The Seven of Wands
Being on the top rung of the ladder can be both exhilarating and totally unbalancing at the same time. When you are at the top of your field of experience the only way you can go is down.. or so it would seem. Competition is healthy.. when the outcome is not as important as the experience gained.
The Six of Wands
Achieving recognition for your accomplishments takes a lot of time, effort, and patience. It also requires humility and a large amount of gratitude to those who support and encourage your achievements. This is the message inherent in the Six of Wands.
The Five of Wands
The world would be a really uninteresting place without diversity. What we believe and how we act on our beliefs is a reflection of who we are both individually and collectively. However, different belief systems can incite conflict on many different levels. Thus speaks the Five of Wands.
The Four of Wands
Leaving everyone and everything you have come to love behind you isn't an easy task. However, there are times in our lives when we have to make this kind of change to allow our spirit the freedom to grow. The celebration concerning this type of change is the message inherent in the Four of Wands.
The Three of Wands
The Two of Wands is about making spiritually based decisions. The Three of Wands takes these decisions one step further. In essence this card represents bringing the thought process into physically based reality.
The Two of Wands
The Two of Wands speaks of choices. There are crossroads in all of our lives which offer two or more suitable outcomes. But, should we follow our head or our heart? Or, should we listen to that small voice that is our spiritual intuition?
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