Love Tarot and the Reversed Six of Wands

Understanding the Reversed Six of Wands in a Love Tarot Reading

In love tarot reading, the reversed Six of Wands card often indicates there can be postponements, delays, or setbacks in your love life. Someone you have been interested in simply may not be ready to take the next step. Your own lack of self-confidence can be preventing you from getting what you want out of a relationship. Although the timing of things may appear a bit off, it’s certainly appropriate to express your needs and desires. Just remember that everyone needs their own time and process to become willing to form a long term commitment.

If you are already in a relationship and draw the reversed Six of Wands tarot card in a love reading, this could indicate that there could be disagreements of conflicts, particularly when it comes to one’s job or daily responsibilities. One partner may be lacking the time or resources to adequately give the relationship the attention it deserves. One partner may feel under-appreciated or the relationship, in general, can simply be struggling. In some cases, there can be issues surrounding loyalty. Rivalry between to love interests is also possible. In the worst case scenario, the reversed Six of Wands can indicate infidelity. A love interest may have his attentions placed on someone else.

In a love tarot reading, the reversed Six of Wands can indicate that you may be overly dependent on a love interest or partner. You may need to work on developing your own sense of independence and autonomy in the world. This is the perfect time to put the focus back on yourself and begin to explore your own goals, dream or aspirations. It’s also important to acknowledge if your need for a relationship is overshadowing your choice of partner. Don’t stay in a relationship based on fear, insecurity or your need for validation. This has the potential to lead you into making poor decisions.

©2012 All Rights Reserved. Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used with his permission. They are for example purposes only.



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