I love this answer! Things change, there are cycles to life and I’ll eventually be able to connect with my inner King of Wands – master of my own creativity and energy. Sometimes I draw very smart ass responses from the Tarot and others I get a kind kiss.
The Wheel of Fortune reminds me that life is full of changes and cycles. I’m often very clear about my resistance to change but in this instance I’ll make an exception. I think I’ve been viewing the bottom of this wheel for several years now. It would be nice to finally get a view from the top again.
The King of Wands seems a victorious and confident figure; one who attracts other with his charm and energy. He can also be a bit pompous and full of himself but is willing to laugh at these foibles. I think these are traits I possess too and this card suggests that as the cycle represented by the Wheel of Fortune changes perhaps I’ll find myself reconnecting to this energy once again.
I see the King of Wands as a externally focused figure. His power is in his ability to interact with the world around him; to charm, persuade and lead those around him. I’ve been so inwardly focused over the last few years, honing my skills as a nurturer and caregiver. I think the King of Wands may be reminding me that I will eventually re-enter his realm so keeping those skills alive will prove beneficial.
I’ve drawn this king for today too and although I know he has his positive traits I find him most of the time too extrovert to get along with
I can understand how the King of Wands could be too Type A/extroverted for some folks tastes. I often find that I enjoy being around a King of Wands type but I certainly would not get into a relationship with one. I have a feeling one of us might not make it out alive. 😀