with self-entitled airs, as if life owes you something
  • Doing the bare minimum; doing just enough to get by
  • A defensive contrarian who can argue about whether or not the sky is blue
  • Easily feeling slighted; a chip on your shoulder; demanding that others respect you
  • Aware of what really matters in life and attending to what really matters
  • And much more...
Jack of Diamonds: Defiantly independent

Jack of Diamonds: Relationship Patterns

  • Devoted and loyal to those you consider to be your core family and friends
  • Big-hearted emotional expression with a healing presence
  • Burdened by thoughts about protecting and supporting your family
  • So defiantly independent that you resist any idea of real intimacy
  • An attitude of "I'm too cool for school" translates into "no-one is good enough for me" 
  • Avoiding a romantic relationship because you just don't want the responsibility that comes along with it
  • Validating other people and helping them to see their own worth
  • And much more...
Jack of Diamonds: Able to sell ice cream to Eskimos

Jack of Diamonds: Career Patterns

  • Fabulous sales instincts; able to sell ice to eskimos 
  • Goal-directed, self-driven, and self-reliant; able to pull out whatever tools you need to get the job done
  • Scattering your energy and being a jack-of-all-trades but master of none
  • Refusals to accept more responsibility mean you refuse your best opportunities
  • Using self-serving, greedy rationalizations to justify your objectives
  • Lack of transparency and lack of integrity results in karmic blowback
  • Focused on generating real value that really benefits people
  • And much more...
Jack of Diamonds Meaning: Master of your physical body

Jack of Diamonds: Health & Wellbeing Patterns

  • A master of your physical body and your physical health
  • Blest with youthful vibrancy and dynamic energy
  • Unprocessed and unexpressed emotions negatively impact your wellbeing
  • Taking your own health for granted and doing the bare minimum for your health
  • Obsessing about your health and getting overly competitive in your health goals
  • Endlessly spinning your wheels searching for your own peace of mind
  • An eager student of your own health; approaching your wellbeing with a beginner's mind
  • And much more...

It's All In The Cards!  

Was that mind-blowing or what?

Maybe a little confronting?

And totally amazing?


If what you just read about yourself didn’t fully resonate, try this: ask someone who knows you well to read the above list and see if they think it accurately portrays you.

And... would you believe this is just the beginning of what The Source Cards reveal about your life?

Now, Choose Your Own Adventure!

The wise person knows the Self and plays the game of life. But the fool lives in the world like a beast of burden.

~ Ashtavakra Gita (4:1)