When pulled upright this card is about experiencing a struggle. Unlike the five of wands (which is about getting through a struggle to reach your goal) this card is about getting through a struggle to maintain your goal. This is about all the difficulties we have to go through to keep our success going. Be prepared to have to fight to keep your position and prove yourself. The general meaning of this card is that you need to stand your ground no matter the costs. You need to fight for what your believe and what you want.
When pulled in reverse this card is about you possibly feeling overwhelmed by all the responsibilities you have as well as any challenges you may be facing. This card talks about the fact that you may not be seeing the whole picture and that you may be comparing yourself to others. This card could also be talking about how you are feeling judged lately. Everyone seems to be questioning your decisions and it is making you feel overwhelmed. This card when upside down is saying that you are doing everything it tells you not to do when upright. It is saying that instead of fighting for what you want and what you believe in, you are just throwing the towel in. Remember what work you’ve put in to get where you are and really think about whether it is something you are willing to give up. Another interpretation of this card is that you may be too aggressive when you are fighting for what you want and it may be damaging your relationships.
Here is a tarot spread to help you get through your struggles and maintain your goals. First take the seven of wands out of your deck and mediate on it. While you meditate focus on what success you are trying to maintain. Then shuffle your cards and pull them using your preferred method.
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