Aries Love Tarot – Someone Knows Their Worth

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Aries Love Tarot

Your free Aries love tarot reading for February 2024 summary:

Oracle: Weaving Flowers | Your energies: focused and determined

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Weaving Flowers | Aries Love Tarot Feb 2024

It appears that there may be a lack of willingness to compromise and make sacrifices between you and your partner, dear Aries. While you may be primarily focused on your personal goals and career aspirations, it is possible that your partner feels unheard and overwhelmed.

You may be in a phase of your life where you’re passionate about your personal aspirations and goals. Remember, though, your partner’s voice and emotions deserve your attention too. It’s not merely about finding balance; it’s about creating a harmonious symphony where both your voices complement and support each other.

Rather than dismissing or invalidating your partner’s emotions, make an effort to meet them halfway and collaborate towards finding mutually beneficial solutions.

Isolation or withdrawal is not the answer, but loving and open communication can make a world of difference. Certainly, a dash of resilience, a pinch of compromise, and a generous sprinkle of love is the recipe for a harmonious relationship. It can be quite simple, yet it is profoundly impactful. By achieving this delicate equilibrium, you can establish a solid foundation for success, both personally and professionally.

When it comes to decisions that don’t align with your vision, remember, it’s okay to say no. Waiting periods are not idle, but rather a time of regeneration and contemplation. Use this time wisely, and when the right opportunity knocks, you’ll be ready to seize it with a confident, unwavering yes.

And so your other oracle card bears another significant symbol: flowers! Flowers may signify vitality and growth, if not beauty and passion. That could mean that the universe is directing your heart to spend more of your time towards these values.

On the other hand, it could be a reminder to stop and smell the roses. That means prioritizing moments when you find peace and serenity, appreciating the beauty around you, and just being present.

Overall, Spirit invites you to take a balanced approach to life—give equal attention between work and home life.

Weaving Flowers affirms you being the creator. That means being able to bring a greater whole into being. Channel your uncanny ability to create beauty, or to make sense of an otherwise chaotic situation.

Trust the process dear Aries, and know that you are fully equipped to create that balance!


Shuffle the deck and click on the card from left to right to get your past-present-future quick reading. If you need instructions especially about setting an intention, you can shuffle the deck here.

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5 of Cups

Five of Cups

You have gone to great lengths to pursue that which you love, and too many things have gone wrong. Your passions have yielded sharp disappointment and regret. A once beloved thing has turned sour.

Everyone has disappointments in love and friendship, but you find yourself at a breaking point. You are emotionally drained and unable to reconcile your present weariness with the pursuit of those bonds you treasure.

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6 - The Lovers

The Lovers

This card heralds healthy partnerships, unions born of consent and enthusiasm.

A cycle of mutual desire and beneficence is broken, leaving one or all involved parties feeling incomplete and bereft. 

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8 - Strength

Fortitude/Strength (Major Arcana)

You have found a healthy measure of patience for yourself. This is a reminder to acknowledge your shortcomings and all the anxieties that accompany them.

Do not allow your past mistakes to hinder your growth.


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