Five of Wands Tarot
Symbolism in Five of Wands tarot card
The five wands have the potential to form a pentacle if the people work together. The wands clash together symbolising conflict and competition. The people are only using their wands to strike against the other wands rather than each other symbolising no one is getting seriously hurt. The uneven ground symbolises difficulty in moving forward. The five people are all wearing different coloured clothes symbolising there is no team, each man to his own.
Five of Wands tarot card and Astrology
Five of wands tarot card meanings upright
Five of wands in a general reading
Five of Wands tarot card denotes standing up for what is important to you, even if it means meeting some opposition. Five of wands can denote arguments and quarrels. Everyone want to get their opinions across and there is tension. Five of wands can mean people have personality clashes and they find themselves easily irritated by others.
Five of wands in a love reading
In a love reading, Five of wands tarot card denotes arguments between couples. If single, the Seeker might find it hard to stand out, and they might feel like the single market is too competitive.
Five of wands in a career reading
In a career reading, Five of wands tarot card signifies competitive jobs, sporting careers and physical work.
Five of wands as Feelings
Five of wands as feelings denotes the Seeker is feeling irritated and emotionally dysregulated. They could be easily triggered. If you are asking what someone feels about you, Five of wands can mean this person feels a bit threatened by your presence and you could have hit a nerve with them. In a relationship, Five of wands speaks of the need to clear the air between the couple. Five of wands speaks of the need for more emotional freedom in a relationship and also in the seeker’s life in general. Yin and Yang are in a perfect dance.
Personality types in Five of Wands tarot card
Five of wands tarot card indicates someone who has problems with authority figures and experts. They doubt themselves and cover up their insecurities by hiding behind a cold and prideful posterior. This is someone who is fighting their own insecurity issues and are often in fight mode. As a result, they suffer exhaustion and get overwhelmed and stressed by the smallest of changes. They need to be more patient with themselves and others. They have a tendency to overreact and make things out to be a lot worse than what it is. This is someone who is fighting a battle with themselves and is, therefore, fighting the whole world.
Five of Wands tarot card reversed indicates loss of individuality. There is a struggle to stand out among others equally talented. The seeker might have no faith in winning and therefore doesn’t even try. This card also shows up reversed when there is a fear of conflict and a fear of success. The seeker might be overly defensive, believing everyone is attacking them.
Personality types in reversed Five of wands tarot card
Five of wands tarot card reversed denotes someone who needs special love and attention. They need to know that they matter and that they are special. They often get ignored as they tend to have low self-esteem and issues with speaking up for themselves. They are easily overpowered which feeds their low self-image. They often give up easily, believing they are failures. They want to be an individual but are afraid to stand out in case they get attacked.
Tip to the reader: Five of Wands reversed can denote that the seeker needs to ‘find themselves’. They need to do some soul-searching and find out who they are. Once they are in touch with their essence their life will start flowing in amazing ways.
Five Of Wands Tarot Card Combinations
Some important tarot card combinations including Five of wands:
5 of wands + The Fool: A newcomer.
5 of wands + The Magician: Practising a talent.
5 of wands + The High Priestess: Initiation. Inner changes.
5 of wands + The Emperor: Challenging authorities.
5 of wands + The Hermit: Helping others reach their goals.
5 of wands + The Wheel of Fortune: Standing out from the rest.
5 of wands + The Hanged Man: Feeling left out.
5 of wands + Temperance: Bridging the gap between cultures and class systems in society. Activism.
5 of wands + The Tower: Being led astray.
5 of wands + The Moon: Exploring creative individualism.
5 of wands + Three of cups: Jealousy.
5 of wands + Four of cups: Restlessness.
5 of wands + Six of cups: Raising children.
5 of wands + Seven of cups: Time wasting.
5 of wands + Nine of cups: Protecting your habitat.
5 of wands + Knight of cups: Business politics.
5 of wands + Ace of pentacles: Job interview.
5 of wands + Two of pentacles: Turning a creative venture into a business opportunity.
5 of wands + Three of pentacles: Work rivalry.
5 of wands + Six of pentacles: Computer games.
5 of wands + Ten of pentacles: Family conflicts.
5 of wands + Page of pentacles: Reinventing yourself.
5 of wands + Ace of swords: Having your beliefs challenged.
5 of wands + Two of swords: Conflict resolution.
5 of wands + Three of swords: Breakdown in communication. Misunderstandings.
5 of wands + Four of swords: Bordering to burn-out. Old-couple bickering.
5 of wands + Seven of swords: Outsmarting others. Confusing others on purpose.
5 of wands + Eight of swords: Self-doubt.
5 of wands + Page of swords: Getting on people’s nerves.
5 of wands + Queen of swords: Playing your own game.
5 of wands + King of swords: Skill shortage.
5 of wands + Ace of wands: Waiting for the right time.
5 of wands + Two of wands: Being original.
5 of wands + Three of wands: Rudeness.
5 of wands + Four of wands: Multiculturalism.
5 of wands + Six of wands: Fighting for recognition.
5 of wands + Eight of wands: Athleticism.
5 of wands + Page of wands: A dramatic personality.
5 of wands + Knight of wands: A strong personality
Five of wands tarot card meanings summary
There is a time to follow and there is a time to lead. The Five of wands tarot card speaks of a time where you are somewhere in between. You are not sure if you are ready to lead, but you are not trusting in who to follow either. The result is often bickering and pity conflicts. One of you will have to take the lead, even if it means sticking your neck out. If you don’t like the leader, and you don’t want to be a leader, you might end up a loner. Find out who you are and what you believe in, and your life will become so much easier. You are not meant to follow everyone, however, you are not meant to fight everyone either. Finding out who you are and believing in yourself will make you less argumentative and more able to stand on your own two feet.