Ten of Wands (Reversed)
meaning, love, money, profession, health, spirituality
Ten of Wands (Reversed) Keywords
- Dodging your duties.
- misfortune and damage to health;
- talents and skills are misused;
- selfish goals, dishonesty;
- relieving stress, pressure;
- reasonable distribution of responsibilities;
- work is not rewarded;
- problems with the heart, back, muscular and musculoskeletal system;
- desire to control others;
- the busy period is over;
- unwillingness to accept help from someone
Significance of Ten of Wands (Reversed)
The reversed Ten of Wands has two essential meanings , related in some way .
On the one hand, it points out that you may be carrying a heavy load of any kind, economic, emotional, work, or several loads at the same time, but the problem is that you are clinging to them when it is no longer necessary, when you could free yourself with some ease of weight.
There are heavy loads that are carried and cannot be released until they have been resolved, but in your case those old things are already part of the past, however you continue to carry them in your life, causing you an additional weight that does nothing more than delay and hinder your march.
You should consider what you can do to put them aside, how to finally solve those old things. For example, it could be a workload that you could easily solve if you delegated tasks and responsibilities instead of taking care of everything yourself.
There is something of unnecessary martyrdom in this whole attitude of carrying on the burden.
In the other aspect, much more positive, the appearance of this card indicates that there are certain possibilities that any burden or responsibility, problem or situation that weighs on your back, will now finally be alleviated.
This card has a background that talks about responsibility . If you keep yourself in a martyr’s attitude, you are avoiding your responsibility.
The load you carry is your problem, nobody else’s, so you must take responsibility for this weight that you carry and that nobody will take away if you are not yourself.
This is very important if you also have that it depends on you, whether in a job, in your partner or family life, when until you do not act, others are affected by it.
Beyond that important point, the card positively announces that the burdens will be removed , partly by you and partly by external issues. However, there will be a confluence of things and events that will take away this weight that you have been burdened with all this time.
The appearance of this minor arcana when it is reversed is a message of hope and relief.
Ten of Wands (Reversed) – In Love Tarot Reading
The inverted Ten of Wands indicates two very different things, which will depend on the rest of the cards to know if it is one message or the other.
On the one hand, it can signal an infidelity: If it is on your part, you carry the weight of your actions on your back. If it is from your partner, and you suspect or know it, it is very difficult for you to move forward with such a weight.
You must ask yourself if it is best not to finally let go of that burden, which includes perhaps ending the relationship on one extreme, or sincerely forgiving, forgetting what happened, and moving forward more easily.
The other meaning is to literally let go of the burden of a relationship that comes with problems: either everyone takes responsibility and fixes things or perhaps it is time to make important decisions, such as ending it and leaving.
But whatever it is, it’s about of letting go and letting go to relieve the enormous weight on your shoulders, that is, the relief in your life comes either in the form of fixing things or finishing and letting go of the load at once.
On the other hand, if you are lonely, this reverse card can announce that the weight of being without love ends with the appearance of a new relationship in your life.
Ten of Wands (Reversed) – In Job or Profession Tarot Reading
The inverted Ten of Wands announces an important relief in labor. Your tasks can be reduced, the overload of bosses and superiors moderated and you feel more comfortable to carry out your tasks.
But it can also be a signal for this relief to occur if you decide, for example, to change jobs. It’s a good time for a radical change if you were in need of it and if you were considering it in some way, this card encourages you to make that change.
Another important burden that is very difficult to carry is not having a job, so if you are in that difficult situation, this ten announces the end of the condition. There will be work for you and will appear very soon to bring you solution and relief.
Ten of Wands (Reversed) – In Money Tarot Reading
The inverted Ten of Wands is a positive card that announces the end of certain economic difficulties that you may be dragging.
It does not mean that you are going to swim in money, certainly you should continue to take care of savings, not making superfluous expenses, and balancing the economy, but relief comes and things begin to have a way out.
Your money worries become a thing of the past and you will slowly see an improvement in all matters.
If you have been making investments, expanding your business, the fears about the results and the anxiety that the wait has generated you now turn to a feeling of optimism and tranquility when you see that the results begin to arrive.
Ten of Wands (Reversed) – In Health Tarot Reading
The reversed Ten of Wands is a card of relief and enhancement. Good and positive results can come if you waited for news about your health. The strong fatigue that you felt in your body and the enormous stress that complicated your life is lifting like a veil to give way to a general well-being, slow, but gradual.
If you have doubts or fears about your health, this card indicates that it is an excellent time to undergo study and treatment, find out what really happens, because the positive results will take an enormous weight off your mind and back.
Ten of Wands (Reversed) – In Spirituality Tarot Reading
The reversed Ten of Wands speaks of putting things in their place. If you have been suffering abuse, especially psychological from your partner, friends, family or a merciless boss, it is perhaps time to put a limit to those abuses and even end those harmful relationships if there is no other way.
This card is all about letting go of the weight that weighs you down, therefore, act accordingly, primarily seeking and prioritizing your well-being. Mental and spiritual relief comes with this card, that is undoubtedly positive news.
In an inverted position, the card symbolizes difficulties, intrigues, duplicity, betrayal. TEN Wands in an inverted position may indicate a meeting with the traitor of your interests, their destroyer.
It can symbolize destruction in all its diversity. In metaphysical terms, this card means the inability of thoughts, ideas to express themselves.
In its extreme manifestations, this is a situation of an incomprehensible genius; it is a thought expressed untimely, either too early or too late.
Wands – Upright Card Meaning
Ace of Wands, Two of Wands, Three of Wands, Four of Wands, Five of Wands, Six of Wands, Seven of Wands, Eight of Wands, Nine of Wands, Ten of Wands, Page of Wands, Knight of Wands, Queen of Wands, King of Wands
Wands – (Reversed) Card Meaning
Ace of Wands Reversed , Two of Wands Reversed, Three of Wands Reversed , Four of Wands Reversed , Five of Wands Reversed , Six of Wands Reversed , Seven of Wands Reversed , Eight of Wands Reversed , Nine of Wands Reversed , Ten of Wands Reversed , Page of Wands Reversed , Knight of Wands Reversed , Queen of Wands Reversed , King of Wands Reversed
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