Ten Of Wands: Yes Or No? (Upright, Reversed & Love Meaning)

The Ten of Wands is a tarot card that is mostly associated with pressure and responsibilities. When it comes to receiving a clear ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer from this card during your tarot reading, there’s an interesting explanation to be discovered.

In this article we’ll cover the in-depth ‘yes or no’ meaning of the Ten of Wands in both the upright and reversed position, as well as its specific meaning when it comes to love and relationships. So, without further ado, let’s dive right in!  

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Ten Of Wands: Yes Or No?

The Ten of Wands means a clear ‘no’ answer to your question. As this tarot card mainly represents feeling a sense of pressure and struggle, it is best advised to not take on any more responsibilities at this point. Make some time for relaxation and ask for help where needed. 

The Ten of Wands often appears during a tarot reading when it’s time to take a step back and release some of the pressure that’s been building up over time.

It’s a tarot card that promotes self-care and encourages you to speak up for yourself when needed. 

Even though the Ten of Wands represents someone who is highly ambitious and focused on success, this is also where its biggest weakness comes in.

It’s important to recognize when energy needs to be restored and responsibilities tapered off or delegated. Trusting others to help you take care of things you’ve been doing by yourself all along is an essential step to start feeling more free.

the 10 of Wands card from the Light Seers tarot deck
The 10 of Wands tarot card from the captivating Light Seer’s Tarot Deck

Once you can allow yourself to take a break and realize the importance of taking care of your well being first, a new sense of drive and energy will soon return.

Creating an overview of all the responsibilities you’re currently dealing with can be a great way to gain some clear insights on where you can possibly adjust and ask for help.

Even though asking for help may be hard to do at first, it really is worth it. Feeling assisted and supported are important aspects on the path towards success.

The 10 of Wands in upright position can also show itself during a tarot reading as a clear sign to more often say ‘no’ to people who have the tendency to frequently ask favours from you.

Even though it may initially feel difficult to do so, you’ll feel much lighter and less burdened once you realize you don’t always have to take responsibility for others people’s problems. 

One important thing to remember, when asking your tarot cards ‘yes or no’ type of questions, is to keep a few key aspects in mind when it comes to formulating the question you want to ask. Besides always making sure your questions are phrased from a place of positive energy, there are some other aspects you really want to check out before asking a question. Keeping these specific aspects in mind will surely help you to get the most accurate answers from your cards! You can check out this article on how to ask your tarot cards ‘yes or no’ questions for more information.

Ten Of Wands Reversed: Yes Or No?

The Ten of Wands in reversed position means ‘no’. Even though the reversed position does imply certain struggles are about to be overcome soon, this card doesn’t encourage to move straight on to the next project or activity. Allow yourself time off and let go of what doesn’t serve you anymore. 

When the Ten of Wands enters your tarot reading in reversed position, it can be taken as a sign of encouragement to take an honest look at your current situation and decide what aspects don’t truly serve you anymore.

If you intuitively feel certain people or activities don’t align with who you are and where you ultimately want to be, it might be time to slowly but surely remove them from your life. 

When your question is related to your job or career, the 10 of Wands in reversed position often indicates that the pressure you’ve been experiencing will soon be lifted.

By clearly communicating your wants and needs, help will be offered to take some weight off of your shoulders.

Once the burden has been lifted, make sure to not take on other responsibilities right away, but allow yourself to relax until you feel fully recovered and ready for the next step. 

Ten Of Wands And Love: Yes Or No?

When the Ten of Wands shows itself during a love related tarot reading, the answer for now is ‘no’. The Ten of Wands indicates a sense of worry and over-attachment which is causing the inability to see the situation from a clear perspective. Focus on yourself in order to regain fresh insights. 

The Ten of Wands often appears during a tarot reading as a reminder to put yourself first.

As this tarot card indicates you may have been feeling pressure from different aspects of life lately, it is important to realize that you’re not responsible for fixing someone else’s problems as well. 

If you’ve been feeling highly responsible for your partner and their sense of happiness lately, the 10 of Wands can be taken as a sign that you don’t have to twist in turn in order to make others feel satisfied.

Everyone is responsible for creating their own personal happiness, so make sure to primarily take care of your own feelings and desires. 

If you’re interested in finding out what type of love & relationship questions are most effective to ask your tarot cards, I’ve created this other article with 61 example question that will definitely provide you with some inspiration!

If you’re single, the Ten of Wands encourages you to focus on yourself for now and not get too attached to the idea of finding the ideal partner.

Once you start focusing on yourself and truly value being by yourself, the right person will ultimately reveal itself to you. 

The 10 of Wands tarot card explained at 1:08:57, video by Moonlight Guidance

In Conclusion

The Ten of Wands in upright position means ‘no’. As it generally represents a sense of pressure and struggle, this tarot card can be taken as a sign of encouragement to take a step back and focus on putting yourself first before taking on any more responsibilities. 

When the Ten of Wands is pulled in reversed position, it means ‘no’ as well. Even though the reversed position does indicate some important steps for self-care have already been taken, diving into new responsibilities is not recommended just yet. Allow yourself enough time off and strategically delegate duties wherever you can.

The Ten of Wands with regards to love represents a clear ‘no’ at this point. It’s time to focus more on yourself instead of on a (potential) partner.

Make sure to have your own needs fulfilled first as you truly are the most important person in your life. 

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