The Tower card reversed will help you disengage yourself from emotionally draining situations. After a period full of stress, anxiety and endless dilemmas, the time has come for you to make radical changes in your life and actively pursue a more fulfilling future! You will put your unpleasant memories behind you and make a fresh start, without fear or hesitation. You will put a definitive END to a problematic situation, and although it will initially upset you, it will eventually turn out to be the best decision you could ever have made.
The love tarot gives us the Hierophant card today. This card relates to teachings, beliefs, traditions, rituals, and groups. This card can mean the time has arrived for you and your sweetheart to formalize your union with a wedding ceremony. Or it can mean your relationship will benefit from renewing your marriage vows. For people still seeking a partner, the Hierophant advises you to join a group to find someone who shares your beliefs. You might want to consider participating in a group activity at your place or worship, taking a meditation class, or volunteering for a political campaign. The Hierophant card also suggests a need for teaching or guidance. You and your partner might want to seek counseling from a clergyperson or therapist. The card can mean that you now have something to teach your partner (or vice versa).
You want to turn everything upside down and make drastic changes in your professional and financial life! You are in a risk-taking mood and unwilling to pursue your goals by playing it safe and steady; you want to take the quick and easy path to success. Your overenthusiasm and impulsiveness are causing you to make mistakes. Your ill-advised actions are threatening the stability of your career and finances.
The atmosphere of the day is like having a very fast car to take you where you would like to go. Where would you like to go? While you’re deciding, make yourself into the best vehicle you can be for your spirit. Healthy foods, plenty of rest, lots of water, and regular exercise are your ticket to a clear advantage. Emotions will always be something for you to manage in your own time, but stick to a plan when it comes to exercise.