The Fool is the card of new beginnings, amazing opportunities, and unlimited potential. Labeled card number “0,” The Fool is traditionally the first and the last card in the Tarot. The Fool is there as the bridge between each cycle of endings and beginnings. As a result, the Tarot is called “The Fool’s Journey,” as a metaphor for the cycles of love and life.
The Fool is young and full of wonder, innocence, optimism, and freedom. He overlooks a cliff, but is too inexperienced to be afraid. Like the white rose he holds in his hand, he is pure. With his companion by his side, and the sun shining on his back, he is ready to love freely and dive into life headfirst.
If you are asking about how someone sees you, and you draw the Fool, that means this person sees you as an object of their curiosity. They want to know you better and are really excited about it. They know you are capable of drawing their innermost potential. They feel they can put everything on the table as long as they can build a connection with you. You are a fantastic person in their eyes.
The Fool means that they see you as someone who can make them reconnect with their inner child. You draw out their innocence. Their curiosity toward you makes them a clean slate. They look at you with wonder. You make them brave enough to take a leap of faith as if they are a child with no care in the world.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Fool is a sign that they see you as someone they are fascinated with. Every time they look at you, they are overcome with the urge to be in awe at your existence. They are head over heels for you. However, this infatuation has no solid foundation and does not mean they are ready for a long-term commitment. You may want to get to know them better for the connection to deepen.
For existing relationships, the Fool means that they see you from a different perspective. Although you have been together for quite some time, the card indicates renewed interest. The relationship has entered a new stage as if you have reentered the honeymoon period. Although you may want to stay in this phase longer, playing the ball to keep it at bay rests on how both of you want to make the relationship healthy in the long run.
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Fool shows that they see you as an old flame with whom they want to reconnect. Their feelings for you have come back. No matter the reason for your previous breakup, they now see you in a different light. Thinking about you makes them happy. If you ask if reconciliation is possible, the card signifies they might get in touch with you soon.
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Fool means that they see you as a partner with whom they are not ready to commit yet. Yes, they love you. There is no question they are happy with your relationship. But they must be prepared and mature enough to take the responsibility of marriage or a larger commitment. If you want to make things work for the better, you may need to strengthen your connection first.
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If you are asking about how someone sees you, and you draw the Fool reversed, that means this person sees you as an unknown entity. They don’t know if they want to know you better. You make them question their decision. They are afraid that a future with you might result in negative consequences. With this card on, there is something that is blocking them from seeing you in a positive light.
The Fool reversed means that they see you as someone they cannot yet forge a deeper connection with. They are stuck between wanting to start a new beginning with you. You are reckless with no care in the world. This person thinks the two of you do not really know each other very well. They cannot move forward as something is preventing them from doing so. Only time can tell if you are meant to be together or not.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Fool reversed is a sign that they see you as someone they cannot enter a new beginning with. Although the infatuation is there, something prevents them from offering a relationship. Keep in mind that it does not automatically mean you are lacking in any way. It could mean they are afraid of uncertainties in the future. You should ask yourself: are you willing to waste your time waiting for an indecisive person?
For existing relationships, the Fool reversed means that they see you as a toxic partner. The frequent misunderstandings and fighting send them into a loop that is hard to break out of. If left unchecked, your relationship might enter a point of no return. If you want to save the relationship, you need to communicate honestly about what both of you want to happen. Reigniting your relationship spark is a significant step. Spending more quality time together and professing your love regularly may help.
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Fool reversed shows that they see you as someone who can bring them happiness or fear. They have mixed feelings for you at this point. While you make them happy, you also stir their fear of the unknown. The past still hurts them. Is reconciliation possible? Definitely, but only if they can overcome such fear and be willing to start fresh with you.
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Fool reversed means that they see you as someone with whom they do not want to spend the rest of their life. Something is blocking them from seeing a bright future with you. The relationship is stuck due to various reasons. The two of you might have had a lot of misunderstandings in the past that led to hurtful words that were better left unsaid. The timing could also be a factor.
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For love readings, the Fool is full of duality. Just as the Fool, as the 0th card, is the start and end of the Tarot (often aptly titled as the Journey of the Fool), the Fool is also at the beginning and end of any relationship. The Fool can be a new beginning for a reconciliation reading. If you are willing to start again at the beginning, you will need to see where it goes, and if the relationship will develop into something deep and meaningful. If you are nearing the end of the cycle, you may need to decide if you’ve learned its lessons and are ready to close out this circle gracefully.
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