Learn the meaning of the Two of Wands Tarot card
On the Two of Wands we see a man standing in a long red robe between two sticks. One of the sticks is in his left hand, while his right hand holds a globe symbolizing knowledge and experience. The figure on the Two of Wands is on a wall that is well above the ground, which in turn indicates his isolation from the surrounding world. He is thoughtful and even dreamy gazing into the distance located to his left. Before you can see a peaceful and friendly landscape, and the walls themselves are decorated with beautiful flowers. The Two of Wands, as well as other twos in Tarot, refers to making a choice between two poles of a matter. In such a situation, the card speaks about two people who are involved in the matter, as well as about making a choice between them. In addition, the Two of Wands card also points to involvement and taking the initiative, but before that happens, all the pros and cons need to be considered. The card also points to a time when we discover our possibilities, and learn how to combine opposites. The Two of Wands is a symbol of partnership, but also of long journeys.
The Two of Wands in the upright position indicates that you need to make a decision, although any decision seems to be beneficial to you at the moment. However, it does not speak of difficulties, but rather indicates a time when it is important to decide on your further path in life. The upright Two of Wands very often symbolizes preparations for travel, and sometimes the actual move to another country. However, it should be remembered that the Two of Wands in an upright position primarily refers to a partnership or some other kind of arrangement in which you pursue your goals together. It is a symbol of determination, self-confidence, but also the ability to negotiate. The Two of Wands in an upright position also heralds a time of new undertakings and great plans that have a chance of success. The energy associated with this card will allow you to achieve your goals if only you can get out of your current comfort zone and take the appropriate risks. However, the upright Two of Wands does not point to a specific event in itself, but only to a moment when you realize your potential and wish to achieve even more success. The Two of Wands in an upright position foretells business success.
Because the Two of Wands alludes very strongly to partnership. For this reason, in an upright position it will be a good sign in questions concerning both business and private relationships. In case of the former, the Two of Wands in an upright position indicates successful negotiations, talks, but also making joint plans and efforts for common success. In regard to emotional relationships the Two of Wands foretells a time of making decisions about your future together. This is an excellent time to make changes in your life, but it is necessary to think carefully about the plan and make the right decisions before you act. After the Ace of Wands, it also indicates a stage in your relationship when you can become even more involved in building your relationship. There is also a second meaning of the Two of Wands in the upright position, which can speak of both of you isolating yourself from each other and reflecting on the meaning of your relationship. The upright Two of Wands can also speak of one party trying to make a choice between two partners. For single people it heralds a time of new acquaintances, and many opportunities and choices in this field. Whatever your choice is it is necessary to make a decision that will allow you to move forward in life.
The reversed Two of Wands indicates indecision and difficulty in making choices, which may cause delays in the implementation of plans. It indicates a problem in defining long-term goals, as well as commitment to their realization. The card also very often talks about unexpected troubles, as well as loneliness or even isolation from other people. Thus, it will be a symbol of impending problems in matters where the input of two people is required. The person shown on the reversed position on the Two of Wands is not only stubborn, but also may overestimate his/her abilities and make unrealistic plans. For this reason actions taken may lead you to failure if the reversed Two of Wands represents you. On the other hand it may appear that situation requires from you more patience, but also courage in acting. Then, you may find that a situation requires more patience, but also more courage to act, but right now you have a fear of the unknown that could be paralyzing you from making a move. The reversed Two of Wands is pointing towards dissatisfaction, as well as external limitations to your abilities, especially if they relate to long distance travel and large investments.
The reversed Two of Wands in questions about permanent relationships indicates a difficulty in determining your future together. The card often symbolizes unwillingness to commit to an ongoing or new relationship. The reversed Two of Wands may also indicate that you are with each other only because of attachment and sense of security. However, the relationship is no longer satisfying, and under certain circumstances, it may even be limiting you from moving forward. Instead of taking risks and trying a new way of life, or trying to fix current problems, you are choosing to stagnate, which isolates you even more from the world around you, and from yourself. The reversed Two of Wands can also tell you that you want to move forward, but you are prevented from doing so by decisions you made earlier. In some situations, the card may also say that you have completely different plans for your life, and your path may be separated in some way. On the other hand, if until now one person in the relationship has not shown any initiative or action, the situation may completely turn around, and your relationship may finally improve. In case of single people the reversed Two of Wands may indicate difficulty in choosing a partner, or even desire to return to previous relationship.
2 of Wands, Two of Batons, 2 of Batons
Time, searching for its fulfillment, discovering new possibilities
Authority, wealth, independence, ability to combine opposites, success, which does not give joy, because it isolates from people
Underestimation, trouble, surprise, difficulty, fear, loneliness