believing in yourself feeling assured of your abilities being sure of success having high self-esteem having faith in your path knowing things will work out proceeding with courage tackling a challenging task going beyond your limits being true to your beliefs daring to take a stand facing your fears going for it
An Ace-Ace pair shows that a new spirit is entering your life. It draws on the energy of the Ace of Wands:
— creativity, excitement, adventure, courage, personal power plus one of these:
— Ace of Cups: deep feelings, intimacy, attunement, compassion, love
— Ace of Swords: intelligence, reason, justice, truth, clarity, perseverance
— Ace of Pentacles: prosperity, abundance, trust, security, groundedness
The Ace of Wands is a symbol of possibility in the area of creativity, excitement, adventure, courage and personal power. In readings, it shows that a seed of bold enthusiasm has been planted in your life although you may not yet recognize it. When the seed sprouts, it could take almost any form. It might be a creative idea, surge of optimism or need to act boldly. On the outside, it could be an offer, gift, opportunity, encounter or synchronistic event.
When you see this Ace, examine your life to see how its potent, confident energy could work for you. Be daring and brave. Sometimes you have to risk to get what you want. Look for the path that will excite you and push you beyond your limits. Seize the initiative, and let your enthusiasm take you to new heights. Wands are the suit of individual power and fulfillment. This Ace tells you that a time of passion is beginning. You will be able to assert your best for all to see.
The Ace of Wands is also the card of creativity. Under its influence, you can become a conduit for inspiration and invention. Forget tired, worn-out solutions. You have the chance to be original. Trust your own creative potential, and there will be no end to what you can achieve.
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