“Love” Tarot Card Reading

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

  1. Energies and influence in your PAST!
  2. Events that are affecting your love life NOW!
  3. The OUTCOME of your current love life if you proceed on the current path.

The Six of Wands symbolize self-confidence, public recognition, success and progress. The Six of Wands appearing can suggest a time in life when you eventually receive the praise and acknowledgment you have rightly earned. You have beaten the rest and are declared “The Best.” Make sure that you deliver on anything you have promised or given your word on in order to maintain the support of friends and family. The Six of Wands symbolizes a successful relationship is coming, or is already here, where both partners have similar goals and are go-getters. People respect you and are happy for you.

The Six of Wands Reversed suggests that even though you have been victorious in a situation, it may only be temporary. This can often be as a result of resting on your laurels and getting laid back and complacent with your win. The Six of Wands Reversed can suggest low confidence, low self-esteem and lack of self-belief. You might dream of success but are too insecure in yourself to go and get it. If searching for love, then the appearance of the Six of Wands Reversed can highlight your lack of success due to poor effort being put in or that you keep going for the wrong type.

The Ten of Swords symbolizes crisis, betrayal and painful endings. The Ten of Swords Card brings confusion that is often very hard to deal with and can be shocking and upsetting. But this Card is not all darkness and gloom. When it appears, it is acknowledging that your situation cannot go on any longer and that something has to give. No matter how bad things may seem right now, you have reached the lowest point. Things can’t get any worse for you, because that has already happened. You have only one way to go now and that is up. Better times are coming. Have a good rest before making any decisions.

The Ten of Swords Reversed, signifies the end of a terrible situation, experience or problem. Reversed, it is bringing eventual release from terrible stresses, conflicts or torment, but you must be patient for it to arrive. Release will not be instantaneous, but it will be enough of a lightening to allow you to have hope once more. You are no longer alone when this Card Reverses as others have come, and are coming, to help you from your plight. The worst is behind you. The bright sky now more evident signals recovery and a fresh start as darkness recedes. You have survived and the worst is now over.

When the Moon appears in a reading, it may indicate a time of uncertainty and illusion, when nothing is what it seems. Be careful of making fast decisions when the Moon appears because you may later realize you only had half the information you needed. Follow your heart and your intuition, and don’t be afraid to ask for psychic messages either. Pull back and meditate or listen to your instinct. All may not be as bad as it seems. Your insecurities are all that is holding you back. The truth is also much better discovered then wondering ‘what if’ for the rest of your life. Expect the unexpected.

The Moon Card, when Reversed, signifies that the recent confusion or period of grief has come to an end. The darkness will dissipate, and you will finally be able to find the spiritual light that leads you towards the right path. You know something is about to happen but lack clarity to understand. Also, you know that nothing is going to work as per your plan. The Moon tarot card reversed denotes someone who is lost in some kind of madness, often due to not allowing their creative abilities to surface. Sometimes the Moon card shows up to let you know that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew.

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