SUNLIGHT is known to uplift moods and help things grow, and the same can be said for when The Sun card is drawn in tarot card readings.
The Sun card does have different meanings depending on how and where it is drawn in a reading.
What does The Sun tarot card mean?
The Sun tarot card upright represents positive feelings and optimism. When one draws The Sun upright, they can feel comfort in knowing that radiance and abundance is on its way or surrounding them already, according to Biddy Tarot.
Stand true to who you are and remain honest with yourself. The Sun card upright tells you that things are looking up, and if you’re going through a hard time, things will soon get better.
“The Sun connects you to your power base – not fear-driven, egotistical power, but the abundant, inner energy radiating through you right now,” Biddy Tarot states.
The Sun upright also indicates a time where physical energy and vitality will increase.
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What does The Sun tarot card mean in reverse?
The Sun card drawn in reverse as an opposing meaning.
According to Biddy Tarot, The Sun card in reverse could mean you’re struggling to look on the brighter side or to see positive things in your life.
When you draw The Sun in reverse, it could mean your inner-child is itching to get out and play. You may have neglected your inner-child due to the hustle and bustle of a working lifestyle, and it could be affecting both your psyche and physical being.
The Sun card in reverse tells you to let yourself get loose, to try to step back from the things in life that could be causing you stress or worry.
Biddy Tarot states that The Sun is never a negative card, even in reverse, so have no fear. If you draw The Sun in reverse, it’s just a reminder to explore the things that bring you joy rather than getting caught up in the things that don’t.
What are the Major Arcana cards in Tarot?
The Fool – Beginnings, innocence, spontaneity, a free spirit
The Magician – manifestation, resourcefulness, power
The High Priestess – intuition, sacred knowledge, divine feminine
The Empress – Femininity, beauty, nature
The Emperor – authority, establishment, structure
The Hierophant – spiritual wisdom
The Lovers – love, harmony, relationships
The Chariot – control, willpower, success
Justice – fairness, truth, law
Strength – strength, courage, influence
The Hermit – soul searching, inner guidance
Wheel of Fortune – good luck, karma, life cycles
The Hanged Man – pause, surrender, letting go
Death – endings, change, transitions
Temperance – balance, moderation, patience
The Devil – shadow self, addiction, restriction
The Tower – sudden change, upheaval, chaos
The Star – hope, faith, purpose, spirituality
The Moon – illusion, fear, anxiety
The Sun – positivity, fun, warmth, success
Judgment – rebirth, inner calling
The World – completion, accomplishment, travel
Another thing The Sun in reverse could mean is that one is overly confident to the point of being dishonest with themselves and those around them. If this is the case, a reality check could be in store.
What are The Sun tarot card’s keywords?
According to Biddy Tarot, the keywords for the upright Sun card are positivity, fun, warmth, success, and vitality.
The keywords for the reversed Sun tarot card are inner child, feeling down, and overly optimistic.
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