27-Six of Wands Upright Thoth Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

If you’re worried about health, relax. Things are not as bad for you or the person that you’re asking about as you fear. There is an underlying, spiritual strength that will sustain the health of the person you’re asking about. Take heart.

Card Meanings: Leadership, Applause, Success, Being In The Spotlight, Acclaim, Achievement, Stability, Praise, Being A Leader, Riding High, Having The Advantage, Supporters, Triumph, Victory, Goodwill, Pride, Fame, Good News, Celebrity, Winning, Recognition, Crowds, Confidence, Well-Wishers, Sharing Your Victories, Fans, Awards, Strength, Self-Esteem

The Six of Wands is a very positive omen. It can indicate that despite the challenges you are facing, you will overcome them and come out on top. This card also points toward literal or metaphorical movement; things are changing, in a positive way.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: According to bioenergetic theory, repressed emotions and desires affect the body by creating chronic muscle tension and a loss of wellbeing and energy. The theory is based on the premise that there is no fundamental separation between the mind and the body: that psychological stress reflects and creates what is happening physically, and physical or somatic events both reflect and create mental and emotional states. Emotional stress from many areas – relationships, family crises, jobs, health

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Reversed Cards: Here in the shadow aspect of the Six of Wands, we see the ego at its very best. The normal flow of success and small blessings is blown out of proportion once the ego gets in the driver’s seat. The ego loves to be praised and needs to be seen. It sounds a bit like a social media drama queen, which is probably an apt depiction of the Six of Wands in the shadow aspect. If this card has shown up in your reading, you might want to ask yourself why you have turned your life into a reality TV show. Why do you need constant praise, and how much adoration will make you happy?

Complete Book of Tarot: Waite: Arthur Edward Waite, with Pamela Colman Smith, developed the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck, the most popular tarot in the English-speaking world since its debut in 1909. Waite’s delineations became a standard for interpreting the tarot in the twentieth century. Because of Waite’s overwhelming influence on the practice of tarot in the English-speaking world, his delineations (now in the public domain) are quoted verbatim from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot (London, UK: W. Rider, 1911, reproduced by Citadel Press, Secaucus, NJ, with an introduction by Gertrude Moakley, 1959). 33

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Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the wounded warrior on this card must muster the courage to face another challenge and defend himself against his adversaries. His strength, fitness, and self-determination has gotten him this far, and he may need to go the rest of the way alone. Although the odds against succeeding may appear overwhelming, he is well-prepared for the oncoming attack. The warrior knows that he must make careful choices and call on all his inner resources. Such persistence, in the face of difficulties and delays, is necessary if there is to be victory. Should the outcome be defeat, the warrior will know that he fought honorably and with distinction. Sometimes an exit strategy is the wisest course of action.