The Ace of Wands card pictures a hand holding a wand, emerging from a cloud, like its offering you a fresh chance and handing you the potential to achieve your goals. The lush scenery in the background seems to provide you with the capability to rise. A castle at the far end of the card represents the opportunities waiting for you as you move further, and the hills and mountains over the horizon is a reminder that you will struggle and face challenges and problems as you move towards your goals but every mountain or challenge can be conquered with ample efforts and hard work.
Getting Ace of Wands in your reading represents your chances of pulling yourself together and creatively working towards your chances of finding solutions to your problems or current situations and moving on to the next level. The Ace of wands tell you that now it’s your chance to create something special for yourself.
When you draw Ace of Wands in an upright position, it points towards your need to be courageous and it tells you to be ready to take risks to achieve your goals. The card of creativity inspires you towards inventing new ideas while keeping your authenticity. The card tells you that now you should push even harder to achieve what you desire. You may be able to answer if your life is going as you expected or are you letting your desires control you.
When you draw Ace of Wands in reversed position, it means that the cards are urging to tell you that while you have a lot of potential, you are not manifesting your creativity to the fullest. It reflects that inside you are facing many conflicts related to your decisions for future. You need to refocus your energy and try to push yourself beyond your limits to achieve your desired goals. The card guides you not to give up on your goals.
The Ace of Wands in Tarot love reading indicates that a brief period of romance is knocking on the door, so you need to let go for a while and have some fun. Passion may be rekindled for people who are already in a relationship and collaboration on exciting new ventures is on the cards.