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  • Writer's pictureRachel Carro

Soulful Gaze: Decoding Your Twin Flame's True Feelings through Their Eyes

The Chariot is a card of movement, direction, and determination. In the context of their eyes revealing the truth even though they may be acting the opposite, this card suggests that your Twin Flame might be trying to hide their true feelings and emotions behind a façade of confidence and control.

The image of the kelpie in a green kelp forest sea with two merpeople bridling it represents a sense of being in control and moving forward. However, beneath the surface, their eyes may reveal a different story - one of internal conflict and uncertainty.

Despite their outward appearance, their eyes may reveal the truth of their inner struggles and feelings. They may be grappling with conflicting emotions and trying to maintain a strong and composed exterior.

The Chariot often represents a journey towards self-mastery and aligning with one's true path. Your Twin Flame might be on a quest to assert control and take charge of their life. However, it's possible that they are also facing emotional challenges that they may not be fully expressing.

As their partner, it's essential to be attentive to their nonverbal cues and pay attention to their eyes, as they may reveal more about their true feelings than their words or actions. They may be trying to keep their emotions hidden, but their eyes might provide a glimpse into their emotional state.

It's important to create a safe and supportive space for your Twin Flame to open up and express their feelings honestly. Encourage open communication and let them know that you are there for them, no matter what they may be going through.

The Chariot also symbolizes determination and overcoming obstacles. Remind your Twin Flame that they have the strength and resilience to navigate through challenges and find their way forward. Encourage them to embrace their emotions and face any internal conflicts or struggles with courage and self-compassion.

Remember that sometimes, people put up a front to protect themselves or cope with difficult emotions. As they feel more secure and supported, they may find it easier to share their true feelings and be more vulnerable with you.

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