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The Four of Wands
Leaving everyone and everything you have come to love behind you isn't an easy task. However, there are times in our lives when we have to make this kind of change to allow our spirit the freedom to grow. The celebration concerning this type of change is the message inherent in the Four of Wands.

The Three of Wands
The Two of Wands is about making spiritually based decisions. The Three of Wands takes these decisions one step further. In essence this card represents bringing the thought process into physically based reality.

The Two of Wands
The Two of Wands speaks of choices. There are crossroads in all of our lives which offer two or more suitable outcomes. But, should we follow our head or our heart? Or, should we listen to that small voice that is our spiritual intuition?

The Suit of Wands People
The suit of Wands relates to spirituality, life purpose rather than career, intuition, family, and practical issues. Wand people tend to be natural problem solvers who rely almost exclusively on their intuition for guidance.

My Fool's Journey
What I learned about myself while writing about the Fool's journey is nothing short of amazing. I have followed the Fool through the darkness and into the light. This is the story of my own individual Fool's journey.

The Ten of Cups
The Ten of Cups reveals the culmination of heartfelt dreams, hopes, plans and wishes. Because Cups represent emotion, the final outcome would have been brought about through the process of tears, fears, doubts and frustrations as well as joy, laughter and much love.

The Nine of Cups
The best definition of the Nine of Cups would be "putting all your cups in a row". This card represents completion of cycle and a sense of contentment with the way one's life has turned out. The only problem is that with a sense of completion sometimes comes a sense of complacency.

The Eight of Cups
Sometimes it seems that your only option in life is to walk away from it all and start over. Sometimes this is the right choice and sometimes the loose ends you left behind catch up with you. The Eight of Cups is all about making choices and dealing with the consequences.

The Seven of Cups
Crossroads in life aren't always easy. In fact, they are usually pretty difficult. And, in a lot of instances, what appears to be the correct pathway is actually filled with potholes and quicksand. The Seven of Cups speaks to us about these potential crossroads and pathways.

The Six of Cups
Nostalgia is a good feeling. When we look at old photographs that bring back memories of loved ones and good times we get lost in the reverie of times past. The Six of Cups is a card of nostalgia and reverie.. and getting lost in dreams of long ago..

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