19 - The Sun Tarot Card Meeting

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This post explores the Sun Tarot Card Meaning. The featured Sun tarot card is from The Light Seer’s Tarot deck (paid link)

Planet: The Sun

Element: Fire

Hermetic Kabbalah Element: 30 – Resh

Themes

  • Joy and living in the present moment

  • Positive outcome, celebration, success, and achievement

  • Inner child, youthful energy, happiness, and playfulness

The Sun Tarot Card Meaning – In a reading

  • Positive outcome – there is no worry in the world

  • Simply enjoying existence

  • No agendas or hidden influences, everything is just as you see it, and it’s beautiful.

  • A time to reflect on the obstacles you have overcome and take time to celebrate success.

  • Can indicate success and positive growth.

Symbolism in card

  • A child riding a white horse bareback = Mastery of animal instincts, the child within has been healed

  • Radiant sun = joy and warmth

  • Wall in background = obstacles have been overcome

High expression

  • Enjoying life and celebrating successes

  • Having gratitude and recognizing blessings in life.

Shadow side

  • Immaturity

  • Allowing yourself to burn out

  • Wanting to shine so much that you outshine others.

Magical Uses

  • Working with the element of fire – lighting candles, bomb fires

  • Daytime magic

  • Incorporating Sun energy into your altar space with the color “yellow”, candles, and lights.

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