The Sun Tarot Card – Major Arcana Card Meaning

The Sun Tarot

In this post, we’re going to look at the sun.

 

the sun tarot

The Sun tarot card upright

The Sun represents complete openness, clarity, enlightenment, trusting in yourself and the universe. It is a very productive card, a very fruitful card, extremely creative. It represents personal growth, great relationships, fruitful encounters feeling active, energized, open, childlike enthusiasm – being in a safe place to create and being true – being seen for who you truly are.

the sun tarot

Declaring your authentic self. This represents health and wholeness and this also represents friendship, community – being truly who you are in relationships and in your personal and professional life.

 

Best course of action with the Sun tarot card

Be yourself – trust that is enough, engage in creative activities. Celebrate all that you have, find your safe productive place and produce, engage with friends and family, be open honest and free. Just enjoy your life relax, exhale, spend time with children and those you love and trust. Choose health and take the time to smell the roses!

 

The Sun tarot reversed

This is such a powerful card that even reversed its there’s still goodness, but it might represent sort of cloud. Enjoy when the sun is shining still. Sometimes there are things in shadow. This can represent you feeling scared to be happy, not trusting in it. It’s good but with reservations.

sun reversed

It can indicate ill health or sickness. It can represent not being realistic or daydreaming about what could be this can be. This can be strife or conflict in a relationship. You can be feeling exposed or bruised from a rough encounter with someone once trusted. This can be not trusted in another or not trusting yourself. This can be being vain or arrogant. This can just simply represent tempered enthusiasm or having trouble working with others.

 

Best course of action for the Sun tarot reversed

This might simply be a call to be more realistic and more practical. Stop daydreaming about an ideal and work on what is a more practical solution. Embrace that when there is Sun there’s also shadows, close relationships can develop problems and be open can lead to being hurt. Tempter your enthusiasm, guard against being overly confident, tend to your health and be prudent to who you share what with – you might need to hold back just a little bit.

 

If you’d like to know more about the Major Arcana card meanings, you might like the following series of posts:

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