Tarot Reflections The Three of Wands

tarot reflections three of wands

Tarot Reflections The Three of Wands

tarot reflections three of wandsThe Three of Wands is a card of choices, and learning to recognize potential rather than only seeing obstacles.

Here we see the man leaning on one of his staffs, the others have been left behind. He is moving out of comfort zones and into the new and unknown. The desert he is crossing through is barren, and the mountains are in the distance.

He can view this from different perspectives: One is that it is risky, and he might not make it. The other is that it is flat and empty, so there are no obstacles present and he can reach the mountain if he keeps moving.

The sunny skies indicate that his best opportunities will come from a willingness to accept new growth in his life. The red of his cloak indicates personal power and energy, it surrounds him in a protective way, allowing him to adopt the pioneering spirit he needs to move forward and act on new ideas.

The only other choice is for him to remain still, but the past leaves nothing to sustain him, and the future depends entirely upon his decision to act or not act. In this case, movement becomes necessary to bring about positive change.

There are times when we must encourage ourselves to leave the comfort of what we have known so that we might progress into a new and better way of living.

Daily Tarot Reflections King of Wands

Daily Tarot Reflections King of Wands

King of Wands Tarot CardKing’s represent leadership and wise decisions. This King represents intelligence and creative thought. He is always planning and thinking about things. Wands represent the planning stage that happens before things are set in motion.

This particular King is particularly good at thinking/planning and organizing, however, the follow-through may be a bit lacking and that requires bringing others together in the spirit of cooperation to help make things happen.

Another theme to this card is to learn how to organize your thoughts and ideas (and maybe even your workspace/environment) in a workable manner. Clutter, whether internal in the form of racing thoughts, anxieties etc or external in non-functioning space, leads itself to chaotic energy and stifles the spirit.

Remember, no one can do everything all by themselves. It’s good to gain the assistance of others who support your ideas (provided they are ones that serve your highest good). This King provides leadership by drawing others together. He is able to plan well and bring ideas to inspire others.

Today, look for ways to encourage others and embrace the idea of “team work”. Seek a supportive environment in which to express yourself.

Also, if you find you’ve had difficulty concentrating or setting and maintaining goals, take some time to sort through any clutter that may be sabotaging your good intentions.