Love is the most powerful force in the Universe. A simple, 3 card Tarot Card “Love” spread can help guide you through this complicated emotion.
Each symbol on the Tarot Card has a specific meaning when it comes to Love. Take the time to look each of the cards over yourself and decide what it means to you and your particular romantic situation, then merge your ideas with those provided through the reading. For many, the most distressing times are those when we are confused about how we feel about a relationship we are in, which direction we want to go, or unsure of what decisions or choices we should make, and in such times it can really help to receive some guidance by consulting our Love Tarot reading.
Click each Tarot Card to reveal it, then click again to see the description. Match to the Card Position Below. Enjoy!
Your Tarot Card Reading, by Each Tarot Card Position
- Energies and influence in your PAST!
- Events that are affecting your love life NOW!
- The OUTCOME of your current love life if you proceed on the current path.
When The Hierophant appears, it is time to embrace the conventional, for it suggests that you have a certain desire to actually follow a path which has been well established. The Hierophant advises that you return to the role of a meticulous learner. Learn everything you can about your chosen area. Let that knowledge become a part of you and an operative influence on your day-to-day awareness. In this way, you can slowly and steadily establish real credibility in your field or chosen subject. The Hierophant also believes in strong commitments. This is a good time for investments, provided they are conservative and stable.
Things are confusing to you. You have lost your flexibility and also the feeling that you are in control. When the Hierophant appears reversed, he asks if there are beliefs in your own life that are keeping you in a state of rigidity. You are feeling an impulse to go against the rules, against social conventions, and against the way in which things are being done. This card may also be a warning that you should not partake in gossiping or slandering. There is a tendency for manipulation in a relationship and any distortion of the truth causes unhappiness. Be kind and changes will come.
The Ten of Pentacles points to long term success in terms of wealth and family. In the Ten of Pentacles, sitting on the left is an elderly man with well-groomed grey hair and a long beard. He sits on a seat decorated in vines and healthy bunches of grapes. The grapes symbolize, wealth, abundance and riches. This Card suggests you have done, or will do, very well for yourself, not by chance, but by working very hard. The Pentacles always believe in putting their money into bricks and mortar as they like to see something tangible for all their hard work. It suggests you are looking to settle down or take steps to make your relationship more permanent.
The Elderly man in the Ten of Pentacles Reversed Card represents the old traditional ways of acquiring wealth, and that is by building an empire slowly. He is saddened as his family wants immediate wealth and have turned his fortune upside down. It can suggest family disloyalty and dishonor. There may be no family values and a lack of respect for family members or elders. You may view family obligations or duties as a burden and begrudge doing anything for them or having to visit, but you still do. The Ten of Pentacles Reversed often refers to domestic disharmony. You may be too materialistic in your relationships, causing you to become emotionally cold.
When the Devil card appears, the angels and guides are pointing you to a very powerful spiritual lesson. The Devil card shows us a habit or way of life that’s dragging us down. It could be a roller-coaster relationship or dead marriage. It’s too scary to imagine life without it. Rather than break it off you prefer to suffer because it’s “the devil you know.” This card appearing is a signal that there is indeed something that is impeding your success. It could be a health matter, it could be a person. The battle you must fight isn’t with another person but with yourself, or what we call “our personal demons.”
The Devil Card, in Reverse, represents Freedom! Sometimes, when we think we’re blocked, we’re really just tense and letting ourselves relax can help us think of different ways around bad situations. It is a time of liberation and a gradual process of waking up. We are being liberated from our worst fears. This card represents the termination of destructive behavior. A reversed Devil reminds us that any situation that may seem to be trapping us is an illusion. We always have options. Help is always available. This Reversed Devil brings a moment of clarity, peace, and a time for self-improvement.