Your Ten Card Tarot Reading
A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.
To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.
Three of Wands
In order to be in the right place a the right time you have to know where you need to be! Here a woman takes the time to focus on her desires and ignites the creative spark necessary to drive her ambitions. Inner vision and creativity are tools. We get where we want to be when we harness these tools thru inner travel.
Ten of Wands
Never lose touch with your true hopes or decline to carry the full weight of the commitment you have made to your dreams. There is a special quality to the 10 of Wands, a singleness of purpose that only those who truly believe can know. The most important answer here is the one that concerns your sense of devotion and willingness to endure, to attain a personal goal by not giving up.
The teacup represents the Hermit in a meditative state - the state needed to enter into inner contemplation. The Hermit is relaxed and open, ready and willing to access his inner wisdom. The candle is the candle of spirit, the flame is the flame of wisdom - wisdom that comes from spirit. The Hermit is accessing his heart chakra, with the aid of the four elements and the rose quartz crystals. In his wisdom, he has grounded himself with the clear quartz crystal. Grounded and centered, the light of his acquired wisdom will brighten the path for himself, and for those that follow.
Page of Cups
To immerse yourself completely and lose yourself in the moment. To be creative and have fun. To have that childlike essence.
Five of Coins
When this card appears in a reading, it signifies a potentially difficult time of change, perhaps in the querent's financial life or work life or simply in meeting basic needs such as food and shelter. The stability of the Four of Coins has been thrown off kilter, and what seemed to be true is no longer so. What was whole is now split. What was stationary is now in motion. What was stagnant is now growing and changing. For example, a bad financial situation may be changing for the better. Or what appears to be a comfortable working environment may be changing for the worse. Whatever you think is true probably isn't any longer. This is a card that indicates a need for the querent to be cautious before acting, and to be prepared for some "growing pains."
The Emperor represents the principle of masculinity, not just in the human realm but also within the fabric of creation. He represents order, structure and control. Whereas the Empress is the power of creativity and fertility, the Emperor represents the ability to take formless matter and give it shape, organisation and structure. When he appears in a reading, he signifies control and orderly rule. On a practical level, he represents the laws and structure of society, be they good or evil.
In Space, No One Can Hear You Laughing. This Fool is a crazy-fun Fool. Childish and immature, but on a fun adventure. He has his best friend along for the ride, and is carried along himself by things he doesn't really understand. He is free floating, and has no real direction as yet. Maybe when he reaches the planet below...
Four of Wands
Contortion is an umbrella of skills. In this picture, two performers are showing contortion, but in different forms. The top is using an acrobatic tissue, and the bottom is using canes. The bottom figure must use much energy and concentration to stay up, while the aerialist can make a bind and hold on to stay up. In other words, the bottom figure is at the mercy of wands, while the top performer is doing the opposite and is in partial control. Both show skill and stability -- the backbone meaning of this card.