The Chariot is the card of triumph, success, determination, and action. The Chariot shows a brave warrior standing tall in his chariot. He is all about taking charge and moving forward. He is not about thinking or feeling, but about doing. Although this is a great card to get in a financial or career reading, it bodes more ominously for matters of love.
The Chariot knows what he wants and how to get it. Although the two sphinxes in the front of the carriage are pulling in different directions, the Chariot has a strength of steel. He pushes them to go his way and to follow his will.
If you are asking about how someone sees you, and you draw the Chariot, that means this person sees you as a trophy prize. They want to take you, not because of feelings, but because you are someone they want to “achieve.” They are focused on achieving their goals, and one of them could be you. Remember that they may not be in it for emotions; they are driven by the excitement of taking control over you.
The Chariot means that they see you as someone who is highly confident in yourself. You are disciplined and are firmly set to chase your goals, whatever they may be. You don’t need to be validated by other persons, let alone feel the need to be in a relationship to achieve happiness. You forge your own path, just like how a Chariot moves forward without looking back. Some people find this characteristic of you attractive, but your high level of self-assurance prevents them from approaching you with romance in mind.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Chariot is a sign that they see you as someone with solid self-love. You don’t feel the need to enter a relationship right now. You have other priorities, such as your career and financial security. While this is a promising endeavor, don’t be overly strict to the point that you become insensitive to others’ feelings. Don’t erase all your trails; the right kind of love might be catching up soon.
For existing relationships, the Chariot means that they see you as someone they can use to achieve their dreams. They are determined to materialize their goals, no matter what happens. In their quest for greatness, they might be inconsiderate of your feelings. You may need to openly discuss how you define your roles in the relationship. Is this the person you want to spend a long time with?
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Chariot shows that they see you as an ex-lover. They have already moved on from your relationship. While they are thankful for the time together, they don’t want to look back. If you like this person back in your life, you will only be disappointed. It’s time to move forward as well.
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Chariot means that they see you as someone who will wait for them. Your partner may be too preoccupied with achieving their goals right now. The deeper commitment may not be one of their priorities. But if one of their goals involves marriage or a larger commitment, then you can expect a proposal coming any time soon. In short, your partner is driven by their goals and achievements; it’s a matter of whether you are one of them.
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If you are asking about how someone sees you, and you draw the Chariot reversed, that means this person sees you as a person who is stuck. You don’t want to look back, but you also don’t want to move forward. You feel as if nothing is going according to your plan; you are powerless over your destiny. It could also be the other way around: this person is doubtful of your connection because they are afraid of the unknown.
The Chariot reversed means that they see you as someone who micromanages their time. They are affected by the negative consequences of being controlled instead of them being in control over their own destiny. Alternatively, the Chariot could signify a person who only zooms forward, regardless of the consequences. This kind of recklessness makes others see you as a ticking time bomb that could explode at any time.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Chariot reversed is a sign that they see you as someone they cannot connect with on a soul level. You have a lot of differences. No matter what you do, something is blocking this person from moving forward. They are imprisoned by their insecurities, and they need to do significant introspection before offering you a new beginning. The question is, are they worth waiting for or a waste of time?
For existing relationships, the Chariot reversed means that they see you as their enemy. You could have fought in the past which led to deeper wounds in your partner and the relationship. Have you been too harsh with your words? Did you not consider their feelings in wanting to impose what you want to happen? If this resonates with you, you may need to do some inner work to save the relationship.
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Chariot reversed shows that they see you with mixed feelings. They are stuck in their insecurities and misery about the relationship. They don’t want to go back to you because they remember how hurt they were. But they also don’t want to let go of you either. If you are thinking of reconciliation, ask yourself first: do you want to let such a selfish approach hurt you again?
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Chariot reversed means that they see you as their current partner, nothing more, nothing less. In other words, they are stuck and feel no urge to move forward. They are already content with what you have. If you don’t share the same opinion, you may need to sit down and have an honest conversation. You must express what you want from the relationship and your partner. If you want a larger commitment and they are not, an open forum is a perfect venue to discuss where your relationship is headed.
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For relationships and feelings, The Chariot can often be a tough card to swallow, because so often it says what we do not want a reading to say. However, there is good in every card. You can find the good in the Chariot by channeling its confidence and self-love into your own life. This energy can go in a very positive direction if you let it. Let it make you stronger, faster, and more dazzling in your own gorgeous attractiveness.
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