Queen of Wands
Basic Meaning of the Card (Rider-Waite)
The Queen of Wands is one of the court cards in the Minor Arcana of the Tarot and represents self-confidence, attraction, and creative energy. The card’s image shows a queen holding a flowering staff, which symbolizes that she possesses creative power and a strong connection to nature. It represents that we must sometimes be self-assured and attractive in order to achieve our goals and that we should embrace our creative energy and passion.
When the Queen of Wands appears reversed in a Tarot reading, it signifies a time of self-confidence, attraction, and creative energy. The card encourages you to be self-assured and to follow your passions and creative impulses. It is also a reminder that it is important to be attractive and to create a positive atmosphere around you, so that you can attract the people and opportunities you need to reach your goals. The Queen of Wands can also represent a person in your life who is self-confident, attractive, and creative.
If the Queen of Wands is upright in a reading, it can indicate that you are feeling insecure or lacking in self-confidence, which may be preventing you from following your passions and creative impulses. It can also mean that you are experiencing a period of negative energy or that you are having difficulty creating a positive atmosphere around you. The card encourages you to work on building your self-confidence and to be more mindful of how your attitude and energy affects others. It can also be a reminder that it is important to embrace your creative energy and passion, even when you feel insecure or down.
If the Queen of Wands appears in a reading alongside the Three of Pentacles and the Eight of Cups, it could be interpreted as by being self-assured and attractive (Queen of Wands) you will collaborate successfully with others (Three of Pentacles) and achieve a sense of emotional satisfaction and personal growth (Eight of Cups). The card encourages you to be self-assured and to follow your passions, while also working well with others and striving for emotional balance and satisfaction in your life.