Your inability to control your impulsiveness will cause you to make decisions without having thought things through. The Temperance card reversed indicates that you will have a tendency to be intemperate and oblivious to the consequences of your actions. You will do things you will later regret. This will be a transitional period in your life, and it will be testing you. You will have to give up your bad habits and to exercise self-control in order to give yourself the chance to make a new start.
Today’s love tarot card is the Justice card in its reversed position. When this card comes out of the deck upside-down, the sword of Justice points to a lack of balance. For couples, this can mean one or both parties failing to live up to the relationship contract. That can mean anything something as serious as infidelity or gambling away the mortgage money. Or it can simply mean failing to do the dishes or take out the garbage. This is a time to assess the relationship’s strengths and weaknesses. Determine whether to restore balance or end it. For single people, the upside-down Justice card may reveal some personal imbalance thwarts their desire for love. This could be anything from workaholism to porn addiction. The reversed Justice card can also mean a single person whose perfectionism blocks their quest for romance.
You are making plans with respect to your professional life and your finances, but you are faced with numerous discouraging obstacles and difficulties. Your progress is painfully slow, and many people who are jealous of you are standing between you and your dreams. You are in a self-critical mood and wondering whether you have made the right choices in your career and your financial affairs. You are looking at the future with reluctance and fear, but you have to tame your insecurities and muster up the courage to pursue your dreams. If you want things to work out, you have to roll up your sleeves and take action.
You needs lots of friends, but also sufficient quiet time to focus on her own inner needs. Your goals tend to be “people-oriented,” but private time is what nurtures your ability to understand and set your goals. Combining thought with exercise is a wonderful habit to develop. At least once a week, take yourself on a long run or walk, or simply hit the tennis ball against a wall. This physical outlet creates the space for you to clarify your thoughts without being annoyed with your friends.