Using the Tarot for Creativity and Empowerment

Tarot Financial Abundance Experiment: Day 41

Deck: The Wizard’s Tarot
This post is part of my 45 Experiment:  Using the daily tarot draw to bring more financial abundance into our life. I will be using the Wizard’s Tarot by Corrine Kenner and John J. Bluemen for this experiment’s deck.

Day 41: What can I do to bring more financial abundance into my life?

Queen of Wands

queen of wands from the wizards tarot image

We certainly have drawn a lot of Wand cards recently; not surprising though considering that our query involves finances and business.  Today’s card is the Queen of Wands, a fiery card of empowerment and getting things done.  While this queen is often about business and power, there is a nurturing side to her as well.  This card reminds me that business/commerce does not have to be cold and heartless — it can nurture and serve others while still creating a living for the businessperson.  This resonates strongly with me as I have chosen a career path which allows me to help others (Tarot counseling & Reiki) and reminds me to continue to focus on this aspect of my career – that of being of service to others.  I’m a strong believer that if you help others, you help yourself in the process and grow as a person.

Nurturing aside, the Queen of Wands also represents power & empowerment – and urges us to go after with passion that which we desire.  Sometimes, the Queen of Wands recommends self-improvement programs which allow us to progress in life and again, empower ourselves.  This Queen is about action, about doing things; so rather than just thinking about how she could improve herself, she goes out there with enthusiasm and does it.  A reminder that leading a busy & active life, paired with our creative will, allows us to progress towards growth and advancement (and financial abundance!).

This is one of my favorite cards in the deck.  By the look on her face and the stance she is taking, I feel this Queen is all about empowerment – taking control and not taking any BS from anyone.

An important thing to remember when working with the queens, is that they are nurturers — they motivate and encourage others to realize the potential of their suit.  In this case, the Queen of Wands would bring out qualities for passion, fire, excitement and independence in others.  This helped me to realize that when working with clients, the goal is to help others — this is, in my humble opinion, the difference between a client and a customer.  A customer buys something from you and walks away whereas you use your resources & expertise to “help” clients.  Thus, this card reminds me to always think about how I can best help & serve my clients – those who come to me for readings as well as those who receive information from my blog.  By continuing to focus my energies on helping and ensuring that my clients are receiving the best value for their money and time, I can do my best to make sure that my clients will want to come back to me in the future.

Jobs/occupations for the Queen of Wands: Entrepreneur, project manager, consultant, workshop leader, motivational speaker, self-help writer or teacher, CEO, sales, Human Resources professional, construction, landscaper, homesteader, artist/craftsperson, forger, artist, company reorganizer consultant, Public Relations specialist

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