The Tower represents change, but it’s often a card that people are afraid of in the deck because the kind of change that The Tower brings is sudden, unforeseen, and often interpreted as traumatic or catastrophic. However, change is necessary for us to progress, so the events of The Tower, even if they’re uncomfortable to move through, once we reach the other side of that change, we can feel we’re better on the path of our lives.
The Tower Meaning
The Tower indicates an explosion, a dramatic upheaval, and the dismantling of high defenses. This can be a complete breakup or a break in a long-standing situation. Change is unavoidable and may be triggered by external factors. This could signify rage, emotions erupting in devastation, finally escaping from prison, or corruption being exposed. the earth-shattering transformation that has a significant personal or situational impact, Diet and exercise are used to improve the program, housecleaning etc.
This can be a blow to your ego or a blow to your professional or work identity, such as being unexpectedly fired or relocated, or it can be a major change, such as exploring deep trauma or long-buried experiences in therapy.
It can also be a blow to your ego or a blow to your professional or work identity, such as being unexpectedly fired or relocated. This can lead to significant growth if a bold and unsettling truth is revealed. the lightning bolt of inspiration the flash of illumination revelation This can also indicate the annihilation of all illusions, as well as a lightning bolt of inspiration or enlightenment. If change hasn’t already happened, get ready because something is coming there will be or has already been a huge upheaval either within or without.
This is a call to accept a major restructuring evict yourself from your jail evict yourself from your complacency Embrace the change; if you’re in a crisis, seek expert help. If that’s not an option, talk to a trusted friend; if that’s not an option, eliminate the unworkable or hindering factors. Accepting ignorance as a viable option is no longer an option. see, change, have bravery, save yourself, weather the storm, and if you must go, get out of a situation.
The Tower Reversed
The Tower is inverted first this can just signify repressed anger. This can represent anxiety and a desire to make a change but be unsure of how to proceed this can also represent remaining stuck in a long-standing position or situation which will soon be coming to an end.
This can also represent the suppression of emotions resisting inevitable change bailing out on yourself this can be anxiety and a desire to make a change but being unsure of how to proceed this can be anxiety and a desire to make a change but being unsure of how to proceed this can be the suppression of emotions resisting inevitable.
Accept that there is buried stuff going on and that you may not be able to see it right now, but it will come out eventually. These are the rumblings. Accept that there is buried stuff affecting a situation or a relationship that you may not be able to see, and that you may be asked to keep a lid on your moat and reactions, especially when it comes to personal safety or interacting with others with unknown agendas, and that you should always keep an eye on your back. Make sure you have an escape plan and be aware that my method may require you to go underground or into that deep to get out, so be prepared.
You’re going through a big personal transition, metamorphosis, or upheaval if you see The Tower Reversed. These changes are taking place from within. Change is often brought about by external circumstances in The Tower Upright, and you may feel that this change has been forced upon you.