The High Priestess: Yes Or No? (Upright, Reversed & Love Meaning)

The High Priestess has got to be one of the most mysterious tarot cards to encounter during a tarot reading.

When it comes to a ‘yes or no’ tarot reading in specific, uncovering the exact meaning of the High Priestess can be quite a challenge at times.

That’s why I’ve decided to create this article for you to help you receive a clear ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer when the High Priestess presents itself in either the upright or reversed position during your reading. 

On top of that, we’ll also take a closer look at the ‘yes or no’ meaning of the High Priestess when it comes to love!

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The High Priestess: Yes Or No?

The High Priestess means ‘yes’. As this tarot card mainly represents a strong sense of intuition, spiritual knowledge and mystery, it can be taken as a sign that you’ve got what it takes to be successful. As long as you stay true to who you are, what’s meant for you will cross your path. 

If you’re performing a ‘yes or no’ tarot reading and the High Priestess comes up, it can be taken as a positive form of encouragement to follow your intuition.

Whatever it is you are planning to do, as long as your intentions are good and your intuitively feel it’s the right path for you, then the High Priestess pops up as a sign to go for it.

The High Priestess is all about daring to step into the unknown as long as you’re feeling called to do so by your inner voice. 

High Priestess Yes Or No?
The High Priestess tarot card from the beautifully designed Light Seer’s Tarot Deck

It encourages self exploration and standing out from the crowd. The High Priestess wants you to stop focusing on what society expects from you for a moment and truly listen to what your gut is telling you.

What makes you feel truly blissful and alive? What thing makes you beam with inspiration and creativity?

Be totally honest with yourself and work on incorporating small steps to move closer towards that direction. 

Meditational practice can be a great way to deeply connect with your higher self and often leads to meaningful insights. 

One important thing to remember, when asking your tarot cards ‘yes or no’ type of questions, is to keep a few key aspects in mind when it comes to formulating the question you want to ask. Besides always making sure your questions are phrased from a place of positive energy, there are some other aspects you really want to master before asking a question. Keeping these specific aspects in mind will surely help you to get the most accurate answers from your cards! You can check out this article on how to ask your tarot cards ‘yes or no’ questions for more information.

The High Priestess Reversed: Yes Or No?

When pulled in reversed position, the High Priestess means ‘no’. As the High Priestess in reverse indicates there’s a blockage between you and your intuition, it’s important to first repair your inner guidance before moving ahead. The High Priestess in reverse can also represent confusion.

The High Priestess in reversed position can be taken as a sign that it’s time to focus solely on yourself for now.

You may be experiencing a lot of outer influences and opinions which is causing you to feel confused about your own inner voice.

Spending more time in nature can be a great way to reconnect to your higher self and generate new ideas and inspiration.

Don’t follow the crowd but instead dare to ask yourself what truly makes you happy and decide to take the first step in that direction. 

The High Priestess And Love: Yes Or No?

When it comes to love, the High Priestess means ‘yes’. When the High Priestess presents itself during a love themed tarot reading, it can be taken as a positive sign to let things run its natural course. By staying true to yourself and following your passions, the right person will come along.

The High Priestess often comes up during a tarot love reading as a form of encouragement to stay patient.

Even though you may be feeling as if you have been waiting for new love for what seems like forever, don’t be tempted to lower your standards. 

The High Priestess can be taken as a sign that as long as you stay close to yourself and your passions, your perfect match will eventually appear when you’re least expecting it. 

When you’re already in a relationship, the High Priestess encourages to listen to your inner voice and to communicate with your partner clearly and openly. 

If you’re interested in finding out what type of love & relationship questions are most effective to ask your tarot cards, I’ve created this other article with 61 example questions that will definitely provide you with some inspiration!

In Conclusion

The High Priestess in upright position means ‘yes’ as an answer to your question

As the High Priestess mainly represents a sense of mystery, intuition and spiritual knowledge, it can be taken as a sign that you have the ability to achieve anything you set your mind to. 

When the High Priestess is pulled in reversed position, this tarot card means ‘no’

The High Priestess in reverse often comes up during a reading when there’s a disconnection to your intuition that needs to be restored first. 

In love and relationships, the High Priestess means ‘yes’. When it comes to love, the High Priestess represents a sense of flow. 

It encourages to let things come as they are and focus on your own goals and dreams in the meantime. 

If you liked this article and would like to browse some awesome tarot decks that have helpful keywords and meanings featured on them to make your tarot readings flow with much more ease, I’ve written this other article that may give you some inspiration! Happy reading! 

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