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Category: Wands

4 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card pt 5: Defining the 4 of Wands

This is the fifth and last installment in this Weekly Tarot Card series: 4 of Wands defintion. The next series will begin on Monday. However, if you’d like to get caught up on the rest of the week, you can use the following links:…

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4 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the Weekly Tarot Card: 4 of Wands symbolism. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number Now we’re delving deeper into the components that make…

4 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element & Number

This is the third installment of the 4 of Wands Weekly Tarot Card. Today we will look at the 4 of Wands suit and number. You can read the first two installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Yesterday we…

4 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation

Last week we worked with the Empress, which capped the 3’s in the Tarot. This week we move on to the 4’s with the 4 of Wands. Our first exercise of the week is one of simply observing. In spending time observing the 4…

7 of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 43

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown 7 of Wands ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 7 of Wands. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However,…

Daughter of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 41

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: Daughter of Wands ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the Daughter of Wands. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However,…

6 of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 39

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown 6 of Wands ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 6 of Wands. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However,…

3 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Defining the 3 of Wands

The 3 of Wands is a good omen, a good card to get if you’re deep into a project. It means that you’ve succeeded in creating your idea, and you’re looking to give it some depth, a life of its own. What this means is that your idea is ready to be expanded.

3 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

~ 3 of Wands Symbolism ~ This is the fourth installment of the 3 of Wands: Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number 3 of Wands Symbolism…

3 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element and Number

Today we’re going to look at the element and number of the card, the two components that give a broader understanding of the 3 of Wands, before we get into the specific imagery tomorrow.

3 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation and Description

This is a time to journal about what stands out to you in the card, or in any of the cards presented here. Don’t put meaning onto them just yet, but just spend time thinking about what you see and what stands out to you.

5 of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 11

This shows that these sticks are not a clash in the wild, but a contained, possibly controlled clash in the 5 of Wands.

Mother of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 9

When water meets fire, there is steam, and steam burns in a deeper way.

2 of Wands | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 6

Unlike the other wands, which have twigs coming off the branches, these do not. They are direct, pointed, with a focus.

2 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Putting It All Together

The 2 of Wands is not just a single Wand, but two of them, and one might even think of them as two Aces teaming up to create another. In this regard, we have the initial idea of the Ace of Wands, paring with the action element of the Wands, and thus, we have creation, duality, balance and harmony.

2 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number Introduction After spending some time observing the 2 of Wands on Monday, and…

2 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element and Number

We look at these two aspects so that when we are in the moment of reading the card, we can remember the foundation upon which it is built, and use that to guide us in our interpretation.

2 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card: Meditation

The focus of the 2’s is about union, harmony and balance. The element of the Wands is Fire, and for this meditation, we’re going to be focussing on how Fire nourishes us, and what it does to build union and balance. You can read more about the actual element itself in tomorrow’s post on Fire, the Wands, and the Number 2.

2 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card: Observation and Description

Spend time considering your own tarot decks, and do your own comparison. Don’t look up any definitions, meaning of symbolism, or pull any prior knowledge of the card, suite or element. Simply look at the depictions, and note what you think and feel about them.

Ace of Wands: Weekly Tarot Card

In numerology, 10 would always reduce to 1, but in the Tarot, 10 has it’s own meaning and correlation, and thus while it can be reduced, it isn’t. Thus, there is a special link between the two numbers, in that both resent and end and a beginning.

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