Typically, the card called the Chariot signals a feeling of victory tied to freedom. It even looks like the chariot rider is being paraded around town like a hero or heroine of sorts.
The card is very congratulatory. High praise for a profound accomplishment or goal. This goal somehow portrays and even shows off high achievement. It’s a true sign of self-confidence and self-empowerment.
The Chariot also embodies motion. This card is often picked when we are traveling, or moving in an emotional direction. It’s usually a speedy motion, too. If we want to get somewhere fast, or a quick change of pace is coming, the Chariot will appear in a reading.
Its large wheels and fast horses accelerate the rate of the driver’s willpower. How determined are they to succeed? Those who are most ambitious will seize the Chariot’s reigns no matter the pace.
But there is danger in this feeling of freedom, because of the increased rate of change and its power to magnify mistakes in judgment. As a seasoned warrior, the Charioteer is called upon to be extra attentive to the way ahead.
Some thing to keep in mind when seeing this card:
* What drives you?
* Are your goals reasonable?
* What are you trying to control, and why?
* Do you have the skills you need to succeed?
* Can you try a different approach to reaching your goals?
* What would you do if you had a sudden change in direction or location?
Learn more about other Tarot cards.