Much like your natal chart, where one house bleeds into another and makes you who you are, Tarot cards lead from one into another. The Six of Wands is the success and victory you’ve achieved from going through the hardship of the Five of Wands. You’ve come out on the other side, you’ve done what you’ve set out to do, and you know that, despite all your self-doubt, you’re capable. More than capable. You’re proud of your accomplishments and confident in your abilities and the fact that you earned this.
When the card is reversed, maybe you didn’t get all you wanted. Or, maybe you did, but you feel what you managed to do is nothing compared to what other people have done. Or, maybe you were more successful than you could have ever imagined and are twisting yourself up because it was a fluke. It couldn’t possibly be because of your own talent and hard work. I wish I could say that there is an easy way out of this mindset, but there isn’t. Whether it’s comparing yourself to others or being highly self-critical, it doesn’t matter what anyone says to try and dissuade you from this belief. It’s just like any other self-destructive habit people can have, you can only change it when you choose to. The only way out is through.
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