The Nine of Wands is often pulled by people who have a lot of emotional baggage from their upbringing or previous relationships. You’re a people pleaser who wants others to like you because, deep down, you feel unworthy. Therefore, you’re the type of person who others walk over and take advantage of.
What is the Nine of Wands mean in tarot?
This card depicts a figure, weary from battle yet prepared to fight on. Order, discipline an unassailable position. Any opposition will be defeated. Courage in the face of attack or adversity and a stability that cannot be removed. Good health.
Is the Nine of Wands Tarot card a yes or no?
The Nine of Wands in a yes or no reading is a toss-up between no and maybe. If your question is about standing firm on a decision you really believe in, perhaps you should. As far as moving forward with new ventures or relationships, it’s probably wiser to wait things out.
What do wands mean in tarot?
Typically, wands symbolize creativity and passion, swords symbolize intellect, pentacles symbolize work and money, and cups symbolize emotion. There are other groupings here, too; each suit is also aligned with a grouping of astrological signs, such that wands = fire, swords = air, pentacles = Earth, and cups = water.
What does the 9 of swords mean in tarot?
This card can represent being plagued by fear, guilt, doubt, and worries that are to a large extent, unfounded. Chances are the person in question is dealing with a problematic situation or a difficult decision, but his or her worst fear is unlikely to materialize.
How can I clean my tarot cards without sage?
- Use sacred smoke.
- Place a selenite stone (or black tourmaline or clear quartz) on the deck.
- Put them out on under a New Moon.
- Stick the cards in a bowl of salt.
- Chaotic shuffle.
- The sort and shuffle.
- You can also book a tarot reading or tarot tutoring session with me.
How do you read tarot cards?
How do you do a yes or no tarot card?
How do you take cards out of a Tarot deck?
- Lay some simple ground rules with yourself. “Think about what your intuition is telling you about the answer before you even pull your card,” says Marmanides.
- Ask a very clear, specific, and heartfelt question.
- Meditate on the card you pulled.
Can you read your own tarot cards?
So, can you read Tarot for yourself? The short answer is YES! It is totally OK to read Tarot for yourself. In fact, I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that reading Tarot for yourself is even more valuable and more impactful than having your Tarot cards read for you by a professional.
What season is wands in tarot?
In my Children of Litha deck, pentacles represents winter, cups represent spring, wands represent summer, and swords represent fall.
What questions do you ask tarot cards?
- What is the relationship’s current energy?
- What’s the root cause of the split?
- What are their true feelings for me right now?
- What are their intentions to me now?
- What is the future nature of this relationship?
- What’s the best step for me to take now?
What does 9 of spades mean in tarot?
9 of Spades: Bad luck, depression, anxiety.
What do Swords represent in tarot?
In tarot, Swords represent the element of air, which relates to our truth, clarity, communication, thoughts, intellect, and mental activity, Vanderveldt notes. And Kings represent “our social responsibility and the highest expression of a certain element,” which, in this case, is air.
What does the Ace of Wands mean in a love reading?
If you pulled the Ace of Wands upright in a reading about love or a relationship, Vanderveldt says it indicates there’s a spark present (whether it’s something new or a reignited spark), and it’s a time to explore it.
What does King of Wands mean in a love reading?
If you pulled the King of Wands in a reading about love or a relationship, it’s asking you to be bold and direct with what you want, Vanderveldt explains, adding that “this isn’t the time for hiding who you are or your desires.” Don’t be afraid to show up for yourself and be open about what’s most important to you.
What does the Page of Wands mean in a love reading?
The Page of Wands Reversed Everything has a honeymoon phase—not just in romance but in business endeavors too! The thrill of the beginning may wear off, but if you want to make something more substantial happen, you are going to have to have some follow-through here to go beyond the initial spark.
Should I let others touch my tarot cards?
It’s totally fine for others to touch away. You just need to trust in the power of your intention to clear your Tarot deck of any unwanted energies afterwards.
What can you not do with tarot cards?
- Questions you don’t really want answered.
- Questions that already have answers.
- When you’re going to die.
- Questions about other people.
- Medical-type questions.
- The same question, over and over again.
- Yes-or-no questions.
- Future-predicting questions.
How often should you read tarot cards?
You *Just* Had a Tarot Reading I advise leaving a gap of at least three months between professional tarot readings, UNLESS the reading is about a totally different and specific question. Let things change and progress before going back to the cards.
Can you read tarot for someone without them knowing?
It depends on who you ask, but for me and my personal code of ethics, the answer is yes — it is wrong to intentionally lay a spread about a specific person without their knowledge or permission.
How do you charge Tarot cards?
Like a loaf of rising bread, leave your deck in a sacred charging spot where you can “knead” (shuffle) it each hour, giving it your magical power with your hands, for one waking day. This charge is best when you’re taking a day of rest at home or in retreat.
How many Tarot cards do you pull?
For beginner readers, Howe recommends two basic spreads, a three-card pull and the Celtic Cross. The former is where three cards are drawn from the deck to represent the past, present, and future or mind, body, and spirit of the person being read.