Learn the meaning of the Six of Wands Tarot card
The Six of Wands is a card of victory and winning by depicting in its image a man riding into a crowd of people on his white horse. His horse is covered with a light green cloth, and the man is holding a raised baton in his hand with a laurel wreath pinned on it, symbolizing his victory. The laurel wreath is also on the man's head, and he is dressed in red clothing. The crowd around him on the Six of Wands card is cheering, holding the other five Wands in their hands. The card in its general sense, therefore, heralds victory after the battle experienced on the Five of Wands. And this can apply to any matter, which is why the Six of Wands is one of the best cards in the Tarot bringing you glory, success, social recognition and prosperity in all aspects of life. Very often it also indicates a return to places and people among whom we can count on recognition and respect. However, it should be remembered that the Six of Wands, although it heralds good news and a period of success, it will be a temporary success, as this card belongs to the Minor Arcanas of the Tarot. However, it will undoubtedly be a positive answer to all your questions and herald a great expansion in your life.
The Six of Wands in the upright position is a sign of impending victory in the matter you are inquiring about. It can therefore mean success in any area of your life and thus herald financial success or social recognition. The upright Six of Wands is a very positive sign to see in your question especially if you are expecting important information for you. The Six of Wands also very often indicates travel, and the confidence that will accompany you in your upcoming activities. It encourages you to take risks and decisive actions, because they may result in a turning point in your life. The upright position of Six of Wands bodes well for love affairs, but also for general relationships with people around you, who will celebrate your success together with you. A lonely battle will turn into prestige and recognition for the whole community, and you will boost your ego even more. The Six of Wands in an upright position is also a sign of making peace and acting as a leader of a group of people. It indicates a strong personality that has led you to the success celebrated in the card.
In an upright position the Six of Wands bodes very well for love affairs, but also for all kinds of private or business relationships. Because of the fact that it is a winning card, when you see the Six of Wands in your schedule, expect excellent moments in an ongoing relationship, in which you can celebrate the achieved moment of life together. So it heralds a time of joy, happiness, but also fun, which is worth taking advantage of. If you are in a relationship in these moments then you can count on the support of your other half. The card can also speak about very good relationship with your closest people and family, who can celebrate for example your return home. The upright Six of Wands is a great symbol for single people and indicates time when you will be able to realize your emotional goals and win the heart or even full attention of a desired person. It can also foretell the appearance of a person in your life who will be in some way an example and ideal for you. Especially if question is about a man, the upright Six of Wands foretells someone who is self-confident, but also socially recognized and even recognizable. The Six of Wands in an upright position may herald joint travel, purchase of a house, or the successful realization of other goals of two or more people.
The reversed Six of Wands indicates that your expected success will not be achieved as quickly as you currently expect. It can also speak of situations in which you celebrate your triumph too soon before the actual battle is over. The Six of Wands in the reversed position represents slow or indecisive actions that may delay your goals, but still with the energy of this card you can achieve social recognition and victory. The reversed card encourages you not to sit on your laurels or declare success yet to be achieved. Instead, focus on bringing things and projects to completion through work and discipline. The reversed Six of Wands can symbolize a victory that doesn't give you joy, but also one that you can enjoy only in solitude. In relation to other matters the reversed Six of Wands symbolizes disappointment and receiving bad news. When you see the reversed Six of Wands it's a sign to be brave and let go of fear which can be paralyzing your actions at the moment. Believe in yourself even if others doubt your abilities, and victory will be within your reach.
In relationship questions, the reversed Six of Wands is predicting a period of disappointment and failure, and sometimes betrayal from the other person. Events that will affect you emotionally in the near future can lead to a loss of confidence and momentum. The Six of Wands in reversed position in relation to permanent relationships portends a moment when you don't receive the support and love you expected from your loved one. The card may indicate that you are unable to appreciate each other, and even feel a kind of jealousy towards each other. All this makes it difficult for you to achieve your goals instead of helping each other. In case of single people this card indicates failure in love affairs, and also rejection of proposals to meet or breaking a promise. The reversed Six of Wands may also indicate that your self-confidence has turned into arrogance, which only further repels others and makes it harder for you to find recognition and attention among them. On the other hand, low self-esteem could be preventing you from meeting someone with whom you can form a successful relationship. The reversed Six of Wands is a card of relationship problems, but you can still regain your reputation and achieve your desired success.
6 of Wands, Six of Batons, 6 of Batons
Momentary success, triumph, pride
Victory, pride, joy, good news, responsibility, making peace, happy return, turning point in life, strong personality, offer to travel
Betrayal, delay, infidelity, bad news, Pyrrhic victory, fear of victory, disappointment, fear, weakness