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The Sun tarot card meaning and full tarot card description

The Sun

The Sun tarot card meaningKeywords: *Happiness *Success *Health

The Sun tarot card meaning

The Sun on the tarot card shows a child and a white horse, the child is bright and happy and is a symbol of newness, youth, vitality and life.

The child is also symbolic of our inner spirit and the importance of being in touch with our true nature. The white horse which the child rides represents light and purity of spirit. The horse is calm and tame, without a saddle or harness. Symbolic of being in control with our inner and outer worlds. The child’s arms are open and the horse without the harness represents a voluntary presence and contentment. This signifies free will, surrender and positivity.

The orange banner next to the child depicts vibration and action. Mastering manifesting what we want, the Sun in the card represents the same thing. If you have been working towards a goal you will now see this flourish.

The bright Sun in the card is symbolic of the source of all life on earth. It is denoting happiness, fulfilment, joy and energy.

The four sunflowers in the background represent life and the four suits of the Minor Arcana, as well as the four elements, earth, air, fire and water.

What does the Sun card represent?

When the Sun tarot card is brought up in a reading it is a very good sign. The card is symbolic of success, happiness, attainment of insight and awareness. Growth in an area and enlightenment.

It could represent a time of achieving greatness. Prominence has arrived and you are being elevated to a new level or stage of success. It could also mean that there will be a new birth or that you will experience a period of vitality, health and wellness and feeling energised.

All images in this article are courtesy of The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

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