The Moon is the card of illusion, fear, anxiety, deception, intuition, and the subconscious. The card depicts a full moon in the night sky, positioned between two large towers. The moon is a symbol of intuition, dreams, and the unconscious. Compared to its counterpart the sun, the moon’s light is dim and only slightly illuminates the night.
The Moon reminds us that every light has a shadow. Not everything in life is clear cut. Relationships will always have ambiguity to some extent. The Moon reminds us to tune into and listen to our intuition. Before our mind knows, we know. Especially when it comes to relationships, listen to your inner voice.
If you are asking about what is the outcome of a relationship, and you draw the Moon, that means that you are a mystery to your person. This card is astrologically associated with Pisces, a dreamy, psychic, creative energy. This is the card of the man of mystery or the femme fatale, which can be exciting and thrilling at the start of a relationship. However, this can turn into anxiety and paranoia. That alluring “aura of mystery” becomes a “what are you hiding?!” and the drama begins. This card reminds you to communicate honestly and clearly, use and trust your intuition, but stay grounded and centered.
The Moon as love outcome is a sign of complicated emotions. This could be failing to understand a partner’s emotions. It can also be interpreted as an inability to process one’s own emotions. Either way, there’s a “fog” of emotions that needs to be cleared out. Lack of clarity leads to miscommunication which leads to misunderstandings. A good heart-to-heart conversation is necessary. That being said, keep it levelheaded and factual. Trust your intuition. If something feels off, ask more questions and investigate. You are entitled to know the truth.
If you are wondering about a potential relationship, the Moon as love outcome means that there can be a positive outcome, but you still need more clarity. When it comes to potential relationships, we tend to focus on the potential. This could mean wearing rose-colored glasses and missing the red flags. On the other hand, it could just be that you idealize each other. Maybe you create and consume art together. Fantasy is fun, but if you want this relationship to have any long-term potential, you’ll also need to be on the same page on the important things in life. Whatever the case may be, trust your intuition and don’t be afraid to ask questions.
If you are in a new relationship, the Moon as love outcome means your person’s feelings are complicated. In addition to that, they might be undecided on how they feel about the relationship. They may fear relationships in general. The future is unclear because they might not know what they want out of a relationship. You may not know what to make of their communications and gestures. They seem unpredictable and unreadable. In addition to that, past emotional baggage could be holding both of you from embracing this relationship fully.
If you are in an existing relationship, the Moon as love outcome means your person keeps you guessing. You’ve kept that element of surprise alive, leaving each other wanting more. On the other hand, if you are starting to have trust issues, clear the air. Drawing this card indicates reaching a breaking point. Astrologically associated with Pisces and the 12th House, this card represents the hidden and the unknown.
If you are currently in separation with each other, the Moon as love outcome means “it’s complicated” for them. Whether you’re separated by distance or inquiring about an ex, their emotions are muddied and confused. If you’re in a long-distance relationship, your person is paranoid and fearful of losing you. This could be the energy of someone who is simultaneously afraid of losing you, but also unprepared to commit. They’re afraid of getting hurt while being clueless to the fact that their indecisiveness is hurting you in the process. Asking them to have an open conversation might be helpful. If you’re wondering how your ex might feel about the possibility of reconciliation, they’re similarly unsure on how to proceed. Give them time and space to heal.
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If you are asking about what is the outcome of a relationship, and you draw the Moon reversed, that means that your person has found clarity within themselves. In the upright position, the Moon card means lack of clarity, fear, paranoia, and nightmare scenarios. In the reverse, we get clarity. They’re finally seeing the light. This is the symbol of the “aha!” moment. Instead of indulging in paranoid “worst case scenarios”, they’re following (and trusting) their intuition. They might ask to “talk” soon. Expect clarity. Whether you like the truth or not, the truth will set you free.
The Moon reversed as love outcome is a sign of the end of the “dark night of the soul.” Things are looking up, and you’re beginning to see things clearly. No more suspicion, no more deception. Perhaps you thought your person would never accept you because of your past. When you eventually tell them, it will turn out that they’re accepting and understanding. Love is all about finding someone who can love our core, true authentic selves. What’s the point of it if you can’t even be honest to your significant other?
If you are wondering about a potential relationship, the Moon reversed as love outcome means a relationship where you can be open and honest about everything. Honesty is the best policy. That’s not to say your person will never be upset or that your truths will never cause conflict, but at least you’ve put it out there. There’s no more feeling suspicious, no more wondering. If you were friends before, you knew each other inside out before you became a couple.
If you are in a new relationship, the Moon reversed as love outcome means that this is going to be a pretty straightforward relationship. If you’re wondering, “is this person hiding anything?” Getting the Moon card in reverse says, “no, they aren’t – and even if they are, you’ll find out about it soon.” Alternatively, whatever they’re hiding might be an open secret. If your intuition is telling something about this person that seems ‘off’, trust that the truth will be revealed soon. Go with the flow. If you have questions, just ask.
If you are in an existing relationship, the Moon reversed as love outcome means a variety of things. Drawing a card in reverse can indicate the energies of that card are ‘flipped’ (resulting in the opposite energy) or they’re intensified. So either there are no secrets between the two of you, or one or both of you has completely clammed up and shut down. Trust your intuition. Either way, if you’re wondering if something is up with your person, just ask. The feminine energy of the Moon advises gentle communication. Be receptive by listening and using your intuition.
If you are currently in separation with each other, the Moon as love outcome means that you’re finally going to get clarity about a situation. Whether you’re separated by physical distance or you’re wondering about an ex, your person is not playing mind games. Drawing this card in reverse may indicate that you suspected they were being vague, but they’re not. Whether your ex says they want to reconcile or whether they’ve fully moved on and wish you the best, they mean what they say and say what they mean. There’s no reading between the lines. You may not like the answer, but their communication is crystal clear. If you’re wondering about your long-distance relationship: what you see is what you get. Trust your intuition, but also stay grounded and centered.
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For love readings, the Moon reveals the darker side of lust and desire. In the shadows of a relationship, deception and misunderstandings lie. What is hiding underneath the surface? The Moon serves as a warning sign, urging us to identify and bring the issues out of the dark and into broad daylight. What hides in your own unconscious, affecting your ability to accept love? The Moon is also a sign to listen to your intuition. When your intuition tells you that something is not quite right, listen to it! Tune into your deepest self.
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