Love Tarot – The crossroads of our relationships

One of the most common queries during a Tarot reading usually deals with issues of romance and partnerships. Naturally, people consult the Tarot for answers about love. One would expect that most people would want to know their future love life: who and when that special someone would enter their life. However, many come to the Tarot for guidance about a current relationship. Usually, these are relationships that have reached a dead end. In these cases, relationships have lost a sense of direction or purpose.

The Tarot has an exceptional ability to uncover areas of a relationship that are struggling. More importantly, the Tarot can identify key issues that are going on within each partner. It often refers to each individual’s emotional development, expectations, and past experiences that are being projected into the relationship. One would expect the Tarot to tell us exactly what to do to bring harmony back into a relationship. In fact, this is not always the case. Most often, the Tarot only opens the door to our own inner knowing. Each individual has the answers they need. The Tarot is a conduit, a divination tool that allows you to access your unconscious and your higher self. In the end, you are always your own best guide.

When using Tarot for relationship answers, it’s important to recognize that there are some significant cards that often question your intentions and motivations. These cards often reflect important crossroads that require you to look within to make important decisions. They encourage you to take a hard look at your relationship and ask yourself if this relationship is something you are interested in. It is important to remember what the Tarot teaches us. They are there to guide us on our way. They are always a reflection of our level of personal growth and emotional development. In some cases, the Tarot is there to redirect us, to remind us that we’ve made the wrong decision or that we’ve been blinded to our own truths.

Although the suit of cups often plays an important role in the love tarot, they are not the only cards that represent relationship problems. As I mentioned before, there are other important cards that require you to ask yourself some important questions. Some of them are rather obvious such as the Three of Swords, the Devil or the Lover. However, there are some that are not obvious. These are the Hermit, Death and the Two of Swords cards.

The Hermit tarot card meanings in a love tarot reading

Traditionally, the hermit is the seeker of truth and wisdom. It often represents the seeker’s journey into the unknown. The path of the hermit is gloomy. The lantern he carries is a symbol of the mirror to ourselves. This is the wisdom within all of us. It is the power to see ourselves as we really are.

Another common interpretation of the hermit is the old sage or counselor. In this sense, he is the messenger of truth, revealing the importance of foresight and circumspection. As the hermit can be a light bearer, he is there to share his knowledge and light the way for others. It guides the seeker to self-knowledge and self-acceptance.

When the Hermit is drawn in a love Tarot reading, it usually represents the need to take a break. This is a time of evaluation. For a relationship that has reached a crossroads, the hermit encourages you to step inside and find your truth. The hermit may indicate that your approach to your relationship will need to change. This is not the time to make your relationship a priority. You will be better served by allowing yourself the freedom to do some soul searching. While there may be some loneliness, the ultimate goal would be a transformative experience. After a period of introspection, you may be ready to work things out with your partner. A new perspective and sense of purpose can add valuable insight for both you and your partner.

Death tarot card meanings in a love tarot reading

Death is not an end, but part of a larger cycle. Although death is often associated with something that is destructive, it is really an opportunity for something much greater. Death plants the seeds for tomorrow’s growth. Death is an act of generosity as it cleanses and purges the remnants of our former lives.

Traditionally, death is the card of transformation. It means the beginning of a profound change. In a Tarot reading, the death card indicates that another cycle of life has ended and a new cycle has begun. It can refer to the completion of important life stages or relationships. However, it often symbolizes metamorphosis. It is the rebirth of one’s own psyche. Old beliefs and ideas are discarded for new ones. In essence, it is a metaphorical death, not a literal one. In a tarot reading, death refers to a transformation that occurs at one’s deepest core.

A common association with the Death Tarot card is the dissipation of a romantic relationship. This is especially true for relationships that have stalled. It’s not always like that. Death is a wake-up call. It reminds us to open our eyes and embrace the world around us. In this sense, it may refer to our own lack of perspective. The Death card encourages you to take a hard look at your relationship. It is very likely that your old methods of communication have become obsolete. It is important to recognize the areas in which you feel stuck. The goal is to find a new perspective, a new way of seeing, that allows the relationship to merge into something new.

In some ways, the death card signifies the need to let go. Relationships that resist change tend to falter and lose momentum. It is at this point that a relationship must be willing to let go of its old identity to form a new one. Big change is inevitable. It’s time to broaden your horizons and explore new areas and interests that bring you together on a whole new level.

Two of Swords tarot card meanings in a love tarot reading

The Two of Swords is often associated with denial. It often indicates a stalemate or deadlock. Its traditional imagery depicts a blindfolded woman holding two swords. In this context, the sale is self-imposed. He has clearly chosen to ignore the environment around him. The Two of Swords is also associated with indecision or the inability to make an important decision. It is clear that he is avoiding an important truth. He has created a false sense of reality and is choosing to live in a state of oblivion. This reality offers him a moment of peace. However, this does not deny the existence of the need to choose a new path. At some point, the weight of Swords will be too much to bear and she will be forced to face the reality of the situation.

When it comes to relationships, the Two of Swords often reveals the barriers you have placed between you and your partner. This is the nature of stagnation. You have shut down emotionally or the relationship has become resistant to commitment. In this case, there are often issues of internal conflict or confusion about the relationship.

The problems your relationship is struggling with will not be found through outside influences. The Two of Swords urges you to reenter. It’s time to face your inner conflicts. To overcome the current stagnation, balance must be restored. This is often accomplished by exploring past experiences that influence your current situation. The Two of Swords encourages you to be honest with yourself and your partner. The ultimate goal is to communicate and speak your truth.