Understanding the Reversed Chariot Card in a Love Tarot Reading
In a love tarot reading, the reversed Chariot card can indicate that you may be so focused on finding love, that you may be failing to see the big picture. Finding love is not a race. You need to remember to slow down and enjoy your own life, and more importantly, enjoy time with yourself. In love matters, an overly aggressive or desperate outlook can work against you. You can’t always “will” love. The best relationships are usually the result of divine intervention or influence. Forcing a love relationship to happen usually results in unhappiness or disappointment. Patience may be needed. Trust that if you wait, love is sure to happen.
If you are already in a relationship you need to make sure you’re not ignoring your partner’s needs. Your own needs or ambitious efforts could leave your partner feeling left out, ignored or bullied. You need to find your own inner balance and let things go. If you have been developing resentments at your partner, you need to stop blaming them for everything and take an honest look at your own part.
In a love tarot reading the reversed Chariot card reminds you to make sure you’re not bringing your job home with you. Although you may be ambitious in the work place, you need to remember to remain loving at home. Make sure you are giving your partner the attention they deserve.
If you are just beginning to date someone new, the reversed Chariot tarot card can indicate that your own fear may be preventing you from opening up to someone new. Take your time. Try not to fear the fact the relationship may be moving too quickly for you. Set some healthy boundaries. Let your potential love interest know that you would be more comfortable taking things slower. In a love tarot reading, the reversed Chariot card can often indicate that you need to pay attention to your own conflicting thoughts or emotions and give yourself the space and time to process them.
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