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Ten of Wands

The Ten of Wands is the tenth card in the suit of Wands in the Minor Arcana.

Card meaning

The card typically illustrates a figure struggling to carry ten large wands, all bundled together. The figure’s back is bent under the weight, and he appears burdened, as if the load he carries is too heavy for him.

The Ten of Wands represents burdens, responsibilities, stress, and feeling overwhelmed. It signifies a situation where one has taken on too much and might be struggling to cope. The card is a reminder that while ambition and taking on challenges is commendable, one must also know their limits.

Recognize your limits and avoid overburdening yourself; it's okay to ask for help.

The card may describe someone with a strong sense of responsibility, possibly to a fault, who often feels overwhelmed or burdened by the weight of their duties.

Fool card about Feelings

(Relationship, Love)

In love, the Ten of Wands can indicate feeling burdened or overwhelmed by a relationship. It might also symbolize one partner taking on most of the responsibility or feeling that they are carrying the weight of the relationship.

Card about Health

Concerning health, it might indicate exhaustion, burnout, or stress from taking on too much. A sign to take a step back and prioritize self-care.

Tarot Card in Finances

In financial contexts, this card could suggest that someone feels overwhelmed by financial responsibilities, possibly due to debts or too many obligations.

Jobs: Jobs with high responsibility or workload, such as managerial roles, caregiving professions, or roles in which an individual manages multiple tasks or projects simultaneously.

The Ten of Wands underscores the essence of responsibility and the possible pitfalls of taking on too much, emphasizing the importance of balance and self-awareness.

General meaning: Burden, Responsibility, Overwhelm, Stress, Exhaustion, Duty, Struggle, Overextension, Weight, Overload.
Places: Workplaces with high demands, overloaded offices, places of responsibility, or any environment where the burdens of work or duties are felt heavily.

Reversed Card

When reversed, the Ten of Wands suggests releasing burdens, delegating tasks, or the end of a stressful period. Alternatively, it might indicate an internal struggle with burdens that aren’t being openly acknowledged.

Numerological vibration : 1
Card number: 10
Type pf Suit: Wands
Other names: The Lord of Oppression

Remember to have your own interpretation. Focus and feel individual energy that flows from the Tarot Card.