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Tarot - Love Test


Lovetest

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My romantic intentions

The intentions of the Ace of Wands when applied to a relationship is to add something new to the relationship. This may be as simple as taking the relationship to the next level but could also indicate a desire to introduce new elements to the relationship to keep things exciting.


The Strength I have to offer

The Strength that the World card represents is the ability to come to terms with who you are and what your place in the universe is. By knowing where you currently stand, you can find a path to where you want to be. While not all journeys have a happy ending, knowing what problems may be in your path will make a successful journey much more likely.


The Weakness that I have

The weakness that the King of Cups brings is expectation that those around him should be as consistent with their work as he is. Expecting other people have the same standards for themselves as you is always a source of problems. To help alleviate this weakness, you need to become more aware of human nature.


Strength in partner to look for

The strength that Death brings is not with the ending, but with the new beginnings. Whether it is being able to start over after bad events have happened or simply being able to accept that all things change, Death can be a Strength.


Weakness in partner to avoid

The weakness of the Five of Pentacles is not the hardship that it represents but of being too proud to accept help. When you let your pride prevent you from getting needed help you become your own worst enemy.


What is at the heart of the relationship?

When the Eight of Swords is at the heart of your relationship, you may be feeling tied up by your current situation. There are solutions to your problem, but you need to be willing to look for them.


Making the relationship work

To make a relationship work when the Six of Swords is present you have to be willing to put the past behind you. This past is not necessarily associated with your current relationship but often is left-over baggage from a previous relationship.


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