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If you pull the Ace of Wands, the card is all about motivation, enthusiasm, and power. It’s a powerful card, representing the birth of a new idea, project or venture. Although this card is all about potential, there is a sense of caution. There are no guarantees with this card. It advises you to channel all of this positive energy into your goals and work towards manifesting them. By thinking positive and acting positively, you will be much closer than ever to your dreams. Take inspiration from the Ace of Wands. It is the source of your greatest power.

The Ace of Wands card represents the awakening of new ideas and visions. You have the initial spark that leads to the creation of something – an idea, a project, a business, a personal project or a new relationship. This is a time of new beginnings. You are motivated, charged up and ready to take action on whatever it is you create. You are excited.

When you draw The World, the card signals the achievement of a goal after a significant push and effort. At times, this card indicates that you have completed a project that brought you personal recognition, success, and achievement. This doesn’t only apply to the traditional sense of the word “world”, such as the whole earth or the universe. The World represents the sense of completion and satisfaction that comes from finally finishing a long-term project or goal. Your efforts have been recognized and rewarded with this achievement. If The World appeared in your life, you can be confident that you have gone a long way to achieving something significant.

In a more broad sense, The World is associated with a new cycle that you’re beginning, whether it be a new job, a new relationship, a new way of living or expanding your circle of friends or family. Like the maiden in the card, you are embarking on a new cycle, one of exploration, discovery, and expansion, which you hope to continue on and grow from.

The Judgement appears in an upright position, the card is all about redemption. It is a chance for you to get back everything you have lost, whether it’s a relationship, job, money, or anything else in your life. The Judgement card appears when you are ready to take responsibility for your actions and change your course before it’s too late. You might face some guilt and regret for your actions, but you are ready to take everything into consideration and move on for the better. You know that the universe already has your back; all you have to do is give your full attention to the path that lies ahead of you. Take this opportunity to make amends to those around you that you may have hurt in the past with your actions. It will be necessary for you to change a few things in your life if you have done something wrong previously. This card suggests that you are ready to make the necessary changes to rediscover yourself again.

If you pull the Sun, the card is all about joy, peace, and happiness. This joy is so great that sometimes it is easy for us to lose focus on taking care of ourselves and neglect personal development. The Sun wants you to know that you must take care of yourself first; your joy and peace depend on it.

Your personal goal with pulling the Sun card is to have the energy that you draw throughout the rest of the game. This will provide you with the strength and power to accomplish all of the things you need to do. As well, it will help you to have a lot of enthusiasm and determination, and you’ll be full of life.

You may need to pay special attention to personal relationships right now. The Sun is a wonderful card, but it isn’t without its complications, as it is related to feelings. If you pull the Sun upright, there will likely be a time when you are experiencing a sense of happiness, love, and joy. It’s natural for us to run ahead and embrace this feeling, which was meant to last a brief moment.

The Moon as feelings is a card of fantasy and illusion. When this card appears in a tarot reading, you may be daydreaming a lot and you are allowing your imagination to go off the deep end. As a result, your conscious mind is trying to wrap itself around what you’re seeing. You’re having trouble making this stuff real, and it’s making you dizzy or anxious. Tune your inner monologue to calm and quiet, and look at the situation with a critical eye to see what’s truly taking place. Are you getting your information from a place of fear and deception? Look closely at your thoughts and beliefs about the situation to see what is truth and what is fiction.

In tarot, The Moon often shows up when you are not being honest with yourself, your intuition, and your emotions. You may be feeling stuck, unable to express yourself authentically. When you are not clear about your feelings or emotions, your motivation for a situation, or how you truly feel, you are unable to communicate effectively. Your messages are not getting through, and you are unclear about what you want or need.

If you are wanting to change your life and you draw The Star, the card signals that it’s time to go out and start anew. You are about to enter a new phase of your life, one that is full of hope, faith, and belief. You are sure to reach a deeper understanding and maturity as you dive into the new realms awaiting you.

If you are wanting to change your life, The Star encourages you to be bold and take risks based on faith in your abilities. The Star is often seen as a healing card and is also about forgiveness, redemption, and wholeness. With the right frame of mind, you can accomplish anything.

