When pulled upright this card is about a person who is very focused, has a lot of passion, is courageous, and individualistic. However these traits can sometimes come across as self-centered. This person is a positive person to be around. They will stay by your side and stand up for you when necessary. If this is a reading about work then the queen can show that you are going to accomplish a lot in a small amount of time. If you are looking for a job this card suggests that a woman will be a big part in your next career move. In general your career life is looking pretty good. When doing a reading of love the queen is a positive card to get. If you’ve been on the search for love this card is a sign that you may find it soon. In terms of money the queen can suggest you have been spending a lot of it and recommends you stay in control of your expenses or else you will come to regret it. When doing a reading in spirituality the queen can suggest you are hungry for more.
When pulled in reverse it could mean there is someone who could use your help. When doing a reading about work it can mean that you are going to face some obstacles. However, this card suggests that you should carry on and continue doing what you think is best. This card can also be a reminder for you to be a bit more rational. Sometimes you can become unbalanced by your chaotic energy. If you balance yourself out you will be more successful.
Just in case, you’re doing a money reading and you got the queen of wands telling you you’re spending too much, here is a tarot spread to help you sort it out. First I would take the queen of wands out of your deck and meditate while thinking about your money situation. Then shuffle and pull the cards using your preferred method.
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