The 6 of wands tarot card is a card about success, of achieving goals, and inspiring others. It’s a very positive card, especially at this point in the wand series.
I suggest, while looking at this card description, you have your tarot deck in front of you and decide for yourself if you agree with the feelings on this page or if the card represents something entirely different to you.
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A few words to describe the card:
Champion, victory, winner
6 of Wands
The 6 of wands tarot card is a card of success, and the feeling of being a champion. You’re a winner with this card. Something you’ve worked hard on is paying off, and it’s a moment to celebrate that.
People are being inspired by you, and are also celebrating your big win. They are celebrating you. Enjoy this moment!
When you see this card in a reading, it can either represent something is currently coming to fruition that you need to celebrate, or something will be happening shortly. It’s a good feeling in this card. You’ve worked hard, overcome obstacles, and are through to the ending of this goal.
This card can also represent you in a leadership role, or a feeling of being a leader. People are looking up to you, and they should. You’re doing a great job right now. Just make sure to not get too big of a head.
One of the more distinguishing features of this 6 of wands tarot card is that it almost always has a wreath on it, like a victory wreath. This, alongside 6 wands on the card, is one of it’s more common features.
It’s an easy way to symbolize victory, and to recognize accomplishment. Often there are also crowds cheering the main person in this card on.
Still confused about the meanings of the cards? A few tools that have been really helpful for me have been: practice, taking the time to look at each card, read books like Tarot: Learn How to Read and Interpret the Cards by Kim Arnold. Or try out tarot spreads! Try doing a simple reading every day. The Labyrinthos app is really helpful too. Or try some that I’ve created by looking here: Tarot Spreads.
Want other comparisons of tarot cards? Find those here! It might help you better understand how tarot decks are different.