knight of wands tarot cardTarot Wisdom | The King of Wands (Staffs)

In this card, we see the King grasping the Wand, thoroughly studying it. The Wand represents his grasp on the world around him. His thought, innovation, creativity, and problem-solving capacity. This is the card of the thinker and explorer. Always contemplating new ways of doing things, a visionary person. This card reminds us that we have a unique perspective to lend the world also. Use your creativity and innovation to find inspiring new ways of living. This card reminds us also of the importance of educating ourselves before jumping to conclusions or allowing others to mold our perceptions.

Position 1: Background | Present Concern

The focus is on ambition, standing strong, leadership, developing your future. Positive plans and innovative ideas. Learning & education – conventional or otherwise.

Position 2: Your Drive and Motivations

You want to be successful in a new venture you are getting ready to start, but may be spending more time contemplating than actually working towards your goals.

Position 3: What’s Blocking You – Fears and Subconscious

You stand alone so much that sometimes you feel you have no one to support you. Now is a good time to start new projects in the spirit of team work. Asking for help does not make you vulnerable, good ideas require group efforts so that you can learn from others whose experiences can enrich your own knowledge.

Position 4: Perspective and Further Awareness – What you Need to See Clearly

The sky is the limit when you approach things with optimism. Sometimes our thoughts like to turn to “what ifs” and we can talk ourselves out of following our own dreams. Now is a time to really take the initiative and come up with a good action plan that keeps you inspired, focused and moving forward.

Position 5: Course of Action

Direct your energy towards your goals and go for it. You have many innovative ideas, but may lack follow through. Now is a time to work on bringing your plans into action. Allow others to help you when necessary.

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