Ace of Arrows – Wildwood Tarot Deck
I. The Description of Ace of Arrows Wildwood Tarot
The head of the Uffington white horse stands out against the green grass below. It seems to be staring at us. There is an arrow dangling from its eye that indicates promise in the future. A spiral energy smoke is escaping from its mouth. The horse’s eyes are shining in the halo.
II. The Meaning of Ace of Arrows Wildwood Tarot
The symbol of Uffington white chalky hill is blowing up the breath of life – a rebirth in life combined with the knowledge you wish to possess and find ways to achieve. It is believed that if you stand on the Uffington white horse’s eyes and make a wish, you will possess wisdom, and your wish will come true.
III. The interpretation of Ace of Arrows Wildwood Tarot
By breathing life into our minds and pursuing thoughts toward valuable real-world creations, we re-establish ancient and unique bonds with the universe with the Divine. Our minds are connected with great consciousness, which is always waiting for questions to prove its power and influence. As soon as a thought or concept crystallizes for the first time in our mind, the primordial creative energy connects us to the breath of life. This energy can be summoned and applied to satisfy the longing in consciousness. The clarity in goal is key.
Sometimes, an unconscious stimulus or motivation will wake you up, make you understand the problem, as well as hidden needs. They may appear in dreams, signaling their existence. That you lack attention to them or lack confidence in your own abilities. Our unique bond with the universe will ensure all the problems we know about every day.
IV. The guideline of Ace of Arrows Wildwood Tarot
This Minor Arcana suit is associated with the element of Air and the concepts of logic, intellect, and communication. It represents Being in the Mind. The ten Minor Arcana cards of the suit cover the whole arc of Imbolc to Beltane. This means that each card represents a period of around 9 days. Today we look at the Ace of Arrows, the Breath of Life.
Just as our journey to Wildwood begins at the Time of Arrows, so the Ace of Arrows reminds us of our first moments in this world. It also reminds us that in order to shape our ideas, we need the Breath of Life to form them in our minds.
In the card, we see an upwards pointing arrow hanging above the eye of the Uffington White Horse. From the horse’s chalky mouth, the whispering energies curl up to seek expression in the air. The horse is thought to represent a tribal symbol perhaps connected with the builders of Uffington Castle.
Let’s take some time today to reflect on the image of the Ace: Sit on the cool grass in front of the magic arrow, feel the Breath of Life revolves around you, revive your mind, give you new insight and a sense of purpose for your plans and dreams. Today, the Ace of Arrows asks us: How does the Ace of Arrows perform in your life? Does it require you to let go of old thoughts and beliefs that no longer serve you? How about spring cleaning your mind?
V. Keywords and extensions of Ace of Arrows Wildwood Tarot
The air element, Tender and gentle love, The kiss of life, Renewal of inspiration, A reconnection to life, Truth and wisdom, Intellect and new thoughts A new beginning, A renewal of vitality combined with the knowledge, The vitality of life, The revival of strength.