Wheel of Fortune

Upright/Well Dignified: The Wheel of Fortune is first and foremost, a card about luck. More specifically, being in the right place at the right time for this good luck to work for you. This doesn’t mean that good things will just happen to you (although they very well may) but that the situations that you find yourself in will show themselves to be the launching pad for better things, as long as you’re willing to follow up with consistent effort. When the Wheel of Fortune shows up in a reading, you’d be an idiot not to.

The Wheel of Fortune is a card of movement, evolution and positive change. All of these things ┬ácan be easily symbolised by the number ten,which can also be symbolic for new beginnings, or finding yourself in a similar situation with new insights. The new beginnings are the type that are often building on the old, enhancing previous experiences with new insights and being in a position to put these insights into action. There’s a lot more growth that can happen when the Wheel of Fortune shows up, often with people being than a little surprised at how well you seem to be doing with things.

Sometimes, this is a card that’s trying to draw your attention to the natural cycles of life, often about shifting from one stage to another. The life lessons from your personal history might be brought up in new situations, giving you an opportunity to show the world that you’ve learned your lessons and are willing to take on new responsibilities as well as the rights and opportunities that go with them.

 

Reversed/Ill Dignified: There are a few different ways that a reversed Wheel of Fortune can be seen as. One of the most common is just simple bad luck. There are times when shit just happens and a reversed Wheel of Fortune is there to tell you that today, you get the short end of the stick. Remember, every wheel has a bottom and just because today you’re under it doesn’t mean that this is a permanent thing.

This could be a sign that the choices that you’re making aren’t going to pay off as there are details that you’re missing. You could have glossed over something and missed a small but important detail. Every spoke in the wheel is important for a different reason and missing even one can create more than one issue if not fixed.

It could be a case of being in a new situation and having a new opportunity to grow, but being unable to do so due to responding to things in the same way that you always have. This can create chaos until you find your bearings, but that shouldn’t be too difficult to do. The Wheel has a habit of righting itself after a little while.

All up, the Wheel of Fortune reversed is telling you that the luck you’re experiencing right now doesn’t have to be permanent, as long as you’re willing to change it.

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