The Sun. Tarot Lesson Basics.

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Tarot Card Meaning Lesson. The Sun in a reading is one of the more positive and optimistic cards to receive. It’s a welcome relief that circumstances are going to be what anyone would dream of.

The previous Moon card indicated secrets untold and living in the darkness, whereas the Sun card brings everything to light. The Sun is having everything cracked open. It is where the truth is revealed. It’s being brilliant, confident, alive, joyful, and accomplished. The Sun indicates positive things heading your way surrounding the question you asked.

Asking about a job you want, or about a relationship, home, career, then this card gives the resounding thumbs up, and it will be even better than you expect it to be. This is also the card of notoriety and fame where career is related.

The Sun can also be about finding enlightenment or being informed of the truth about something. It signifies happy times are on its way and the worst is over.

In a love reading, when asking about what this incoming potential partner is like, the Sun can be saying that this person is a warm, outgoing, sunny kind of person. They walk in a room and those around them are drawn to them as their personality radiates and shines brightly. They are likely popular, accomplished, playful, cheery, and successful. People feel this person’s love when they are focused on you. If you’re single, then this can be saying that the long term partner is coming into your life in a big way. If you’re dating or in a relationship, this card can indicate marriage or a stronger commitment. It can be a celebration or a good times up ahead with this person. This can also be used as the Summer time card for timing questions.

The Sun can also be about prosperity, marriage, home, wealth, achievement, positive well-being, life force, and good health. It’s the card of ultimate freedom and liberation. Even if it’s showing the end of a relationship, the break will feel as if a weight has been lifted.

Where the Moon card indicated something hidden, the Sun shines the spotlight on something big being revealed. What’s revealed may be what you don’t want to hear, but because it’s the Sun card, it will likely be followed by positive news surrounding something great. If a relationship is ending, the card can show there is someone new around the corner or that you’ll be happier out of this connection.

The image in this card typically shows a young child happily riding a horse with sunflowers scattered around. It just doesn’t get any better than that. The symbolism points to a period of good times, an awakening, letting your inner child out, and playfulness. It’s a feeling of profound freedom. Some of the symbolic meanings of the Sunflowers are longevity, adoration, joy, spiritual awakening, and good luck.


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