The Four of Chalices card reversed suggests that you may be expecting an offer to remain indefinitely, but ignoring the facts of the matter might not bring the results you anticipate, and could lead to regret. Yet reaching out or accepting a compassionate and sincere offer of love, support or commitment could renew hope and passion and bring reconciliation. This could be a second chance to put the brakes on self-pity, come out of a romantic slump and rejoin life. Otherwise unresolved issues or fears may come to a head as dissatisfaction and longing become more difficult to hide. Communicating your feelings and considering how the other person feels could help alter your perspective.
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- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Sat, Aug 15, 2009 1:29 AM EDT
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Fri, Aug 14, 2009 1:38 AM EDT
The Two of Swords card reversed suggests that letting down your guard to make an impulsive connection could release sexual tension or break a relationship stand-off, or it may precede a romantic reunion, infatuation or confrontation. While you might think that taking the first step is beneath you, you can make a move while still being respectful of your own feelings. On the contrary, efforts to remain distant, anonymous or indifferent may not work once admissions are made, blinders are removed or previous hurts are recognized or overcome. You may be too close to the situation to view the matter objectively. Listen to the voice of reason and see the truth.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 13, 2009 1:26 AM EDT
The King of Chalices card reversed suggests that old-fashioned traditions may need to be bucked, particularly if a midlife crisis or selfishness is cutting you off from intimacy. Consider diving right in with an alternate approach, as jealousy, obsessing, dreaming or wishing from afar may not be enough to save a sinking ship or a drowning relationship. Tap into the strength of your alter ego in order to rise above sexual dysfunction, depression, emotional numbness or self-destructive behaviors. Let this be the catharsis that turns the tide. If there is no love lost, then jump ship. If you are committed, take the helm and ride it out, for healing and forgiveness may be borne along on the tidal waves of tender love and commitment.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Wed, Aug 12, 2009 2:52 AM EDT
The Seven of Pentacles card reversed suggests that you've done your duty. You may have been stuck in the dead-end role of observer or patient nurturer long enough, tending to everyone else but yourself. Now is the time to make your move or collect the fruits of your labor before opportunity dries up. Avoid a tendency to go with the quick fix -- in the end, it will require more constant attention due to its shallow roots while returning little tangible reward for your efforts. With timing, vision and work, this standoff could become a milestone, wherein you begin to make major adjustments or changes to the path of your love life, get back in the game or come out of a slump, learn from mistakes or notice and appreciate what has been before you all along, while letting nature take its course.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Tue, Aug 11, 2009 2:51 AM EDT
The Fool card suggests that you should get out and try something new or spontaneous. You may be surprised to find that you are falling head over heels, are on the brink of something exciting, or that you will have the opportunity to come out of a romantic rut where it 'feels like the first time' all over again. Take ownership of your romantic desires.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Sat, Aug 8, 2009 12:48 AM EDT
The World card reversed suggests that you could be in a romantic rut, not taking care of business, unable or unwilling to expand your horizons, or relying too much on passive fantasy. Because of that, your love life, family planning or relationship could have come to a standstill or begun to feel empty. A new perspective or change of scenery may improve your options or make your communication less inhibited. Patience may be needed if you are inexperienced or have let heartbreak, fear or isolation keep you from going all the way or surrendering to love.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Fri, Aug 7, 2009 1:05 AM EDT
The Death card suggests that when love goes wrong, nothing goes right. Whether you are avoiding an inevitable break-up, are in a rut or are simply trying to deny issues that are standing in the way of romantic happiness, you know what this means. You may miss opportunities or even hit all the red lights when you are running late. This could be a sign that something's got to give in order for you to move on to the next chapter in your relationship -- or even beyond that. Continued resistance may be futile.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Thu, Aug 6, 2009 1:46 AM EDT
The Seven of Wands card reversed suggests that romantic support may be restricted or conditional. A situation where boundaries are an issue may appear, or you may have some unfinished relationship business that you are avoiding. Change is unavoidable, whether that means a fresh start or the end of a stagnant situation that you've been putting off for too long.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Work + Money – Fri, Jul 31, 2009 11:51 PM EDT
The Six of Pentacles card suggests that all parties represented by this card are about to get what they want or need, but as the receiver, you should be wary of gifts that may come with strings attached. As long as you deserve them, however, they might represent the boost or reward you have been seeking. As the benefactor or dominant force, it is in your nature to share the love or good fortune as a way of expressing the gratitude and security created within your relationship or love life. Remember to give without ulterior motive, otherwise the aid or justice you mete out may be held back from you in a cat-and-mouse cycle of manipulation. Give of yourself openly, be generous with what you have to offer and you will be rich and successful indeed.
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Fri, Jul 31, 2009 1:56 AM EDT
The Seven of Chalices card reversed suggests that setting your romantic sights too low or too high might be an attempt to deny signs of internal dissatisfaction and could put a damper on romance and intimacy. These obstacles or losses, however, could actually help you to reconcile your heart's desire by putting true love within reach or by identifying what has authentic value and appeal on a soul-deep level. After all, it might be a faulty sense of self-esteem that stands between settling and having the confidence to go for what you secretly desire. Being able to finally identify what it is you really need can expand your capacity to love. You could begin to envision your true potential or rediscover your authentic, creative and playful self, which could then enable you to better connect with what you deserve.