Birth · Beginning Creativity · Inventiveness · New beginnings
Aces of any color usually indicate new beginnings and are generally very positive.
Wands mean the sphere of achievement and are usually associated with work and career.
If you are having a hard time and see the Ace of Wands in your reading, know that soon it will get better!
Ace of Wands – tarot card meaning
This card means optimism and hope for the future – for an important reason! You will probably feel full of energy and positive attitude soon. The Aces also say that now is a good time to start something new. What will you start?
If you are single, the appearance of this card may mean the beginning of a new love relationship coming in your direction. Make yourself available to love in any way that makes sense to you. If you are in a relationship, the Ace of Wands tells you that your relationship is waiting for a “new beginning” and you will reach a new level of mutual understanding. Express yourself.
The appearance of this card is usually a sign of a return for the better in terms of fortune and wealth, and sometimes it may even indicate cash gifts or dips from unexpected sources (but it certainly does not mean that someone must die so you can get a drop). Of course, this gift does not have to be money – any kind of gift that has value for both the donor and the recipient can be announced by the Ace of Wands.
You have a new beginning. This can take the form of a new stage in life, a new venture, a new project or a new source of inspiration.
To succeed, you need to think clearly and plan ahead. There is a void in your life waiting to be fulfilled, and it is your duty to fulfill it. Prepare for survival, filling this void with something that will positively affect your new beginning.
YES or NO Tarot Reading – Ace of Wands
The Ace of Wands is an ingenious, creative card that announces a kind of passionate reunification, positive new beginnings or the birth of something powerful and inspiring in your life.
It can be a new project or something creative, which is nicer.
The answer to your question is most likely: YES.