Understanding the Nine of Wands in Love Tarot Readings
When it comes to Love Tarot readings, the Nine of Wands often calls for the need to express yourself. You may be forced to stand up for your beliefs and values. If you and your partner have been struggling or suffering from miscommunication, this is the time to take a stand for what you believe in. Your relationship may need to go through one final test in order to achieve a deeper connection. Some changes may be needed in order to help your relationship to grow. Be willing to adapt to your partners needs and also be very clear about your own needs. Remaining rigid or fixed will only increase the friction between you and your partner.
The Nine of Wands tarot card can also refer to old wounds that have made you defensive. This is particularly true when it comes to love tarot readings. On a romantic level, you may have suffered a bad relationship or painful break-up. Be careful that you are not projecting any unresolved issues onto your current partner. If you are afraid of being hurt, it’s much better to express this to your partner rather than act in a defensive manner.
Remember that your past hurts and painful experiences have made you stronger. In many ways these past experiences have helped your become a stronger person. Just make sure that you are willing to express yourself in an open manner. This is a great opportunity for you to work through old issues. If you are in a relationship, this willing and open dialogue can bring you closer.
If you are single, this is a great opportunity for you to learn from your past relationships. You may feel as though your love life is stagnant. This is only temporary. You may need to do more work on yourself. If you put the time in to truly understand what did and did not work in your past relationships, you may suddenly have a new perspective and will ultimately make better choices for yourself in the future.
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