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.
Today we have the Hierophant card reversed. When a card comes to us in this position, it means the qualities of the card have become unbalanced, resulting in either excess or lack. A reversed Hierophant may mean that you and/or your partner feel oppressed by convention. You quarrel about the kind of wedding ceremony which will suit both of you as well as your families. The upside-down Hierophant can also mean a sense of boredom with your ordinary, everyday life. You and your partner need to add excitement to your lives. For single people, the reversed Hierophant often suggests you cannot find love because you do not fit the social norms of those around you. Others view you as flouting the rules they obey. You must decide if you want to gain acceptance by conforming, or seek a more like-minded group.
The Devil card reversed indicates that you are faced with professional and financial problems you don’t know how to deal with. You have a tendency to indecisiveness and procrastination. You are turning down all the offers you are receiving. At the same time, though, you are in a risk-taking mood, which is causing you to make mistakes you will later regret. Beware of lies and potential hurtful revelations regarding your financial affairs.
Giving yourself room to do what is right for you may bring up issues of “fitting in with the group.” Sometimes what is “right” changes, and you must break with the past. Resistance to change comes from fear that a particular love source will disappear as soon as we shift. Grounding yourself in your own reality through physical exercise is a powerful way to practice meditation without doing anything much out of the ordinary. Remind yourself that self-love is what we need most.