You are about to go through major changes in your life – and you will be unable to control or prevent them. These developments will be completely unanticipated and will catch you off guard. You will feel overwhelmed with fear and uncertainty because the stability of your life will be threatened. You will have to keep in mind that all these changes will be for the best, as they will help you disengage yourself from emotionally draining situations. A new road is about to open up before you, and it will be very promising; you will have no reason to be afraid to travel it!
The Chariot card arrives today in a reversed position. This card’s appearance can point to one person in a relationship imposing their decisions on their partner. The upside-down Chariot can also mean a loss of self-control. Someone or something other than yourself is in the driver’s seat right now. You feel as if your relationship has been hijacked. One or both partners make decisions based on anger and selfishness rather than compassion and love. It’s also possible that you have steered off-course in order to avoid a confrontation. Or you overreact to a minor problem. Your Chariot may be drifting, in danger of crashing, because both of you have fallen asleep at the wheel. For single people hoping for romance, this card can reveal that the object of your infatuation does not want commitment. Sometimes the Chariot highlights the conflict between a stated goal, such as finding a lover, and actions which undermine that goal.
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.
Do people think you are “too serious” at times? If you hear this too often, the natural reaction would be to take it as criticism – after all, you are only trying to understand yourself and others. Other people might actually be picking up on your dedicated nature to help the needy, to work for a cause. In order to integrate your inner nature with outside events, look into group activities such as “Walking for a Cure” or other athletic events which benefit a cause.