Six of Wands

The Six of Wands is a card of dignified triumph. A difficult battle has been overcome. There have been hardships, and possibly losses. You may feel a sense of solemnity. Yet you have emerged victorious, a new person. Forever changed from this journey, you are able to help others along this path. You are in a position to be respected and appreciated for your wisdom. The growth you have experienced will serve you and others.

Now that you have accomplished what you set out to, it may be a time where big emotions are coming up. It’s time to hold your heart with gentleness, and seek the company of others who are loving and kind. Take time to slow down and decompress.

If this card is reversed, you may be feeling like your victory is tainted somehow, or you may be feeling uneasy and lacking in confidence. It may be time to look deeply into the path you have taken, and see if there are any loose ends that need to be tied up. What is it that doesn’t feel quite right? Is it something you need to fix, or do you need to be gentle and kind with yourself and let something go?

Now that you are successful in your quest, how can you give back to your community? Is there somewhere that gratitude can be shown and shared? It’s important to use your position to continue helping others in the community achieve their goals, and to show humility and grace. You can be the mentor and leader your community needs ❤️

Published by jaynekarmalamo

A mommy on a mission, driven to sustainable and green living for the health of my family and my planet. Here for you to teach you what I have learned, and empower you to go back to your roots and DIY - saving money, your health, and the earth in the process!

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