Tarot Card Meanings

Suit of Wands

Meaning of Suit of Wands

Meaning of Suit of Wands Tarot cards are associated with spirituality, determination, central energy, inner strength, instincts, self-thoughts, innovation, goals, ambitions and ideas that help you move forward in life.

The Suit of Wands aligns with the Fire element. Fire, which can be wild, hot, erratic, supremely destructive, yet it can help you create by assisting in cooking food, building tools and providing comfort and heat in cold winters.

Symbolizing passion, desire, ardor, vigor and strength; fire is a masculine element that mirrors your inner drive. In a deck of playing cards, Wands corresponds to the Clubs.

Meaning of Wands Cards In A Tarot Reading

Meaning of Wands Tarot cards in your reading corresponds to your spiritual awareness and reflects what is the most important aspect of your being that affects you to the core. These cards discuss what holds the highest value in your life- ego, inner-energy, personal-thoughts, vigor and personality, inner and outer.

The Suit of Wands in a negative aspect speaks of lack of direction, inability to find meaning in life, pompous behavior, self-centeredness, impulse reactions and living in a world of illusion.

Wands cards correspond with the astrological signs of the Fire element- Aries, Sagittarius and Leo. When cards from the Suit of Wands show up in a reading, it reflects on a person with Aries, Leo or Sagittarius star sign. People of Wands are spiritually-inclined, charming, energetic and warm-hearted.

What Does It Mean When A Tarot Reading Is Mostly Wands Tarot Cards

In a Tarot reading, when cards from the Suit of Wands dominate, it shows that you are trying to seek answers to issues that are mainly in the sphere of thought or in the very initial state of origin. It indicates that you are seeking a higher purpose in life and you are highly inclined towards understanding what peaks your motivation and energy in life.

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