The Ostara Tarot. Strength, the Moon, VI of wands.
I love this deck. For me the cards are relatable and call to mind ways I have felt. This deck calls to mind the ways others may have understood me or themselves. The cards are pragmatic. Meanings are clear and leave readers and sitters room to share, opening conversational doors.
The warrior keeps her familiar close by. She understands that strength is closely related to her ability to be vulnerable. She may be scared, scarred and bruised but she carries on. The cities on her shoulder imply the weight of her responsibilities.
The 🌙 suggests she is equally strong at pursuing her personal dreams. She can temper her goals by acknowledging that dreams and illusions may confuse unless plans and intuition are balanced. The 6 of wands shows attainment of goals and dreams. It also shows success in the public eye. The 6 of wands is also about a person who is confident is what they are doing. Sixes in general share imply that one is nearing completion of something and the resolution will be positive. Wands imply action suggesting that actions are resulting in nearing a goal. This encouraging reading is timely, coinciding with the rebirth that Spring brings.