Love Tarot Reading and The Chariot Tarot Card
In a love Tarot reading, the Chariot Tarot card is a symbol of energy, action, courage and success. The Chariot card is a symbol of our intentions, and if it is love you seek, the Chariot often signifies the onset of new romantic experiences or relationships.
In a Love Tarot reading, The Chariot can also represent changes in one’s relationship. The Chariot Tarot card often urges one to redirect their energy towards one’s own goals, and if you have been consumed by your current relationship, the Chariot reminds you to put the focus back onto yourself.
Traditionally, the Chariot Tarot card is the card of triumph and victory. In Tarot reading, the Chariot references one’s ability to accomplish their goals. More importantly, the Chariot symbolizes balance. In this regard, he represents one’s capacity to manage one’s instincts or primal drives. He represents true will power and his appearance in a Tarot reading often signifies the need to direct one’s energy and ambitions with intention and confidence.
The element of balance also has implications in a love Tarot reading. The Chariot often signifies the need to balance one’s relationship with one’s own ambitions. If you are career focused, then you need to be sure you do not neglect your emotional and personal life, and if you are family focused, you need to be sure you take time for yourself and pursue the things that are important to you.
The Chariot’s appearance in a Love Tarot reading can be a sign that one must take control of their life. He can represent the individual that has become consumed by their emotions or has issues with losing control. The Chariot in a reversed position can often indicate feelings of being out of control or overwhelmed. No matter what the situation is, the Chariot always urges you to find balance in your own life, and this can be particularly true with one’s intimate relationships.
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