The Chariot

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When you get The Chariot card in a reading, it means you need to use your willpower to take the reins and launch forward into your future, but not too firm because it’s necessary to give room for spontaneity as you move forward.

The Chariot MeaningThe Chariot Meaning

The Chariot represents action, or what I like to think of as the car of the Tarot. It represents progress, confidence, and moving forward with great energy and clear direction and focus. It is someone with great confidence, perhaps even a little bravado. It is someone gifted at juggling a multitude of tasks, especially if the many tasks contribute to the eventual whole Chariot. Put on armor to defend yourself while on a journey. It symbolizes discipline.

willpower can indicate a career change or a shift in focus. It also signifies someone who brings together a lot of diverse aspects in a really dynamic way. The best line of action is to keep The Chariot upright. First and foremost, implement your plan. Get started moving, and if you’re in the middle of it, keep pushing forward.

All objections are just excuses. Nothing was ever accomplished if all probabilities had to be handled first. Focus your energies forward and keep the ride under control so things don’t get out of hand.

Pay attention to the direction you’re headed. You may be asked to mask or manage emotions in the service of the task; and, in general, just make a to-do list and cross things off it; there’s a lot of energy in this card, as well as a lot of discipline.

The Chariot ReversedThe Chariot Reversed

The Chariot reversed depicts things going out of control because there are too many aspects.

Going in the wrong direction might be represented by chaos. Recklessness in attempting to force a situation that requires a different strategy, as well as an ill-advised enterprise, impotence, indulgence, futility, sentiments.

Chaos can symbolize a desire to change course or dissatisfaction with how a plan is unfolding. It can also represent individuality and discipline. When used incorrectly, it can also mean that someone is not taking the required measures or not paying attention to vital warnings. With The Chariot reversed, the best course of action is to slow down, hit the brakes, and hold on because you might be going in the wrong direction.

Back off a little or a lot because you’re being called to re-evaluate your path at this time. It might not be the wrong path you’re on; it just might be calling for some adjust adjustments before you proceed.

Pay attention to caution, which you should automatically put on your seat. Slow down and regroup. It’s possible that you won’t be able to bring together all of the ingredients you’ll need for success at this moment. Avoid or reject risky activity.

This could just be a request to postpone or cancel a journey, or to double-check all of the details of a trip, but it’s usually a request to slow down, hold on, and slam the brakes, so that’s The Chariot.

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