Ten Of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Understanding Ten Of Wands Tarot Card Meaning, Description, Keywords, Upright & Reverse Card Meanings. Everything you want to know about the Ten Of Wands Tarot Card.

What Does Ten Of Wands Tarot Card Mean? Ten Of Wands

Ten Of Wands Tarot Card Meanings And Description

The Ten of Wands indicates feelings of stress, pressure and being overwhelmed. This is a period in which your responsibilities are taking a toll on you.

Ten Of Wands Tarot Card Keywords

Ambition, burden, drive to win, hard work, realization of a dream, vitality, workaholic, overwork, neglecting other areas of life, welcome responsibilities, expansiveness, great work situation, promotion, raises.

Upright And Reverse Meanings Of Ten Of Wands Tarot Card

Ten Of Wands Upright

Ten Of Wands Upright Meanings

  • Feelings of being overwhelmed and pressured
  • An excess of responsibilities
  • A stressful and demanding project
  • The need to delegate responsibilities
  • Need to take time for yourself
  • Overly consumed with one’s work

With the Ten of Wands, you are on the brink of achieving a lifelong dream. Drive and ambition fuel your passion so all this hard work feels like less of a burden.

Sometimes, all the energy you are pouring into this project may feel to be wasted; you doubt yourself and whether this means enough to you.

Other times, your ambition may drive you to exclude areas of your life and make your work your sole focus.

The Ten of Wands advises you to learn to relax and leave work at work; you may feel like this is your calling, but you need a life too.

Ten Of Wands Reverse

Ten Of Wands Reverse Meanings

  • Feelings of stress and worry begin to lift
  • The delegation of responsibility
  • Relief
  • Increased tension and strain
  • Controlling behavior
  • Ambitions are alienating you from those you care about

The responsibilities you shoulder right now with the Ten of Wands reversed are just right.

Instead of feeling burdened, these are welcome responsibilities that reinforce your worth and create strong feelings of drive.

In an environment of strong workers, you are nurtured and working at your best. External forces support you and you feel like you are in sync with your job.

Promotions or raises are a likely result of all your hard work.