The Chariot. Of every Tarot deck I have ever used, the Chariot is always one of the most beautiful
of the cards. I’m not about to get into the nitty gritty of the Major vs. Minor Arcana, nor am I going to discuss the numerical placement of the Chariot in the “order” of the deck. For my purposes here, I am going to focus only on a select few of the general meaning of this card to me, personally, as a stand-alone message. This interpretation can change from spread to spread, with regards to its placement, its relation to other cards, the energy of the reading itself, and many, many other factors.
Here are some of the meanings that this card holds for me, sorted into two categories; Shadow Work and Light Work.
Shadow work *can* refer to a card that is reversed (upside down) in a spread, but this isn't always the case. Consider its influence upon the other cards surrounding it, as well as the situation for which (or person for whom) the cards are being read.
Alternatively, Light Work, doesn't necessarily refer only to "right side up" card ~ it could be a hidden blessing, an unknown helpful force, or even the 'light at the end of the tunnel'. Above all, trust your intuition.