Numerology Tarot Card Number 6 Meaning

tarot numerology six

tarot card number 6The number 6 in Tarot speaks of practicality, being down to Earth and focused more on everyday living, caring for family, work and immediate responsibilities.  People with this number have a strong desire to serve others coupled with a strong sense of responsibility.

Numerology plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  When several cards with the same number appear in your spread or are drawn frequently, those numerological influences will also be playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

Six comes up around the material realm, being focused on the here and now, survival and basic human needs and instincts.

Six people can sometimes have a very simplistic view of life when not properly balanced and may see the world in terms of “black and white”.  They can be traditionalists to the point of having difficulty opening up to new ideas or ways of doing things.

The Six person has a need to feel valued by others and is often called to service careers.  They are loyal, hard working and dedicated.

Strengths of this number: service oriented, responsible, desire to be helpful

Challenges of the Six: Can be needy, sometimes stubborn and resistant to change, too focused on the material realm.

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Tarot Card Number 5 Meaning

5 tarot number meaning

5 tarot number meaningNumerology also plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  When several cards with the same number appear in your spread or are drawn frequently, those numerological influences will also be playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

The number 5 in Tarot tends to depict challenges and upheavals.  Often they come up around material prosperity, but at the cost of personal fulfillment things of this nature.  When you give up something to pursue a goal that isn’t in your best interests.

Fives often demand us to stop what we are doing and be very honest with ourselves, not just on an analytical level, but on a deeper emotional and spiritual level.  Is the person, thing or goal we are pursuing something that will lead to sorrow later?

When five’s come up in abundance it’s time to ask yourself “Is this what I truly want? or merely what I think I want or need”.  You may find you see 5’s a lot when you are hitting the same challenges over and over.  This is a message to you to reconsider where you are investing your time and energies.

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Tarot Card Number 4 Meaning

number 4 tarot meaning

number 4 tarot meaningNumerology also plays an important secondary role in the Tarot.  If you have many cards come up with the same number in a spread, it may also be pointing to additional influences playing a strong role in the current atmosphere.

When you see a number repeated frequently within a spread or if the same number is drawn frequently, there is a good chance that number is holding lessons for you as well.

The number 4 in Tarot signifies practicality, hard work, and determination.  It can sometimes point to delays in a course of events, but these are usually just temporary and can be worked through.  The challenge with many fours can be a tendency to work towards goals that are perhaps not in one’s best long-term interests.  While you may eventually get what you want; there is a good chance it won’t be how you want it.

Fours are all about the space and time needed for something to grow.  If you plant a seed, for example, you have to tend to it and wait for the right time for it to blossom.  No amount of resistance or pushing etc. can make this process faster.

Four embodies a need for patience, wisdom and knowing exactly what you are working to manifest.  Hard work and diligence are important qualities of the 4.

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Is Tarot Hard To Learn?

is tarot hard to learn?

Anything worth learning takes time, effort and consistency to master.  If you approach Tarot with the right perspective, however, it can be easier to learn than you might think.

The problem most newbie and hobby readers run into is that they want to learn it by memorizing definitions and from a very “black and white” analytical type perspective.  This doesn’t work.  Tarot is very fluid and you need to learn to tap into your intuition and creative thought processes while learning it.

When I teach Tarot; I always have students start with a Tarot journal.  This is by far, the most effective way to internalize Tarot and make it a part of you, rather than some external thing with complex parts that you are always trying to sort out.

In mathematics, there are set answers and methods for solving a problem.  In other studies, thought and problem solving is more abstract and individualized.  Different approaches lead to the same result.  Think of Tarot as more fluid than rigid and you’ll have much better success with it.

If you start trying to memorize a bunch of symbols and vague “text book” type definitions of the images, without really looking at those images from your own perspective, you’ll find your readings lack substance and may lead to more questions than they answer.

You can look at 3 different Tarot books and there will be 3 different perspectives on the cards meanings – why? Because Tarot, despite having some common themes, is mostly subjective to the user.  There is no wrong answer – you are using the cards as a tool for your intuition and higher thought processes.  The answers are not on the images in the cards – they are in your mind/intuition.  That’s the part that new readers struggle to grasp.

If you open up to the idea of Tarot as a means to tap into your connection with the universal mind; it becomes much easier and definitely more meaningful.

I think most of us start out learning Tarot with the completely wrong approach.  We want to “know what the answers are”, instead of looking for the answers within and using the cards as a guide.  We put too much focus onto the cards themselves and not the messages they evoke from within.

How to Learn Tarot

The best way to learn is by doing.  Use the Tarot journaling exercises here.  After you have gone through your entire deck once or twice; then start doing readings.  It’s really as simple as that.  You don’t learn without practice and you have to keep at it.  This is one of those things, like learning to play an instrument, where practice is always needed and there is always room for improvement.

Tarot Reflections Page of Wands

tarot reflections page of wands

tarot reflections page of wands
The Page of Wands is an optimistic, youthful sort filled with enthusiasm. He is full of great ideas and passion and so he leaps into his projects head first. His zeal in whatever he does is infectious to others. Pages represent learning and knowledge. Wands are the suit of fire, passion, and initiative. They are the drive behind a project, that “gung ho” type energy that is often very exciting, but not often well-planned.

This page represents those people you run into and can’t help but smile because they have such positive energy emanating from them. They have a sense of adventure and enthusiasm. They take risks and adjust well to change.

Page of Wands typically indicates a personal desire for expansion or a fresh start. Longing to break free from stagnation or from restrictive influences. This page represents that enthusiasm and anticipation when starting a new adventure.

The Page of Wands, however, does also pose a challenge that we need to work to maintain that enthusiasm and finish what we start. Often times this page comes up when the initial excitement is there, but perhaps not the long-term plans that are required to keep that initiative in place.

If you find you have some unfinished business that needs to be attended to; do what you can today to tie up loose ends so you can move on to the next adventure with all the excitement and none of the leftover worries of unfinished business.

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