“Life” Tarot Card Reading

Our traditional Tarot decks contains 78 cards, 22 of which are referred to as the Major Arcana and depict the major changes on our path through life. The remaining 56 cards, known as the Minor Arcana, expand on these themes.

In a Tarot Card Reading, there are 78 cards and each card has 2 representations, upright and reversed, for a total of 156 possible cards.

Your simple and Free Tarot Card Reading is below. The deck was shuffled when you arrived here. Just flip each card one at a time. Random, “Upside Down” cards can appear at anytime. An “Upside Down” card gives an alternate reading. Your reading is interpreted differently depending on the order of the cards. After clicking to reveal the card, click again to see the description!

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. Right now how you feel about yourself.
  2. Your current desires.
  3. Fears
  4. Forces in your favor.
  5. Forces against you.
  6. Outcome.
Tarot Card - The Hermit

The Hermit Tarot Card brings with it, not just solitude, but also a time of reflection. It also refers to the level of spiritual knowledge that the Hermit attained, and that he is ready to impart that knowledge to you. When you become aware of your true road, there will be nothing to stand in your way, but you need honest and deep introspection to find your answers. If you ask Tarot about love and see this card, the gentle message is, you are better off alone at this time. It also is a sign that your partner is being exclusive with you, that you are the only partner for them. Alone time what you need to hear your inner voice.

The Hermit in a Reversed position states that you are a wise person, but you are too focused on finding the “truth” about some matter when you might do better to just let it go and move forward with your life. When the Hermit appears reversed, he reminds you that you should not feel alone. It is time to seek the company of others who have done the inner reflection to know their authentic self. The Hermit reversed encourages you to create more space for yourself to reconnect with your Spirit. Find the time to meditate and strengthen your Inner Light. You are truly wise.

Tarot Card - The Empress

The Empress is all about the expression of female energy, artistic pursuits, and intuitive powers. She is your female side. The Empress signifies abundance in beauty and love through a deep connection with nature and the Universe. She symbolizes feminine power. When the Empress appears in your reading, you can rest assured that all is in a good place in your world. The Empress is powerful and very self-assured. She questions none of the decisions she makes, in the same way a mother raising her young does not question herself. You have worked hard to reach this place, and have done well!

The Empress Card, when Reversed, is about confidence, and your lack of it. With the Empress finding her way into your life, it could also mean that you are relying on others to take care of you, and make decisions for you. This is a sign of an imbalance within you. When the Empress appears reversed, she gently asks you to consider which area of your life is feeling neglected. She represents love, so if there is an area that feels abandoned, it is time to make it a priority. The Empress reminds you that love will protect and shield you. Giving yourself a little more love is all that is needed to make a huge breakthrough.

Tarot Card - The Lovers

The Lovers card is often about a big decision at hand. The Lovers is one of the best cards you can get! It is a soulmate card and signifies an intense bond between two people. If you are single, love is coming your way! Follow your heart, your instinct is not fooling you at this time. This card says it is safe to proceed with the decision that is pulling at your heartstrings the most. The Lovers Tarot card can represent the establishment of a personal belief system and an increasing awareness of one’s values. It is about staying true to your core and being authentic to those around you.

Missed connections, power struggles, not being ready for a relationship, breakups, and personal fears about commitment could all be involved in a Reversed Lovers Card. This signals the time to make an unpleasant choice or that there are no good choices. The Lovers reversed asks you to look at where disharmony may be occurring between you and another. Instead of getting angry at this individual try to figure out how you can make it better. You cannot heal your own heart if you are busy blaming another (past or present) for your imbalance. Being miserable because of another is a choice.

Tarot Card - Nice of Swords

The Nine of Swords indicates anxiety, fear, depression and inner battles. The person represented in the Nine of Swords feels they can no longer cope and are at their wit’s end. They may not be able to face their situation, what has to be done or what is expected of them. They do not feel strong enough to carry their burden. Your past may have caught up with you or something you thought dealt with, done and dusted, has reared its ugly head and resurfaced once more, bringing all its unpleasantness with it. It’s time to break your problems down one by one instead of attempting to deal with them all at the one time, or you will quickly become overwhelmed.

When the Nine of Swords Reversed appears, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It shows that you now have a chance to get out of your predicament, clear your worries and stresses, and maybe find help for your negative thoughts. There is a small window of opportunity, a glimmer of light on the Horizon. You seem to be coming out of depression or the issue or situation you worried about so much has not come to pass. You may have found a solution that has brought a release from the intense pressure you have been experiencing. Communication is key here. Start talking about it and keep talking. Get it all off your chest.

Tarot Card - Three of Wands

The Three of Wands indicate foresight, expansion and overseas opportunities. This card shows a man gazing off into the distance at three ships sailing at sea. He’s watching his ships come in to find out how much money they’ve made for him. This Card, when chosen, brings a time where your potential for productivity and accomplishment is very favorable. Keep your eyes open for new career opportunities and your mind open to new possibilities. The Three of Wands is a positive card for relationships as it suggests growth and development. Much can be achieved under the influence of this Card as your life is progressing nicely now.

When the Three of Wands Reverses, you may now realize you never thought things through properly when making important decisions. A lack of foresight has made you act rashly or recklessly in the choices you have made. The Reversed Three of Wands suggests a lack of growth and commitment in your relationships as well. The gloss may have worn off what you thought was a promising relationship, leaving you upset and disappointed. It’s time to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back on track again. Don’t let this get the better of you. You have the potential for growth and development in whatever you undertake.

Tarot Card - Six of Wands

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.

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