What are the luckiest Tarot cards in the deck? This article selects the cards to consider in a tarot card reading as the best omens of good fortune.
Tarot cards can be a great way not only to envision the future, but also to focus on it and, through the power of positive thinking, attract good things into your life. Each tarot reading begins with a question to which the seeker can actively request guidance or even help bring good luck on his or her path. It cannot be definitively said that a particular card is always lucky or that another card is a sign of bad luck because the meaning of each card depends on the context and its relationship to other cards in the reading. However, there are some cards in the tarot deck that have such strong energy and are so auspicious that they are invariably a sign of good luck or another looming in the path of the questioner. The following is a list of cards that you really want to appear in a tarot card reading:
This is really a great card to receive. It speaks of harmony and happiness, healthy relationships, and a feeling of unity. The sun has always been a metaphor for the truth. When we say that we can ‘see the light’ we mean that we can see the truth in a situation. When we speak of “enlightening” we mean achieving a level of understanding. As the supreme source of light, the Sun is therefore a powerful symbol of knowledge and understanding. Ignorance can be a blessing, but knowledge is power. Only when we truly understand a situation do we have the power to transform it and get what we want. The sun is also associated with greatness and success, so when this card appears it is a positive reminder that we too can be “bright” and truly “shine.”
Ace of coins
The Ace of Coins represents a doorway to a new and more prosperous way of being. It talks about stability and perseverance and achieving visible results. It is not a card of fanciful dreams and cake in heaven ideas, but it is a great card to appear when you find yourself in a situation where you need more solidity, stability and concrete changes in your life.
Wheel of Fortune
The Wheel of Fortune is one of the few cards in the traditional tarot deck that does not include a human figure. This is appropriate because it deals with those things that are beyond human control. Depending on one’s beliefs, this could be seen as the Power of God, the Law of Karma, or just fate. This card serves as a reminder that although many of us would like to believe that we are in complete control of our lives, there are forces at work on us that are beyond our influence and understanding. When this card appears, it can be a powerful sign that things are starting to turn in our favor. The wheel concept is revealing because it suggests that there are cycles and patterns underlying these influencing forces.
Six of wands
The Six of Wands represents victory and success. It is the letter of the athlete who trains, sacrifices, sweats and finally wins. We all need both big and small triumphs in our lives and the Six of Wands appears when these successes are just around the corner. This card can also represent feeling good about ourselves and our accomplishments.
Imagine a chariot launched into battle driven by a team of charging horses. It must have been an impressive sight. This is the image the card conjures up: a powerful one-man fighting unit ready to fight and conquer the world. The Chariot represents this spirit and the determination to triumph in all the battles we face in life. There are times when it is okay to go with the flow and there are times when commitment is the best approach; But when this card appears it is a reminder that fortune favors the brave, and as long as you act confidently, you will be blessed with success. However, it is important to remember that many of our conflicts are internal, so this card should not be taken as a license to go out and fight the world.
Three of Cups
The Three of Cups is the card of joy, love and celebration without limits. In cultures that uphold the philosophy that we live to work, it can be difficult to take seriously our deep need as human beings to bond with one another and celebrate our union. After all, what is the point? What does it achieve? But the celebration is an end in itself. We could also ask (but rarely do) ‘What’s the point of living to work? Where is the joy in that? but also ‘What greater joy and security is there to know that one is loved and capable of loving?’
The world simply represents fullness and fullness. Having the world at your fingertips means having everything one could wish for and therefore being self-sufficient and satisfied. However, in reality, satisfaction is not so much what we have but how we feel. A monk or hermit may be satisfied with just his begging bowl and a sleeping cave, while a wealthy man may find little peace no matter what part of the world he owns. The card represents the promise of fullness and inner fulfillment. These feelings can come to all of us from time to time and the card reminds us to make the most of them when they do.