Understanding the Three of Wands in a Love Tarot Reading
In love tarot readings, the Three of Wands tarot card can indicate the next step or new phase in a relationship. If you have just met your partner, the Three of Wands reflects a solid foundation. New levels of commitment and intimacy are sure to come. Communication and teamwork are key attributes to this card. When it comes to relationships, it’s always important to approach things as a partnership. Honesty and sincerity will only bring you closer.
Traditionally, the Three of Wands Tarot card refers to the fulfillment of the early stages of significant projects, undertakings or a task. Strong foundations have been established and one’s dedication and effort are about to pay off. However, the Three of Wands indicates that more work needs also needs to be done in order to achieve final completion of one’s goals. Collaboration with others helps to move things forward.
In love tarot readings, the Three of Wands can refer to new partnerships or romances. For the single person, it can indicate the one has done a great deal of personal work and has gained a significant level of maturity. A new relationship may be just around the corner. Spiritually, the Three of Wands can also reflect a period of meditation, reflection and contemplation. For those that are single or who are dating, it’s important to understand exactly what type of person you feel you would be a good match with. There may be a circumstance that will require the need to choose between two or more partners.
Finally, the Three of Wands Tarot card can refer to travel. When it appears in a love tarot reading, there is a chance that there could be a temporary separation from a partner or romance due to work related travel. However, in many cases, there may be opportunities to travel together. If you have been considering taking a vacation with your romantic partner, now could be the time to do it.
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