DanielH And who says we can't embrace our own sense of darkness and mystery? Occasionally, we do. There's a peculiar satisfaction in being in the loop, in possessing and safeguarding secrets. The High Priestess brings forth a feeling of empowerment because you hold insider knowledge. While others may stumble in the dark, you navigate with ease. You're acquainted with all the traps, dead ends, secret passages, forbidden texts, genuine histories, and concealed diaries.
You might sense a desire for silence, yearning to be alone without company. Other people could feel like intrusions, disrupting your profound thoughts and significant ideas. You may experience a sense of detachment, observing rather than participating. Nonetheless, there's likely a subtle sense of satisfaction—a cool smugness—because you possess this secret power, choosing not to wield it.
Concerning someone's feelings with the High Priestess involved (or vice versa), it's probable that they sense or you feel that smugness. They may believe they understand you better than you understand yourself, or you may feel the same about them—tapping into the intuitive, psychic knowledge as mentioned by Starry. Most importantly, there's a feeling of being at the fulcrum, a sense of equilibrium, coupled with a cool, unique power. It's a sentiment, as Starry highlighted, of intuitive, psychic "rightness."