TWO OF WANDS in The RIDER WAITE Deck of Tarot Cards
Personal power, strength, success, support, restlessness.
A well-dressed, wealthy looking man surveys the landscape in front of him. He holds a world in his hand. One wand is fixed to the wall and he is holding the other.
This is a card of success and prosperity, of having reached a goal, of holding the world in your hand. It can also signify the choices of “what next?”
This can be earned success, wealth and fortune, brought about by your own efforts. It can be help and support from affluent individuals.
This is a card of personal power, of strength, courage and personal success. This is a card of power and it may be that you have the power and influence and someone else wants it or someone else has it and you want it. You may need to seek the help of someone in a position of influence, and that help is there for you. It may also be that someone else looks up to you as a means to opening doors for them.
It is also important to consider the influence that material power and success plays in your life and goals. Are you driven just by external success?
There is some contentment for what has been achieved and also looking for new opportunities for stimulation or for growth.
There can be a certain amount of restlessness and a desire to move onto new pastures. The person may be considering new opportunities or even moving to a new location. There is a choice here between what is stable and fixed and moving onto new pastures.
With abundant blessings.
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