Two of Wands is a card of progress, discovery, and planning on how to realize the inspirations and passions.
Two of Wands depicts a young man on the terrace of a castle. In his left hand, the man holds a globe, and in his right hand, he has one of the wands of this card. Dressed up in orange, the man is gazing over the vast ocean at his left; which borders with a vast green terrain.
The color of the man’s dress suggests that he is passionate and enthusiastic about the life’s experiences, and ambitious about expanding his horizons. This is further strengthened by the wand he holds in his left hand; implying that his passion is streaming from his subconscious. The globe in his right hand suggests that he is contemplating about how to manifest this passion and planning what to do, and the direction of his gaze (the ocean) signifies that he is to start his adventure from the subconscious, and then move forward into the conscious reality.
Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.
With the Two of Wands, what was an inspiration in the Ace of Wands is coming closer to manifestation through meticulous planning. Thus, this card calls for gathering courage and planning the path forward from one’s comfort zone; and similar to the Ace of Wands, is a card of the major and serious decisions. A person represented by this card, therefore, is a confident and adventurous person who has the vision to develop himself and expand his horizons. Career-wise, this suggests an important decision to be made related to a significant opportunity; which requires “setting sail for new horizons”, and although this will require assuming more responsibility and studiousness, the reward it promises is hefty. In the relationship context, this card signifies a partner who is met untraditionally; and in an existing relationship, new methods to cement commitment.
In short, Two of Wands is a card of explorations and adventures; and in any case, advises one to gather his courage and set foot to new discoveries well-prepared.