The element associated with this card is Fire. The Seven of Wands card portrays a man who stands on top of a hill.
The man seems to have been challenged by opponents. The man is looking down which indicates that his opponents are below him. The opponents are trying to snatch away all that belongs to the man - his belongings, his status, his success.
The man stands in a defensive position with a wand in his hand and is defending his opponents fiercely. The man is wearing two different shoes - it indicates a confused state of the mind, or an uneven footing because of which the man is unclear of his position.
Upright Position: Even if a person achieves success, she/he has to fight to retain the position - complacency is not the way of life. After initial satisfaction of success and fulfillment comes the struggle to maintain the standards. The card says that every human being has to continuously prove her/himself. There will always be competition - from others who would desire what you have achieved. The Seven of Wands card is all about holding your forte even if your authority is challenged. So, despite a momentary setback, the subject needs to fight for what she/he believes in.
Reversed Position: Reversed, the Seven of Wands card suggests that the subject is perhaps too overwhelmed with the challenges of life. This is affecting your self confidence and esteem. It may also suggest external challenges that will come without notice. It speaks of the vulnerability of the subject. The card may also indicate that the subject will face criticism.
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