You are torn by a decision, but remember that at the end of the day, you will be reaping the outcome of that decision.

The Hierophant (Reversed)

The tarot card of the day is The Hierophant in reversed.

A figure who sits between two separate pillars of what seems to be a sacred temple. The figure wears a multi-colored robe and has a three-tiered crown on his head. This represents the figure's ability to control his subconscious and super-consciousness.

The figure holds a triple scepter in his left hand, which shows his religious status. Two men can also be seen in the image, representing his followers. The Hierophant has a responsibility to share his wisdom with his followers.

The reversed Hierophant represents someone standing up for what they believe in even though others are sitting down. This person does not care about the opinions of others, nor do they listen to advice. They don't think like everyone else and are often misunderstood.

The Hierophant reversed suggests that the individual has trouble deciding whether to act upon something. They are torn between doing the right thing and following their heart. If they follow their conscience, they could end up being punished. However, if they ignore their emotions and go ahead with the plan, there is no telling what could happen. Either way, the outcome is uncertain.

Ask the Difficult Questions

The Hierophant reversed signifies an unconventional relationship or the wish for one if you are already married. For example, you may break with convention by choosing not to marry someone else.

If you are in a relationship, the Hierophant reversed could signal a reversal of traditional gender role expectations. Perhaps you are no longer acting like the man or woman in the relationship. Instead, you both seem to be playing different roles. You may be experiencing some friction because of this.

This can also represent a situation where you must stay open-minded and accept the other person's viewpoint. You might even find yourself trying to understand why your significant other acts or feels the way he does.

You may be falling for someone who doesn't care about changing anything about themselves. They aren't interested in becoming a better version of themselves, so they don't bring much value to our relationship.

Go for What Makes You Happy

The Hierophant reversed brings up feelings, but not necessarily emotions. It is about being able to accept that one person does not fit all and that we can find someone else who shares our values and beliefs. This is for you if you are looking for someone who will stand by your side no matter what happens.

Let's say, however, that you desire something more profound or a partner who can offer security and stability. In that case, this might not be quite what you're expecting. But, if you believe in traditional love, have patience because it will surely come.

The Hierophant, in reverse, tells you that you are too hard on yourself and may just be feeling some strong emotions for someone.

This reminds you that you shouldn't let your feelings be the nutrition that stops you from getting what you want. Nutrition is anything that provides your body or soul with whatever is necessary to thrive.

Instead of relying on your feelings, you should rely on a different source of "nutrition" to help you take action. Ensure you don't lose out on something great because you are holding back.

You must do whatever it takes to get where you want to go, whether or not others agree with your choice. If you feel like you have been fighting for what you want, you might be dealing with someone who doesn't quite understand your desires.

However, suppose you feel you have been struggling because you haven't taken enough chances. In that case, you could be dealing with someone who wants to help you move forward but isn't willing to put themselves out there.

Take time to think about what you want. Ask yourself questions before making any decisions. Don't forget to enjoy life! Spend time unwinding and relaxing. Spend some time today to have some fun. New, relaxing experiences is essential to clear your head and improve your decision-making.