The hectic pace and the responsibilities of your everyday life have completely disoriented you, and you are currently having difficulty finding time for yourself and your loved ones. You have neglected important aspects of your life and feel isolated and lonely. You have to reconsider some of the choices you have made, because the steep, solitary path you are travelling is of your own choosing. Try to get your impulsiveness under control and prioritise your desires.
The Lovers card was pulled from the love tarot deck in its reversed position today. This card often indicates someone trying to avoid decisions. Rather than making an honest choice, you may tell everyone what they want to hear. You have two or three lovers, but tell each of them, they are the only one. The upside-down Lovers card can also mean a series of choices has created a wedge between you and your partner. One of you accepts a job offer hundreds of miles away. Or your lover puts old friends ahead of your relationship. Maybe you have chosen career over love too many times, cancelling several dates. The two of you no longer jointly decide to prioritize your relationship over outside forces. The relationship does not end now, but it begins to crack.
Some unforeseen changes and developments in your professional and financial life are standing in the way of your desires. Things are not going as expected. You are constantly forced to adapt to new conditions and are having difficulty keeping things balanced. The saying best suited to this period in your life is “you reap what you sow”, as you are forced to tie up loose ends from the past and deal with career-related problems you have overlooked and left unresolved. Keep in mind that, even though you feel unlucky and this period is not particularly favourable for your career and finances, you will eventually be rewarded for your pains and efforts. Keep fighting and do your best to overcome the obstacles you have encountered.
The aspect at play reminds us that there are always two ways to do something (if not more!). You can either go to the gym or not. You can eat healthy food, or not. Then there are decisions we make unconsciously: how do you sit in your chair at work? Do you use good posture, with a strong back and the abdominal muscles slightly flexed? Or do you slouch and let your shoulders cave in? Pay attention while you still have a choice!