Understanding the Four Of Wands Tarot Card In A Love Tarot Reading.
Traditionally, the Four of Wands tarot card is a card of commitment, partnerships and family. In tarot readings it can often refer to important rites of passage such as the purchase of a new home or a significant celebration such as a wedding, engagement or family reunion. Its appearance in a reading suggests that your hard work has finally paid off. You’ve finally achieved that level of security you have been working so hard for. It’s time to relax and celebrate the things that you have accomplished.
In love tarot readings, the Four of Wands denotes strong partnerships, particularly when it comes to relationships that may be ready to settle down or start a family. It suggests that there are strong attachments and the desire to share lifelong goals. This is the type of relationship that seeks permanence and security. If you don’t live with your partner, the Four of Wands Tarot card indicates that it may be the time to take the leap.
In many cases, the Four of Wands can refer to the end of important life cycles. If you have been on your own for some time, you may be ready to settle down or meet a significant other. For you are in a committed relationship, it may be time to phase into a new life stage with your partner. If you haven’t started a family yet, the Four of Wands can indicate that it may be time. Or, if you have older children, their new found independence may be freeing up more time with you and your partner. In love tarot readings, the upright Four of Wands Tarot card is typically quite favorable.
In its reversed position, the Four of Wands can indicate some stagnation, particularly when it comes to your love life. Perhaps you have been a bit lazy and have failed to keep the momentum in your relationship. If you’re single, you may need to ask yourself why you are not more proactive about finding a new mate. Do you have a pessimistic view of love that may be prohibiting you from truly putting yourself out there?
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