The 5 Best Tarot Cards To Start Your Day

The 5 Best Tarot Cards To Start Your Day

When it comes to tarot card readings, there are some cards you definitely want to see in your readings — and some you definitely don’t. If you don’t know someone who reads the cards personally, you can try out the best online tarot reading instead.

The Best Tarot Cards For Good Luck

There are many tarot cards that show signs of future success in life, love, money, career, and family matters. Here are five of the best.

  1. The 10 of Cups — This card depicts ten golden cups as part of a rainbow over a fruitful landscape, with family and home featuring prominently. The card represents home, joy, pleasure, peace, contentment, happy families, close friends, and the ability to give and receive love. If there were a “happily ever after” card in the tarot deck, this would be it.

  2. The Wheel of Fortune — This 10th card in the Major Arcana shows a Wheel inscribed with esoteric symbols. In the four corners are an angel, an eagle, a bull, and a lion, all with wings, all holding books. They represent the Torah, which symbolizes wisdom and self-knowledge. A sphinx sits atop the Wheel, representing the wisdom of the gods, while Anubis lays below the Wheel, representing the underworld. A snake along the side of the Wheel represents the descent from the heavens to the earth. The Wheel represents good fortune, destiny, fate, advancement, and expecting the unexpected.

  3. The Sun — This 19th card of the Major Arcana shows the sun shining bright above a bed of flowers. In front of the flowers, a child rides a white horse, depicting innocence and purity. The horse is also a symbol of nobility and strength. The sun is the source of all life on the planet, and the card represents that. It signifies success and fulfillment, attainment of goals, health, wealth, and happiness.

  4. The Ace of Pentacles — The card depicts a hand emerging from clouds holding a giant pentacle above a verdant garden. It symbolizes opportunity, the realization of dreams, abundance, prosperity, bliss, and the combination of material and spiritual wishes.

  5. The Ace of Cups — This card shows a hand emerging from clouds holding a chalice with water flowing down from five directions, representing the five elements: air, earth, fire, water, and spirit. The card represents great abundance, fulfillment, joy, productiveness, and goodness overflowing.

Tarot Card Reading Preparation Tips

To prepare for a tarot card reading, or any online medium readings, you should make a list of questions you would like answered. They may not all be answered, but at least you have a starting place instead of going in without anything for the card reader to work with.

It may also be beneficial for you to find a psychic or medium who specializes in a certain area of life to do your tarot card reading. For example, if you were interested in whether you’d be meeting Mr. Right soon, you might want a psychic love reading.

While many tarot cards can be promising and favorable, the five we chose — the 10 of Cups, the Wheel of Fortune, the Sun, the Ace of Pentacles, and the Ace of Cups are the most advantageous. If they show up in your morning reading, you’re likely to have a great day.

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