The Ten of Wands is the card of burden, responsibility, obligation, duty, stress, and burnout. The card depicts a man carrying a large bundle of sticks. His back is bent by the weight of the sticks. He is weighed down by the heavy load. However, he is almost at his destination. He will soon be able to release the burden that he is bearing.
The Ten of Wands reminds us that life does not come without corresponding baggage and responsibility. Sometimes, it’s when we feel most burned out that we are nearest to the end of a cycle. The Ten of Wands urges us to look at whether or not the burdens we carry are adding net positive value to our lives. Duty and obligation can be for the greater good, or they can be to our own detriment.
If you are asking about someone’s intentions towards you, and you draw the Ten of Wands, that means this person intends to be straightforward with you. They want to tell you what they’re thinking and feeling, without any hidden agendas. They may be blunt or honest to a fault, but at least you’ll know where you stand with them. On the other hand, if this person is in your life already, it could also mean that they’re feeling overwhelmed by your relationship. It could be by their responsibilities towards you or the commitment it takes to be with you.
The Ten of Wands as intentions means that they are likely over-extended, and should focus on taking things one step at a time. Usually, this card means that someone is trying to do too much at once. This can lead to a lot of stress and burnout. It’s important to learn how to say no, and to focus on one task at a time. When we try to do everything, we end up achieving nothing.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Ten of Wands is a sign of them intending to move forward in a new relationship. It may also indicate that they are feeling burdened by their current relationships, whether they are single or not. This may be due to a lack of time or energy, or due to feeling weighed down by emotional baggage. Love is never easy, but this card shows that they’re serious about making things work. It’s an encouragement that it’s worth taking a chance.
For existing relationships, the Ten of Wands represents an intention to continue moving forward and working hard together. This card suggests that you’re both in it for the long haul. You will continue fighting for your relationship even when things get tough. This card also reminds us that relationships are a two-way street; both partners need to put in the effort if they want to make things work. Stay committed!
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Ten of Wands shows that they intend to move on and forget. They’ve come to a point where they have already reached their limit. However, the picture depicts a man dragging their feet into making a decision. It manifests through them constantly giving you mixed, on and off signals. If you’re trying to get back together, it might be time to reconsider – unless they can show some real signs of commitment.
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Ten of Wands means that this person’s intentions are a little off the mark. The card indicates that a person is feeling overwhelmed and burdened in a relationship. This may be due to a fear of commitment or general anxiety around relationships. But it’s important to remember that this card doesn’t necessarily mean that things are doomed.
It may be helpful to take a step back and reassess your relationship. Are you both on the same page? Are your expectations realistic? Sometimes getting clear about what we want can help us to feel more confident and empowered in our relationships. If things don’t seem quite right, don’t be afraid to speak up and communicate openly with your partner.
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If you are asking about someone’s intentions towards you, and you draw the Ten of Wands reversed, that means this person intends to use or exploit you. Watch out for anyone who seems too good to be true – they probably are. They may be feeling desperate or stressed, so watch out for manipulative behavior. Protect yourself by setting strong boundaries and being aware of your own vulnerabilities. Don’t be afraid to ask for help in standing up for yourself.
The Ten of Wands reversed as intentions mean that they are now ready to let go of unrealistic expectations. They are letting go of some of the obligations and commitments that are no longer serving them. To release negative thoughts and emotions that are weighing them down. In short, this card asks to look at their lives and ask themselves what they can let go of. In order for them to create more space for positive things to come in.
For singles and those embarking on new relationships, the Ten of Wands reversed is a sign of them intending to take things slow. Usually, this reversed position suggests that they are not interested in anything too serious at the moment. If you are feeling impatient or frustrated with this person, it might be best to have a conversation. Let them know that you would like to see more commitment and see if they are open to making changes. If not, then it might be time to move on.
For existing relationships, the Ten of Wands reversed represents an intention to take a step back and re-evaluate the relationship. It can indicate that one or both partners are feeling overwhelmed and drained by the relationship. They are looking for a way to reduce stress and restore balance and cooperation. This could manifest as taking a break from each other, or simply renegotiating some of the terms of the relationship. If things have been tense between you lately, this card might suggest that things will get better in time.
If you are asking about an ex’s intentions, the Ten of Wands reversed shows that they intend to do what is best for themselves. They may have been feeling overwhelmed and undervalued in your relationship. It led them to conclude that it would be better for everyone involved if it ends. However, it’s usually the burnout self that’s talking, and there is still that part that looks into the beauty of your relationship. Best to try to talk things out, but be open to any possibility.
In the context of whether or not a relationship is headed for commitment, engagement, or marriage, the Ten of Wands reversed means that this person has no real intention of committing to you or marrying you. They may seem like they want to be with you, but their actions don’t support their words. It could mean that there’s some kind of internal struggle going on within this person. It’s a force that prevents them from fully committing to your relationship. It could also mean that they’re simply not ready for marriage or commitment at this point in time.
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For relationships and feelings, the Ten of Wands represents burdens and obligations. This can be viewed both positively and negatively, depending on the context. Too much can weigh us down. But without any duty, we are not tightly bound to the people we love. The Ten of Wands reminds us that there is good and bad in the baggage we carry. Ultimately, we have to judge whether or not it is for our own greater good.
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