The World: Yes Or No? (Upright, Reversed & Love Meaning)

The World is a major arcana tarot card that mainly represents a powerful sense of fulfilment and unity. 

When it comes to encountering the World tarot card during a ‘yes or no’ tarot reading, there are several intriguing ways in which this card can be interpreted. 

As the World is a tarot card that I personally adore, I’ve decided to create this in-depth article for you where I’ll describe the meaning of this card in both the upright and reversed position. 

As a bonus you’ll also find out the clear ‘yes or no’ meaning of the World card when it comes to love!

The World: Yes Or No?

The World tarot card means ‘yes’. As it is known to represent achievement, fulfilment, unity and overall success, it’s an exciting card to encounter during a tarot reading. The World can also be taken as a literal encouragement to go explore and travel the globe. 

The World in upright position is one of those tarot cards that gives off those adventurous globetrotter vibes.

Whenever I run into the World card during one of my tarot readings, I need to suppress the urge to take it as an immediate sign to buy a ticket and never return!

When the World appears however, it generally can be interpreted as the symbolic completion of a personal journey

The World tarot card from the captivating Light Seer’s Tarot deck

It indicates you have been working hard on reaching success in a specific area, and all of the puzzle pieces are now about to come together.

You feel confident in who you are as a person and have a clear view of your ultimate goals in life. You feel connected and fulfilled with the world around you.

The World card in upright position indicates that you feel a strong sense of unity and inspiration that leads you to wanting to make a positive mark by using your unique talents. 

​​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 master 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. 

The World Reversed: Yes Or No?

The World in reversed position means ‘no’. At this moment in time, the World card indicates that there needs to be some type of closure of a previous event before there’s room to move forwards to your next endevour. It is best advised to slow down a bit and allow yourself time to process things. 

The World in reverse often signifies that lingering feelings and/or thoughts are currently causing a blockage.

Even though you may be excited about the things that are yet to come, make sure to not forget to allow yourself to find closure in challenging past events in order to make room for the future. 

Writing things down can be a good first step in getting things out of your head and on paper. That way you will be able to take a look at the situation from a distance and slowly but surely balance things out.

The World And Love: Yes Or No?

When it comes to love, the World tarot card means ‘yes’. The World card indicates that you and your (potential) partner make a great match and perfectly complement each other. You likely feel a strong sense of fulfilment and wholeness when you’re around your person.

To encounter the World tarot card during a love-themed tarot reading can also be a literal interpretation as someone seeing you as their ‘world’. 

It’s a romantic card that speaks about experiencing a sense of completion when you are around each other.

You love to learn from one another and keep getting amazed by discovering surprising qualities about your partner (even if you’ve known each other for some time!).

If you’re single, you may stumble upon your dream partner when you’re travelling to a foreign country. Follow your instincts and intuition. 

If you feel you’re being gravitationally pulled towards a certain destination, there may be a good reason for it!

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 questions that will definitely provide you with some inspiration!

In Conclusion

The World in upright position means ‘yes’. As it mostly represents achievements, success and unity, it’s an exciting and promising card to encounter during a tarot reading. 

When pulled in reverse, the World tarot card can best be interpreted as a ‘no’ answer to your question. It indicates there needs to be closure in a specific situation before planning your next step. 

When it comes to love and relationships, the World tarot card means ‘yes’. It represents fulfilment, wholeness and truly being seen and appreciated for who you are. 

If you liked this article and would like to browse some awesome tarot decks that have helpful keywords and meanings featured on them to make your tarot readings flow with much more ease, I’ve written this other article that may give you some inspiration! Happy reading!  

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