We are always paid for our suspicion by finding what we suspect.” 
Henry David Thoreau

Suspicion is an inherent distrust of others and their motives. It is the belief that people are out to deceive or harm you, and that you cannot rely on anyone else. Suspicion is a barrier to real intimacy and connection. It prevents you from forming deep and meaningful relationships as true connection requires trust, openness, and vulnerability. Drawing the card of Suspicion challenges you to find balance through discernment. To regard the situation with an open heart, and to recognise that through trust that we build meaningful connections and relationships.

Suspicion Mantra: I cultivate discernment with an open heart, balancing healthy scepticism.