Wings: The Roadrunner can represent wanting to spread your wings, feelings of boredom or being held back, often relating to work/career. Stay-at-home parents may relate. It can suggest wanting out from a relationship.
Journey: The Roadrunner can represent literal travel but more often a life path journey. This can be any major life change for the better – better career prospects, a relationship commitment, buying a house, finding your spiritual path, improving your diet.
Confusion: The Roadrunner can represent confusion or hiding from the truth, a situation where we can’t decide what to do or feel we are banging ours heads on a brick wall. The sooner it’s dealt with the better.
The Roadrunner can indicate a person that is that is being pulled in so many direction they don’t know which way to turn. It can also be a situation where a decision need to be made
Upright Meanings: boredom, feeling trapped, rebirth, confined, uncertainty, lack of direction, self-limiting, reversal, change, needing release, improvement, suspension
The Roadrunner card indicates that you are in a situation that you are not happy with. You may be feeling like you are stuck in a rut or trapped in a situation or frame of mind that is not making you happy but you have the power to release yourself. This may involve walking away from the situation or simply changing your perspective on it. The Roadrunner may also signify that you may be facing a dilemma and are unsure of what path to take. You may feel that things are not turning out the way you planned with this major card appearing in your spread. You need to step outside yourself and look at your situation from a different angle. Give yourself time to just relax, stop trying to control things and just let them be, the correct course of action will become clear to you in time.
Reversed Meanings: discontentment, useless sacrifice, false prophecy, unwillingness, impulsiveness, apathy, disinterest, stagnation, negative patterns
The Roadrunner reversed can indicate that you are being impulsive and making rash decisions as a way to distract yourself from some sort of inner discontentment. This major card generally shows that you may be jumping from one bad situation to the next without considering where this behavior is taking you. Ask yourself if there are feelings you trying to avoid confronting or changes that you know need to be made but are reluctant to tackle. If there are, consider what you fear will happen if you do? If you genuinely don’t know what to do in terms of your direction in life, just stop, breathe and wait for things to become clearer. However, if you know your behavior patterns are not working for you, change them. Your attitude towards your life will determine life’s attitude towards you!