Your recent rebellious behavior could damage your reputation.

The Hierophant (Reversed)

The tarot card of the day today is The Hierophant in reverse.

While the upright version of this card signifies tradition and structure, in reverse, it indicates opposition to those things. When the Hierophant shows up in reverse, you may have been going against the norms lately.

There is nothing wrong with standing up for yourself and what you think is right. However, being outright rebellious can damage your reputation, especially when you're rebelling against respected authority or reasonably placed customs.

The reversed Hierophant is here today as a reminder of the consequences going against the forces and living in an unconventional way may have on your life.

Have you been feeling the need to rebel?

The Hierophant in reverse indicates that you may have had the urge recently to be rebellious. Or perhaps you have already acted upon those urges and have been partaking in defiant behaviors.

The Hierophant in reverse wants you to be very careful on how you act upon those urges. Think about whether or not what you're rebelling against is reasonable or if it's truly worth the trouble it may get you into. Otherwise, some extensive damage could get done to your reputation.

Have you been living an unconventional lifestyle?

While not everyone's way of living is the same, most people stick to the norm and follow basic moral rules that have gotten put into place for a reason.

If you've been living unconventionally, think to yourself why your lifestyle may be considered unconventional and if it's the healthiest way of life for yourself.

The Hierophant in reverse suggests you may need to reconsider whether or not some of your lifestyle habits are necessary or appropriate. This is especially so if they could be harmful to others around you as well.

How it could damage your reputation?

The Hierophant appears in reverse when some of your life choices are possibly causing some damage to your reputation. The damage could come from rebelling against well-known and respected authority figures or public safety rules.

Breaking the law in any way at all often has quite an impact on one's reputation.

Alternatively, you could harm your reputation by living an unconventional lifestyle. It's okay to live a little unconventionally sometimes, as not every person is the same. However, you need to take care that you're not taking it too far and disrupting the lives of others around you.

Things to avoid doing to prevent causing damage to your reputation.

The Hierophant in reverse is a sign that you're on the verge of badly damaging your reputation. Here are some of the things you should do to avoid causing any trouble for yourself or those around you.

Respect the law.

Although you may disagree with specific laws, that does not give you the okay to go out and break them. It's every adult's responsibility to follow the rules that have gotten put into place. Plus, most of them have been established for good reasons.

Respect authority figures.

Respecting authority figures is an essential practice to avoid causing any harm or damage to your reputation. When people see you rebelling against them, it makes you seem like someone who is disrespectful, even if that's not quite the case.

Keep in mind that there is a reason the person is an authority figure to begin with. They earned that right and title, so you should respect it.

Don't live too unconventionally.

Not every person is the same, and not everybody lives the exact same lifestyle. So, it's okay to live a little unconventionally. However, it's best to ensure that your way of living isn't harming you or others or disrupting other people's lives. Doing so can cause some severe damage to your reputation.