Understanding the Seven of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Tarot Reading
In love tarot, the Seven of Wands encourages you to rise to your challenges and face them head on. In love matters, you may find yourself in a position where you have to defend your relationship or confront a rivalry. If you are married, there may be outside influences that are taking your mates attentions. This could either be another person or could be as simple as your partners work or social obligations.
Often when this card is drawn, it signifies that your current relationship is facing obstacles or difficulties. Whatever the challenge, you must become willing to confront it head on. You may need to have a heart to heart with your partner. Or, you may be in a situation where you will need to set some clear boundaries. Sometimes a healthy disagreement or argument can clear the air and both you and your partner will feel as though you were heard and acknowledged. It’s important, however, not to become too rigid. Give you partner the opportunity to set things right.
The Seven of Wands tarot card urges you to stay true to your principles. If you are being confronted, it’s important to voice your opinions and values. Tempers may rise and arguments may ensue but the best approach is to stay calm and neutral. As soon as you lose your cool, you are vulnerable to lose your footing.
Should you assert yourself and defend your position you will be the ultimate victor. In love tarot readings, the Seven of Wands indicates triumph as long as you defend your position. This is a great opportunity to learn how to demand the things that you feel you deserve. In love relationships, you finally get the opportunity to truly explore your own value and self-worth. Your courage and faith in yourself may be tested. In the end, however, you will not only win the battle but you will also gain a new level of confidence and self-assurance.
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