The Two of Wands glorifies individual courage and greatness. This card takes advantage of the same energy as the Magician, but with one important difference. The magician represents the archetype of power: the impersonal energy of creativity and the strength. The Two of Wands represents that power brought to Earth and made personal. Personal power is an invigorating strength that fills you and gives you the courage to be great. A powerful person is like an magnet that attracts all those within a given area.
True power always comes from the Divine. It passes through us and then flows into the world. When we understand this relationship, we are blessed because this flow brings with it a tremendous feeling of expansion and satisfaction. We feel we can achieve anything. Problems develop when we forget that we are not the source of power, just its conduit. We must be careful not to let the intoxicating feelings that come with power overwhelm our good sense and blind us to our true desires and intentions
In the readings, the Two of Cups indicates that power is a major problem in the situation. You or someone else has it or wants it. When you see this card, carefully observe its goals and activities to make sure you are using power wisely. Do not support power for yourself, but enjoy it when it serves your valuable purposes. Take this gift and give it to mold your environment in a positive way.
The Tarot Two Cup can also represent an extra dose of boldness and inventive. When you see this card, trust it's the right time for the bold and creative move that will leave you speechless. Forget the subtlety and the tired old approaches. Unleash yourself and you'll be surprised by the results.
The Two of Wands represents the ability to give and receive good advice. So, act accordingly. This card encourages us to exchange ideas and get them started. We need that energy flow to know if what we offer is feasible. What do you think of this idea? Do we develop it together? We will make the decision at the end of the day.
Are you a good advisor to yourself?
He asks for advice but does not listen when given to him, expects others to undertake ideas, cannot make decisions.
Launch new ideas, listen to the opinions of others.