The Two of Wands card portrays a man standing on the roof terrace of a castle. To his left is the expanse of the ocean, while to his right is a vast terrain.
The man is looking towards the distant horizon. He is holding a globe in his hand. The man wears an orange tunic and a red hat. The orange in his tunic symbolize energy and enthusiasm with which the man deals with life, while the red in the hat is the universal color of passion, compassion and also adventure.
The man holds a globe in his hand that gives us a message that the man has a broad outlook towards life and is ready to embrace it with all its ups and downs.
Upright Position: Put in a nutshell this card is all about the right choices that lead to a balanced life. It says that the subject will now carefully consider all the plans and strive to drive them towards success. The card is all about planning and progression.
It indicates that the subject has been able to take an idea and turn it into a full proof plan. His/her enthusiasm and zeal is hopeful of success, while the planning makes it all the more practical and tangible. It is also about discovery and adventure â€“ exploring new domains.
Reversed Position: Reversed, the card indicates indecision and confusion leading to delay in reaching the finishing line. The subject is hesitant to step out of the comfortable zone and explore avenues to success. She/he may also be undermining some details. It is an indication that organizing and prioritizing is essential.
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