All Aces indicate beginnings, and the Ace of Wands centres around the beginnings of new work and enterprise. It is a positive card that encourages you to go out there and chase your dreams. If the Ace of Wands appears, you are most likely on the brink of a new business venture or possibly a new partnership, and your creative juices will be flowing.
The Ace of Wands suggests that you are feeling energetic and inspired, and ready to face a new challenge. You are full of ideas and want to see them come alive. Now is the time to take opportunities and run with them. You may be feeling cautious and want to take your time because you’re unsure of whether what you have planned will succeed, but take a second to listen to your gut instinct; if you’ve had an idea and it sounds good, then it most likely is, so go with it.
Move forward, even if it’s just by taking baby steps. The smallest action is still action, and it is the beginning of something great. As soon as you start, things will begin to grow, and things will carry on and work out exactly as they’re meant to. It will take a lot of hard work on your part, and you can’t expect things to just take care of themselves, but as long as you invest your time, passion and your creativity in whatever it is you want to achieve, you will be ensuring your success.
If the Ace of Wands is drawn in reverse, it can indicate that you’re struggling to find direction and focus on what exactly it is that you want. You’re lacking inspiration and motivation, and aren’t doing anything to achieve your goals. Perhaps you are burdened by responsibilites that make it impossible to pursue what it is you actually want to do, and you are getting increasingly frustrated by whatever it is that’s standing in your way. You are losing patience and therefore not giving yourself the chance to figure out how to overcome these obstacles.
Be patient, and deal with one thing at a time. Take some time out to figure out what is important to you, and what can be put aside. What is getting in your way? Focus on that first, and figure out how you can get past it so that you can focus your full attention on what you really want.