When reversed, the Two of Swords implies that you are caught between a rock and a hard place in terms of making a decision. You may be thinking it doesn’t matter what you do, that both options will lead to negative consequences, and that it’s impossible to pick the right choice. Perhaps you don’t know everything you need to in order to make an informed choice, or there may even be too much information overloading you from every angle. Stop, take a breath, and close your eyes. Look inwards for clarity. Lean on your intuition to guide you. When dealing with other people, this position may also indicate that you are reaching an impasse with a friend, loved one, or coworker, or have begun mediating between two conflicting sides in hopes of ending a growing feud. Remove the blindfold you’ve put on yourself and see things from a fair but objective angle. Compromise if possible, but if the situation is untenable, remove yourself from it for your own good.