Princess/Page of Wands

Upright/Well Dignified:

As a person: This is a person that doesn’t seem to run out of energy. If there’s a young man or woman that’s running around the office or for that matter, the back yard, then that person is showing you the perfect example of a Page of Wands. They’re full of life and have a seemingly endless supply of new things that they want to try. That being said, once their mind is set on one task, there is nothing on heaven or earth that can stop them.

The Page of Wands is often a person with more energy that sense, so having somebody that can show them a few things in order to at least keep them out of trouble will be a godsend. The Page of Wands is not a good leader, but can be a very passionate supporter of a cause.

As a Situation: This is the beginning of a venture that is going to be rather exciting with lots of ups and downs. If you feel like you’re not sure what’s going on, then there’s a reason for that. This venture was probably planned AFTER it was started as Wands wait for no one. That doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have a goal though. It definitely does, but problems will probably pop up due to lack of planning, but a desire to get things done.

Being caught up in the energy of others could be what this card is hinting at, or perhaps the energy could be yours. Be careful that you recognise what you need to be doing, in order to ensure that what needs to be completed will be. The big message here is that while what you’re initially being told might fill you with energy, it is far from the end of the story. There is more information coming, but what you will find out will be unexpected, so while you’re passionate about something, recognise that you don’t know everything about the situation yet. Make no decisions until you’re certain that you know what’s going on.

Ill dignified/reversed:

As a person: Hyperactivity. Need I say more? This person has TOO MUCH energy to be considered normal and there may be something stopping the energy from getting out. It might be a simple case of imbalanced diet that can be readily fixed. That being said, they may be overcompensating for something that they feel is a personal failing.

There is also the possibility that something much more serious such as a mental or emotional block could be occuring with this person. This is the kind of block that stops this person from getting things out of their system properly, which will make them expend too much energy in other, often more destructive, ways.

As a situation: There is some minor issue that is causing things to back up and be a thorn in many people’s sides, which has been often pushed to the side or outright ignored. This minor hiccup could block work flow, interrupt the possibility of spending time with family or friends, or lead to foolish, risk-taking behaviour in some more extreme cases.

The big problem here isn’t the fact that it’s a small issue, but that it’s a consistent issue that keeps on appearing. Try to figure out why it keeps on recurring and you may be able to nip it in the bud before it appears at a time when there is the threat of major problems occurring. Don’t just deal with something “as it comes up” recognise that it will keep on appearing and set things in motion to disarm it completely. While consistency is a good thing in many respects, some things just don’t need to be there.

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