King of Swords reversed in your career reading signals a lack of authority. You are not sure who you should ask for advice or what you should tell them. There might be a lack of clear directions and boundaries, especially as far as your tasks and projects are concerned. This may signal a lack of direction, and as a result confusion is growing. You might be having a great deal of difficulty completing the projects you have started. Alternatively, King of swords reversed sometimes indicates a tyrannical boss or an overbearing colleague. This other alternative is that you are playing into the hands of these people. It could be that you are either putting yourself in a vulnerable position, or you are allowing them to keep you down.
Reversed, this Minor Arcana card might represent a business that is not financially lucrative, or one that has become overly competitive. The King of Swords reversed can denote a lack of authority, unclarity, and lack of direction among the people in your workplace. Everyone is unsure who to ask for advice and what to tell them.
If you pull the King of Swords reversed in your career reading while asking what would be the most fulfilling career for you, the card illustrates that the person is on the career track for more money, and not for making a difference. This King of Swords reversed advises you to be wary of people who would take you for a ride and take away all what you have built over years. As this person shall try their best to take away your hard-earned money, you must avoid them at any cost.
Moreover, this Minor Arcana card reversed illustrates that you are probably feeling demotivated at your workplace as the King of Swords reversed card suggests that you may be losing motivation to do your job because of a lack of vision and support from other people. The King of Swords reversed also suggests you to give yourself some time and not make any hasty judgments. Give yourself some time or wait for a time when you will be rewarded with a better position.
King of Swords reversed suggests that if you are starting a new job or project, or you are leading a new team, you may be feeling uncertain, unsure, paranoid, and misunderstood. While this is making the job difficult and sometimes impossible for you, you are finding it impossible to complete, and there is probably a lack of vision or direction. Sometimes, this card can also denote a tyrannical overbearing boss or manager, as well as a dishonest or greedy colleague.
In a broader sense, King of swords reversed denotes a lack of patience and drive to do the job, leading to stagnation and frustration.
If you’re hoping to improve your current job position, King of Swords reversed illustrates that you might not be the most suitable person for the job you were hoping for. You can be tyrannical, a bully, or a manipulator in order to succeed. If this doesn’t represent you, a person with the characteristics above may be undermining the efforts of others. Make sure that you are acting honourable, positively, and ethical. Doing so will earn you goodwill and respect. If this doesn’t represent you, a person with the characteristics above may be undermining the efforts of others.
If you want to know what are your career strengths, King of Swords reversed signals a person full of wisdom and knowledge but lacks practical use of the knowledge to solve problems. You may be very creative, but are not able to put your creativity to use. Sometimes, this card shows up reversed indicating that you are not getting the benefits of your diligence and hard work. You are frustrated with the lack of results and lack the ability to channelize your energy towards a particular goal. King of swords reversed indicates someone who has lost control of his or her thoughts and actions, and this issue needs to be addressed.
If you happen to be in a competitive field and can’t get the respect you deserve, King of swords reversed suggests that you should look deeply into your actions and change your ways of handling the situation. You need to understand the impact of your actions and refrain from actions that can harm you in the long run. You have a very sharp mind and a high intellect. But, your ability to see the bigger picture might be a bit restricted. This card also signals that sometimes, your competitive drive can harm you in the long run.
When you are asking Tarot what are your career weaknesses, King of Swords reversed reveals that you may be a person who lacks the moral compass needed to be a success in your field. As a result, you could end up feeling as though you are not actually being yourself, as you constantly change your mind or your opinions to keep your colleagues or bosses on side. This may cause problems at work, and the more you try to please someone else, the less you actually accomplish for yourself. Sometimes, this card can also refer to someone who may be tyrannical or domineering in their approach, or who is a know-it-all, criticizing others and attempting to be all-knowing while actually being very dim-witted.
Reversed King of Swords often suggest that you are feeling frustrated and resentful of your current work or career. Maybe you are upset that you have not yet reached the level of respect and recognition that you believe you deserve, or your boss is demeaning to you. As a result, you are holding yourself back rather than going forward and letting things happen as they are meant to.
King of Swords reversed reveals that if you would like to improve communication at your workplace, you must start participating in open, honest discourse with others there. It could also mean that you lack critical thinking skills. You must work to fix this to advance. You might alternatively be being overly critical of people at work, which is likely to make them think negatively about you and your leadership abilities. If this is the case, make sure you are demonstrating your kindness and compassion to people. You could be attempting to get revenge or be taking pleasure in hurting others just as you have probably been hurt in the past. When this Minor Arcana card occurs in your reading, you might need to take a closer look at your objectives, your morals, and how you want to conduct yourself because of its possible interpretation.
Reversed King of Swords can also mean that you might be the person who is spreading gossip about others. Making cruel judgments against others is wrong and could come back to bite you. Be careful how you phrase your comments because it can have a harmful effect on people.
When you are asking Tarot whether you should change your career or not, King of Swords reversed reveals that you must not take any chances right now. You need to be patient for a while.
If you would like to know what King of Swords reversed reveals about balancing your career and personal life, this card indicates that you have been putting too much work into your professional life and not having enough balance with your personal life. You are getting the professional perspective of life. But for some reason, you are unable to bring the same work to your personal life. This energy balance is required to perform at your best.