Feline: The cat family can represent a female, you or a person close, or a situation that might traditionally be thought of as a female responsibility. It can sometimes suggest chasing a love that is not returned.
Protection: The Tiger may come at a time when we need strength of some sort. Are you feeling under pressure with something? Are you eating healthy and exercising? Do you feel under attack?
Clarity: A time when things begin to come clear. Can also mean clairvoyance or spiritual enlightenment. Sometimes it warns to look clearly at a person or situation before making any decisions.
Psychic: When you are looking for encouragement or guideance on development of psychic abilities, clairvoyance etc, The Tiger can guide you on your spiritual jouney. It can also warn if you are about to take the wrong path or go to quickly.
The Tiger can indicate a time of decision and moving on. In a relationship be true to your inner feelings and let go of the past for new beginnings.
Upright Meanings: snap judgements, rejuvenation, awakening, self-evaluation, decisiveness, composure, apportioning blame, rebirth, homesickness, judgment, atonement, judgement, improvement, promotion, renewal
The Tiger can indicate that you and/or someone you care about are being judged too harshly by others. It can also indicate that you are judging people harshly or making snap judgments yourself. Alternatively, The Tiger can also be an indication that you have achieved a level of clarity and composure that allows you to calmly evaluate yourself and your choices in order to make positive decisions. You have come through your past karmic lessons with increased self-awareness and you are allowing healing to take place so you can move forward in a positive direction. If you have a big decision to make when this major card appears, use the karmic lessons you have learnt from the past to help you make the right choice. The Tiger upright can represent a legal matter or court case being resolved. If you have acted honorably and told the truth, this matter should be resolved in your favor. If you have been dishonest, don’t expect things to go your way. You need to clear your conscience and try to make amends for your misdeeds. This major card can also signify being separated from someone you love by an ocean or sea. You can expect to be reunited with them soon when it appears. It can also indicate homesickness.
Reversed Meanings: indecisiveness, unfair blame, indecision, malicious gossip, lack of self-awareness, failure, death, worry, theft, ill-health, unwillingness to learn karmic lessons, self-doubt, disappointment
The Tiger reversed can signify that you are allowing fear and self-doubt to hold you back from making the decisions necessary to move forward in a positive direction. Now is the time to take action. If you delay you may lose the opportunities available to you. Alternately, this major card in a reversed position can be a sign that you may be refusing to learn the karmic lessons of the past. Or you may be reproaching yourself for past mistakes so much that you are unable to see the lessons to be learned from those mistakes. The Tiger reversed can also be a sign that you are taking your focus off your own shortcomings by being overly critical of others or engaging in malicious gossip. This will only lead you to trouble, try to put the focus back on fixing the issues in your own life rather than judging other people for their mistakes. It can also indicate that others are being overly judgmental or critical of you or blaming you for something that wasn’t your fault. Don’t let those people influence your decisions, rise above the drama and focus on doing what you want to do. The Tiger reversed can also indicate that a legal matter or court case will be resolved but in an unjust or unfair manner.