When you draw the The Devil reversed, the card signals that you have let your self-sabotaging, bad habits, limiting beliefs, and unhealthy lifestyles take the upper hand and rule your life. You have accepted these things as a part of yourself, thinking that they are all you are, and the more you have them, the better you are. But as you dig deep, you will find that you cannot live without them, or you will be nothing without them.
This card is also about letting go of the old ways and embracing a new one. You may have been trying to control the universe for a while now, but it is now time to let go and trust yourself, your capabilities, and your power. The Devil reversed means that you are learning to trust and believe that you can do anything that you set your mind to, even if it seems out of your reach. The moment you believe in yourself, your abilities, and your potential, you have let go of your limiting belief that you cannot do it. You are ready to move forward to try your best and make the best out of it.
The Devil reversed is a sign that the person will not like you unless you change. Their attitude will change if you start to change, but that might disturb that person. The reversed Devil tarot also indicates that there might be a lack of trust between people.
When you are single and looking for a romance, the The Devil reversed as feelings illustrates that you may need to look closer to find the relationship that you want. It could mean that you are focusing too much on your relationship or your connections with others. It could also indicate that you are holding back on your love because you are scared that your partner is not the ideal partner. The Devil reversed tells you that you must face the truth. While looking for your romantic companion, you must check out every angle – you must be compatible, compatible with one’s family, and compatible with your friends.
You need to deal with the issues on your own or take responsibility for it if you are not yet single but have someone who could be a terrible companion. If you are single, The reversed Devil tarot love meaning can signal that you need to be more proactive than usual when meeting people and may need to change your tactics. You are probably too cynical and perhaps see others who are in relationships as shallow and unstable. When dating, you can miss out on wonderful potential romances that are right in front of you.
If you are at the very start of a relationship and want to know what are your lover’s feelings about you, the The Devil reversed as feelings reveals that your lover currently feels like they are stuck somewhere and your relationship is not growing at the right pace. To see if the problem is with your partner or your partner’s insecurities, it is better to get advice from an outsider.
The Devil reversed as feelings reveals that your partner is very jealous of you and they are very possessive and don’t want you to leave your house. This card is also an indication that the person is very crazy and unstable and a bit off with their actions. The relationship that you are currently having might be a bit stifling for you, and if that is the case, talk to your partner about it. If things are strained in your relationship, you might feel like there is no one who can relate to your feelings. However, it might be you who always has to keep the conversation going, even if it’s making you tired.
When you are in a relationship, the The Devil reversed as feelings illustrates that you have gone through a significant part of your relationship. This may indicate that your relationship has entered a new phase, but it may sometimes indicate that it has become too obsessive, too controlling, or too dominating. Your partner may attempt to manipulate things to be a certain way, or may attempt to have a higher standing in your life. It is time to re-evaluate your relationship and consider some changes to ensure that each party’s needs and passions are served. The Devil reversed in a love tarot reading can suggest that your feelings are a little confused and you may not be sure whether things are as they seem. It may also mean that you have an unhealthy obsession with a particular individual. You may be overly dependent on this person to be your whole life. You may be playing them like a fiddle, and as a result, the relationship is coming to a grinding halt.
With the Devil reversed the card may suggest that you are in a partnership but that your relationship is no longer one of partnership and cooperation. There can be some disagreements, irritations, and some difficulties that you and your partner are going to face. This can happen on a bigger scale or on a smaller one, but the one thing that can be taken away from this card is that if you’re in a partnership, you should always be aware of your and your partner’s needs. You can be too focused on your own desire to make a family or not pay attention to your partner’s personal needs.
It can imply that you are not in the right state of mind when it comes to your relationship and therefore, you should stop pushing it and find a time when both of you are ready to give your partnership your all and make it work. With this reversed card, it can be interpreted that you and your partner have had enough of the problems that your relationship is facing and you should seriously reconsider the status of the relationship that you and your partner want to achieve.
The reversed Devil tarot card in a love tarot reading indicates a person or a relationship that has issues with excess. They allow themselves to get trapped in one situation or another while working against the course of nature. This is someone who believes that they can never break free, and that they need to stay in a specific situation regardless. However, the card’s appearance once more is a warning to let go of any attachments and embrace a more natural love.
This card advises you to proceed slowly as it may lead to problems such as infidelity or a lack of harmony in your relationship. You could become trapped in an unfulfilling, mundane partnership as a result of the fear of commitment. Despite the possibility of this, you can decide to move forth with your lover despite your feelings.
This card could allude to a sense of independence, liberation, or freedom in your relationship. The card might also serve as a warning to be aware that you can be giving in to a life you don’t want in order to be with your ex. You can become drawn in by the allure of a conventional but stifling lifestyle simply to be together. Alternately, you could have a desire for freedom and independence without fearing that you will be abandoned.