Finding the positive aspects to a particular situation may prove to be difficult. The clouds may be blocking out the warmth and preventing you from feeling as though everything is on track.
You may not have a good sense of yourself and what you are. You may have become egotistical and out of touch.
You may not be being truthful to yourself and to others, instead of trying to talk yourself up when you know you cannot deliver. Are you really as good as you think you are? You need a reality check form a friend.
Sun reversed symbolizes difficulties in dealing with people, problems in partnership, misunderstandings, false ideas about success, excessive anxiety, or activity that does not give results.
Sometimes Sun in a reversed position portends to health problems, family troubles, and the feel of loneliness. Not being a bad, Reversed Nineteenth Arkana means that all positive influences of the Sun in this position are weakened: success comes only after considerable efforts, deferred triumph, love affairs partially come true, but not completely. Dreams are to be postponed for some time (but this does not mean that everything is lost), the ends are going to be met.
It also puts emphasis on emptiness, loneliness, loss of life meaning and temporary negative state of mind, — but the Sun (even reversed) remains the Sun. There is a cloud that has run into the Sun, but a cloud will dissipate and a light comes back. Obstacles will be very easy to remove.
In combination with Tower, we can assume that literally such thing as burning, fire, an explosion will happen.
The interpretation of Mary Greer emphasizes that a person has a “fear of happiness>” Same goes to Hellinger who says that a man is afraid of making himself happy and accepting the good because he lacks the belief that he is worthy of all this: “too good to be true.”