Six Of Bows – Wildwood Tarot Deck
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I. The Description of Six of Bows Wildwood Tarot
In the center of the forest is a six-pointed star fire, made up of curved, trimmed, unstrung bows. It radiates light and heat, giving off a sign of the seasons. The fire is surrounded by the presence of all kinds of richness in the natural forest in summer.
II. The Meaning of Six of Bows Wildwood Tarot
A period of time to reap the benefits of summer abundance and receive rewards and blessings after the time of suffering. By patiently pursuing what you have sown, new growth is blessed with abundance and wealth. They humbly share our year-end wealth with those less fortunate than us.
III. The interpretation of Six of Bows Wildwood Tarot
Here we see a clearance that has been formed in the Wildwood. In its center, a fire burns brightly and this, in turn, is surrounded by six rough-hewn sticks, yet to be transformed into bows.
The Wheel is moving and it is time to enjoy the fruit and the reward of the summer. Perseverance signals generosity that will bring gifts and rewards for our efforts. Now is the time to allow a feeling of abundance to flow freely in and around you. Enjoy the pleasure and nourishment of the healing and revitalizing gifts. Occasionally, after a period of tough and intense struggles, a healthy rest is needed to re-arm and re-energize the soul, preparing to face the challenges of the coming winter.
The joy of sharing and giving one’s wealth to others is also a natural part of this process, helping to bring inner peace and satisfaction. These generous gifts will provide comfort to others, in the seasons to come. They also remind everyone that The Wheel continues to go on a stoic and familiar journey. Let be grateful and accept the blessings of the changes that are happening. We should share the generosity of the forest and socialize with the inhabitants of the Wildwood every day.
IV. The guideline of Six of Bows Wildwood Tarot
The riches of the season are gathered around this wheel and these heaps of nature’s bounty give the card its name: Abundance. While the card encourages us to share our own abundance, it also calls on us to recognize the work and patience spent in order to manifest such wealth. And that wealth can take many forms.
As you may be able to see from the image, there is a campfire burning in the center and you can see baskets of fruit and other goodies to the bottom. This location feels secret, hidden, almost like a surprise party.
This Wildwood Tarot card itself indicates that it is time to reap the benefits of the summer abundance. We have not had summer yet, but does that mean that we cannot be thankful for what we have or for what we are sowing?
The bows in this card are arranged like the spokes of the wheel, the wheel spins regardless of whether you want it or not. There is joy in sharing things, time, stories, wine, food, and companionship. It is a good feeling and if it should happen your way today then enjoy, participate in it, and appreciate it.
Today, the Six of Bows asks us to consider where we have struggled and worked hard in our lives and what abundance we have gained as a result. Now, just before the Solstice, is the time to give thanks for these blessings of abundance – what do you have to be thankful for? How will you share your blessings?
V. Keywords and extensions of Six of Bows Wildwood Tarot
The fire element, To not over-indulge, Giving and sharing with another, To enjoy the benefits of summer abundance, Derive joy from the sharing of your own abundance with others.