Understanding the Reversed Ten of Wands in a Love Tarot reading
In a love tarot reading, the reversed Ten of Wands has both positive and negative implications. On the positive side, the reversed Ten of Wands often indicates that you soon will be experiencing some relief when it comes to your love life. If you have been feeling pressured or unusually worried when it comes to your love life, you can expect some type of resolution. You may have been bogged down by outside responsibilities or obligations that were causing friction in your relationship. Feelings of stress and anxiety will begin to dissipate. You will now have more free time to put into your relationship. You may want to share some of your responsibilities with someone you trust.
In a more negative love tarot reading, the reversed ten of Wands can indicate that due to your heavy burden or responsibilities you simply may not be thinking clearly. This would not be the time to make any important decisions when it comes to your love life or relationships. It would be more beneficial to wait until you feel less drained or encumbered.
In some cases, the reversed Ten of Wands can indicate controlling or rigid behavior. Of course, this can refer to you or your love interest. If you are finding your partner being overly controlling, this would be the time to set some clear boundaries. Any added pressure can make your relationship vulnerable. The same can be said for you. If you have been overly rigid or domineering, this could be negatively affecting your relationship. Remember to stay open to the experience of your love interest. Allowing them more freedom may take some pressure off your relationship.
Finally, a reversed Ten of wands tarot card can indicate that your own ambitions may be alienating you from those close to you. This is the time to try and be more inclusive with your love interest. Keep those that you care about close to you.
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