The Ace of Cups represents the seed of love and emotional connection. It represents the potential for emotional fulfilment, but being a tiny seed and the beginning of the journey of this suit, we don't yet know if that potential will be realised.
The suit of Wands represents the Element of Fire and in this suit we see life force itself, and things you for which you feel a passion. It can represent sexuality expressed physically, or directed towards other activities. The Ace of Wands represents the capacity to create new life physically and creatively. It can indicate the search for meaning and purpose in your life and a connection to something bigger than you.
Something that is important to me as a Tarot reader and teacher is helping people to take action in relation to their reading. A reading should not be a passive thing. It should be a jumping off point for change and evolution. So I developed the TarotCraft system for anyone to not just read Tarot cards but to use them as catalyst for change in their lives.
You don't need to know anything about Tarot, or even look at the faces of the cards, to use this technique. Just shuffle the deck and pull out seven cards. But no peeking! Keep them face down.
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