Reversed tarot cards are cards that are pulled upside down.
Imagine a painting on a wall in a museum, for example the Mona Lisa. Now turn it upside down so that the top of her head is pointing towards the floor.
You’ve just successfully reversed Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece!
Okay, let’s mentally right side her back up. It is a masterpiece after all.
Whew! Good work!
The Meaning of Reversed Tarot Cards
Read the meaning of the upright card and recognize that something is blocking or resisting this action or element of your life from taking place.
Look at the card that was pulled and listen to what the card is telling you about why it showed up reversed.
If the blocking interpretation above doesn’t resonate with you, that’s not a bad thing!
The next step is to determine what does feel right. How do you accomplish this?
Let your intuition (often referred to as your gut sense) lead the way.
One helpful way to get in touch with your intuition is to write or journal what the card is telling you. Then read back what you wrote and do another gut-check.
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