You are entering a period of welcome changes in your life. You will find yourself at a crossroads and will have to choose which way to go. Thanks to your ability to apply sound judgement, you will make the right choice, and your life will be radically transformed! Armed with a renewed sense of self-confidence and guided by your judiciousness, you will get certain personal matters in perspective, put the past behind you and make a new start!
The reversed Hanged Man is today’s love tarot card. While the card in its upright position suggests voluntary service and temporary waiting, the reversed card feels drained of choice and hope. One of the people in a relationship feels like a martyr, resentfully serving someone who fails to appreciate their efforts. The relationship seems stuck, without any hope of regaining momentum. Addiction and delusion are among the other negative meanings of the Hanged Man. Sometimes the reversed Hanged Man comes up in readings where one partner is deeply in denial, choosing not to see the signs of chemical dependency or a gambling problem. You glue on a pair of rose-colored glasses, refusing to perceive your lover’s lies. This card also suggests the need to move out of passivity, even if that means cutting your losses.
The Justice card reversed indicates that you feel disappointed because your career and finances have been thrown out of balance. You’re having difficulty cooperating with other people and feel like nobody is on your side. Someone will do you wrong, and this will make you lose your trust in them. Before jumping to conclusions and rushing to a guilty verdict, though, you should carefully consider whether things turned out the way they did because of you. Seeing that you currently have a tendency to deny responsibility for your actions and to blame others for your own mistakes, you’re likely to do or say things that will prove costly in the future.
The decisions you make everyday end up determining the path you take, so why not slow down a bit? I’m not suggesting you come to a full stop – so don’t head for the couch! But it would be a good idea to clear the excess clutter -i.e. seemingly large looming problem that really, once you get a little perspective, are details – out of your head. Active meditation is a good way to accomplish this. Try committing yourself to yoga, or at least deep breathing exercises three times a week. You will notice those big decisions seem to take care of themselves, as if by magic.