The Star often shows up when you are embarking on a new adventure. You are looking to create space in your life for a new and exciting endeavor such as travel, romantic escapism, or a business investment. You are ready to jump in with both feet and have a whole new perspective on life. You don’t care where you go or what you do so long as it is an adventurous journey.

The Star often appears when a connection with the Divine is being highlighted.

The Tower is a card of sudden and rapid changes that will leave you feeling abandoned, alone, and terrified. Although change is often a good thing, The Tower suggests that the change is not for the best. You may feel that you have little to no choice and that there is simply no escape from the destruction that is about to overtake you.

Like any major change, you will likely experience confusion, sadness, and a sense of loss. The Tower usually speaks of an unexpected and disruptive change in your life and indicates that you may not have much control over the course of the change and you must adapt accordingly. This is no cause for despair, merely a recognition that you have less control than you think you do. The changes happening to you must be taken as they come and most of all with grace because you must accept that you are powerless to change or avoid what is happening.

Often, it is not how you handle the situation, but how the situation affects you that counts. This card reminds us that when we feel powerless, what we really suffer worst is our sense and mindset of not being able to do anything.

When you draw the Temperance, the card signals that you have reached a place of peace and harmony where the forces of both good and evil have learned to coexist. One meaning of the Temperance card is that things are finally coming into balance. While there has been a battle, a conflict, or more, a period of harmony and understanding is now starting to be established. You have a way to look at the world in a different way and see it in a new light. For example, you could see how the balance between your mind and body is causing you to lose weight – a new awareness has allowed you to see that you are feeling better about yourself and that this is the right thing to do.

The other meaning of the Temperance is that the card is showing the positive and negative aspects of addictions. Temperance shows how moderation can save lives.

Many people think that Death, the card signals not only the final chapter of your life but also the end of what you believed was possible for yourself and how you perceived your world. You must decide to let go of limiting beliefs, and now is when you are ready for a change. Many people think that death is a defeat, but it is not. Death is a chance, an ending, the release of all the things that no longer serve you. Like the Chariot, Death signifies you must shift your perspective and leave the past in the dust so that you can travel to new horizons. This card asks you to embrace what is next and release any remaining resistance.

If you pull The Hanged Man in your reading, the card illustrates that you have put your plans on hold or suspended them. You are ready for a break and the opportunity to reevaluate everything in your life. In the tarot, the Hanged Man symbolizes the power of patience and the value of timing and serendipity. It can also signify that you could have avoided a significant event that has been hanging over you, but you wanted to change your perspective and enjoy the moment. The Hanged Man is non-aggressive, and he is not concerned with what is happening around him.

When the Justice appears in an upright position, the card is all about the law and rules. The card depicts that you shall be consistent with the laws and rules that are laid in your path. The Justice tarot card tells you to be fair and just to every situation. You shall make decisions and stick to them without any remorse. You shall not deviate yourself from the path you have chosen. The Justice card indicates decisions based on rules and logic, not emotions or feelings. Even if you have to compromise with someone, you shall make them feel that you have made the decision for the betterment of all. Decisions depend on facts and evidence only.

The Justice tarot card represents truthfulness and the search for truth. You have clarity about a situation that you want to make your decisions in a manner that is fair and just. You shall search for the facts and shall not deviate from the right path just to make them feel better. You shall treat them fairly and equally. The Justice card signifies the importance of the law in your life.

If you pull the Wheel of Fortune, the card is all about fate and change. Whether you want to think of it this way or not, you cannot change the things that will happen to you, whether you like it or not. The Wheel of Fortune tarot card is all about destiny. The Wheel of Fortune represents what the world has in store, and the future is nothing that you have planned for. As we move through our lives, we are on a journey, and our path is not always controlled by our will.

The Wheel of Fortune tarot card might show up when you have to face change and upheaval in your life, and the best thing that you can do right now is adapt. In the midst of this change, you will not be able to control everything. And even if you try to control and plan life to the best that you can, you are bound to have something unexpected enter your life, which disrupts your plans. In fact, change is the one constant thing in our lives.

