23-Two of Wands Upright Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

You’re about to fit things together in new or unusual ways. Work is about to get a lot smoother, and if you’re looking for employment, you are about to find the right fit. Don’t let anyone knock you off your stride. You’re more together and balanced than you might realize, work-wise.

Card Meanings: Expansion Overseas, Anticipation, Withdrawal, Generous Person, Decisions, Co-Operation, Restlessness, Waiting, Emigration Suddenly Leaving, Planning, Deciding To Stay Or Go, Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side, Lack Of Contentment, Courage, Business Partnerships, Two Paths, Patience, Wanderlust, Detachment, Options

This card is often about balance. It will be important for you to keep your balance in every way that you can – even to the mundane, boring things like eating right and getting enough rest. These things will be very helpful to you during this time. The Two of Wands also often indicates a partnership with one other person. This can be business or personal, or both.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Everyone has a unique learning style, and there is no one right way to journal in your tarot diary. It’s probably a good idea to devote a separate page to each card on which you can note your impressions, the details that stand out to you, and your experiences with the card. You will also want to keep a record of your readings, when and with whom you did them, what you said, how you arrived at your conclusions, and how matters eventually turned out. In this way you can review your work and learn from your successes and well as your mistakes. Experience is the best teacher.

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Reversed Cards: In Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot, we see a man step up onto a ledge with a wand in one hand and a small globe in the other. The wand he holds has a flag on it, and one could see this as a possible prelude to war, takeover, or strategic grab for power. Others might see the image as someone who is thinking about the possibilities of what to do with what he already has. Or it might just be someone contemplating some sort of travel. If this card has shown up in the blocked aspect, the above-mentioned actions could now be stymied or somehow stalled. But I like to see it as someone who is not creating on purpose. A blocked Two of Wands could be an indication that you are not living an intention-based life. Instead, life just happens to you. Can you honestly say you are 100 percent engaged and strategic with your direction in life? Let’s face it—it is really hard to conquer anything if you don’t have a plan and aren’t willing to follow it through with unwavering commitment.

Complete Book of Tarot: The symbolism of numbers plays an important role in many forms of divination, including the tarot. In Western philosophy, the belief in the spiritual significance of numbers dates at least as far back as ancient Greece, especially the time of Pythagoras. Often described as the first pure mathematician, Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570 BCE–c. 495 BCE) is credited with the Pythagorean theorem that we learned in high school. Pythagoras was a major proponent of the symbolic significance of numbers. According to his biographer Iamblichus (c. 300 CE), Pythagoras taught that number is the ruler of forms and ideas, and the cause of gods and daemons.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The Celtic Cross consists of two crosses, a small two-card inner cross with a larger four-card outer cross surrounding it, plus a column of four cards to the right. I lay the cards as in the accompanying diagram.