The Chariot represents the body and the conscious mind. The
Charioteer is one who has mastered his base nature and moves
in the world guided by his spiritual nature. He is no longer
controlled by his impulses but has learned to overcome obstacles
within himself. The Chariot represents Dharma in the eastern
tradition. Achieving a particular goal or arriving at a particular
destination is not as important as remaining true to one's highest
self. "I have chosen my path and I move forward with confidence."
This is the Charioteer's motto.
The questioner is on the right path. Victory is possible especially
if the questioner concentrates on the process and not on the
outcome. In order to control ones' destiny one must have control
May indicate feelings of being overwhelmed and out of control.
The questioner may feel as if they are being pulled in two different
directions at the same time. Defeat and indecisiveness are possible
if the questioner does not regain control. This card reversed
may also indicate problems with a vehicle.