The Hermit as feelings is a card of personal and spiritual development. A world of knowledge that you are not ready to share in your current state of consciousness is also available. The hermit’s search for wisdom in the face of uncertainty is mirrored in your own quest for knowledge. Be open to what your intuition is telling you now while your mind allows it.

The Hermit card is about searching for spiritual enlightenment. You are seeking the answers that you have been looking for, but in your journey, you are also finding personal lessons for your own quest. You are searching deep within yourself with the use of your inner senses and spiritual tools. You are learning more about yourself and your true identity.

This process will not be rushed, and you will need to be well alone. You recognize how important it is to maintain your personal space and time to be alone and retreat to the wilderness. You are seeking solitude and finding a deep sense of peace. You want to retreat and become your authentic self, and you also need to be in solitude to be able to understand yourself.

In most cases, drawing the Strength as feelings, the card signals you have overcome a huge struggle or a trauma. You can rest easy knowing you will make it through the ordeal. Even if the struggle or trauma isn’t over, you are prepared to weather the storm. In most cases, drawing the Strength card represents the maturity and strength to face life’s challenges with courage and compassion.

Most times, the Strength tarot card in the upright position represents strength. Like the Ace, Strength can also represent a new beginning. Like the Ace, Strength may be an indication that something new is about to be born in your life. Through trial and tribulation, you will learn to master your own inner power and strength.

Strength is linked to the zodiac’s water signs: Pisces, Scorpio and Aquarius.

At times, the Strength card speaks of the fear that keeps us safe – the fear of the unknown.

If you pull The Chariot in your reading, the card illustrates your triumph, ambition, tenacity, and drive. You have a strong sense of direction, so you are following your path and are not getting distracted by the temptations of the environment and its distractions.

The Chariot is known as the “will to power” or “will to victory” in many other languages and is connected to how well you have harnessed your willpower and energy. The Chariot upright card is known as a very aggressive and powerful Major Arcana card. The tenacity and power of the Chariot are a metaphor for your ability to achieve the goals you aim at despite all obstacles.

If you pull The Lovers, the card is all about love, choice, relationships, and the power of the will to unite. The Lovers tarot card embodies the union of two elements – fire and water, the masculine and feminine, positive and negative, yin and yang. In our own lives, there are lessons to be learned and choices that can lead us deeper into our own soul, or bring us closer to our highest self. What is something that you have been struggling with, and what would you do to resolve the situation, if you had a direct line to the source of that issue?

The Lovers tarot card speaks of the importance of making choices and taking control of your life. Although love is a powerful choice, the Lovers tarot card reminds you that you also need to make decisions as an individual. In essence, we need to make choices about our love lives, and also our daily lives, to be happy. When you think about love, make sure it is the right decision for you, and that you are making the right decision for you.

If you pull the The Hierophant, the card is all about religious ritual and structure. When it comes to spirituality, this Major Arcana card suggests that you could be a part of a tradition that is important to your community. On the other hand, the card may be a sign of a personal quest to connect with your higher self.

The Hierophant tarot card indicates that there are certain spiritual traditions and knowledge to be found in the group you are a part of. Even though the group is about to start, it gives you some time to prepare for it and find out what you are supposed to do there. If you are not a part of a particular group or organization, you may find that participating in an additional religious activity will connect you with your spiritual self. For example, you could go to church or start meditation sessions. The Hierophant upright card in a reading may also serve as a sign of approval as you venture into a new or unfamiliar spiritual endeavor.

If you pull The Emperor in your reading, the card illustrates that you are the master of your own kingdom and that you are responsible for establishing your position. You are the one to take all the risks, so you must be prepared to pay the price of your success. You have built up a great empire, but now you must grow the kingdom further. It must be noted that you should not neglect your subordinates to make a better empire. You cannot control everything and if you try to do so, you will have more work than you can handle.

If you pull the High Priestess, the card is all about intuition, women empowerment and sacred secrets. The High Priestess is ruled by Venus, the planet of attraction and beauty. This card denotes feminine, sensual, intuitive, and loyal energy. It is also a sign of duality and balance. On the other hand, the card is known as the Magician’s assistant.