Tarot Card Description & Meanings
The Sun: This card shows a young child sitting on a horse with some sunflowers raised towards the large sun. The sunflowers represent the four suits of the Tarot (and relate to the four elements).
This card represents the light of the higher self. It is also the life-force of the Earth. This card shows a time of safety after a period of stress and pressure. Health improves and so does the spirit.
This card shows us that all is right with our world and our future looks great.
The presence of The Sun advises you that what you need at this time is understanding. Once you can see your situation for what it is you will easily be able to act in a more enlightened way. This card's appearance may indicate a time for making important decisions, as its light can give you insight and illumination. It could, however, be a time for research, in order to gain greater knowledge on which to base these decisions.
Meaning - upright
What this upright card means
Upright, this card has the following meanings:
- rewards for past efforts come through.
- successes, happiness and satisfaction with life.
- what we had suppressed is now being asserted in our life.
- awakening of a higher field and forgiveness for past hurts.
- an enjoyable time when life just feels great.
Meaning - reversed
What this reverse card means
Reversed, this card has the following meanings:
- guard against failure to face facts.
- stuck in the past and hurts from the past - in ability to move forward from these.
- guard against being arrogant.
- plans may be changed and we should proceed with caution on the new path.
- lacking faith in ourself to make our own happiness.
- Key Meaning: celebration and good life.
- Mythology: No Meaning.
- Astrology: Sun, Aries: new beginings, power to surge forward.
- Numerology: 1: happiness and success.
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The Hanged Man