Honest: Positive, Fun, Summer, Success, Life Strength
Reverse: inner child, feeling down, highly optimistic
Sun Tarot Card Meaning
The Sun Tarot Card is broadcasted with optimism and positivity. A big, bright sun shines in the sky, which represents the source of all life on earth. Below, four sunflowers grow above a brick wall, representing the four suits and four elements of Minar Archana.
In the foreground, a young, nude child is sitting on a quiet white horse. The child represents the happiness of being attached to your inner feelings, and its nudity is an indication that she has nothing to hide and she has all the innocence and purity of childhood. White horse is also symbol of purity and strut
UPRIGHT SUN TAROT MEANING:
Sun represents success, brightness and abundance. The sun gives you power and tells you that wherever you go or what you do, your positive and bright energy will follow you and will give you happiness and happiness. People are ready for you because you can always look at the bright side and bring such warmth in other people’s lives. This beautiful, warm energy is that which will help you to be successful and will help you to succeed. You are also in a situation where you can share your highest qualities and achievements with others. Radiate Who are you and whom are you standing for; Bring your love on those whom you care about.
If you are going through a difficult time, then the sun brings you the message that you are waiting for: that things will get better, much better! Through the challenges coming in your way, you came to know who you are and why you are here. Now you are full of energy and enthusiasm for the future and already you can experience the flaws and abundance of flowing. You are working with confidence because you know everything will work – it is always! life is good!
The sun connects you to the basis of your power – not only by fear-driven, egoistic power, but abundant, internal energy emerges from within you. You will understand it in your Solar Plaxus cycle, by which you will be able to express yourself honestly and be fully present in the world around you. You have the same thing as others who are being asked to broadcast your energy and your gifts on a larger scale in the world. Tap into your power and use your divine will to express that power in positive ways.
Sun is also an energetic card. It shows a time when you can expect to experience the increase in physical energy, vitality and general positiveity. You are bursting with enthusiasm, excited and enjoying the wonderful sense of good health.
REVERSED SUN TAROT MEANING
Inverted Sun is calling your inner child to come out and play! As adults, we are so much lost in the everyday life that we forget how to have fun. But spend a few minutes playing a child, and you feel that when you learn to overcome your worries and anxieties, then life can be brilliant and careless. When you see the sun crossing in your tarot, see it as a slip allowance to leave behind your work and responsibilities, even for a moment, and play. Like nobody is watching, sing like you are listening, and let your heart and soul fly.
The opposite of the sun means that you are struggling to see the bright side of life. You may have experienced failures, who harmed your enthusiasm and optimism and perhaps prompted you to ask if you can do what you are willing to do. You can feel sad or out and now you are not enjoying what you are doing. Your direction and the road ahead may look cloudy or distorted.
However, the sun is never a negative card, so it is only temporary. If you put your mind, the obstacles you see can easily be overcome. It can make a little more effort than usual.
On the other hand, you can be very confident or very optimistic. When you are confident, you can become cocky and get out of touch with what you can achieve. Are you true to yourself and others? Or, are you trying to talk to yourself when you know that you can not deliver? If it resonates with you, ask others to respond and check for a reality. Are you unreal? What do you set out to achieve? Are you really just as good as you think you are?