In the Three of Wands tarot card, you can see a man wearing a red robe with green standing on what appears to be the top of a cliff or hill looking out on the water as if to see the potential opportunities. The green on the man’s robe can represent your heart’s desires and the red can represent the same or symbolize being impatient. The land off in the distance can represent where you are heading and the land he is standing on can represent where you are, have been, or the unknown. The ships can represent feeling left behind, the opportunities ahead, or waiting for your turn.
Three of Wands Upright
- New opportunities
- Setting goals
- New ideas
- News coming
- Good advice
- Ships coming in
- Future visions
Three of Wands Reversed
- Overly confident
- Feeling blocked
- Missed opportunities
- Lack of plans
- Let go of what isn’t working
- Feeling hopeless
Questions to ask when pulling the Three of Wands tarot card:
- What do you want to accomplish?
- What opportunities do you see in front of you?
- Do you feel like you missed your opportunities?
- Have you been impatient while waiting for the right opportunities?
- Are you ready to make a move?
- Can you see things from a different perspective?
- Have you created a plan to turn your dreams into reality?
- Do you believe in your dreams?
- Are you losing hope or hopeful?
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