The Sun Tarot

The Sun Tarot Description
A beautiful bright sun with a human face is shining brightly at the top of the card. The face has a look of confidence. Below is a garden of sunflowers on top of what looks like a concrete wall. In front of the wall is a smiling youth on a horse that is facing frontward. The youth has a head-wreath of sunflowers and appears to be happy. There is a distinctly noticeable orange leaf from the bottom of the card that extends up into the suns rays.

The Sun is the number 19 card of the Major Arcana. The Sun is a popular tarot card and is deemed as a positive sign anywhere it lands. Often regarded as among the deck’s most positive cards, you will instantly feel relieved the moment you see this drawn. The Sun is also deemed as a masculine entity as the Moon’s partner in most mystic circles.

The Sun brings joy, enthusiasm, and optimism to your life. But, what else should you know about the Sun Tarot card?
From the point of view of numerology, the number 19 is reduced to 1. Its essence implies that you begin to act with the awareness that the greatest good that the cosmos projects is symbolized in the Sun. The golden color is connected astrologically with the sun, star of the fire element, king of the solar system, god Apollo and the maximum development of man as a person.

Meaning of the Card Upright
General: Things, in general, are very likely to go very well for you. However, even though finances are prone to be in good shape when this card appears, it does not mean that you should lose focus on what is truly important in life and the money is not very high on the list. This is a good time to socialize, meet new people, and leave home.

Love: It is a time if you are in a committed relationship, when you and your loved one may be in need of more than usual space. This is not a time to be complaining or needy. If you are looking for love, it could definitely be on the horizon for you.
Finance: Money is likely to be much better than usual. However, there may be some unforeseen expenses. If you have been waiting for a decision that should be made by others it means that you will not have to wait much longer and that the decision is very likely to be in your favor.

Meaning of the Card in Reverse Position:
When the Sun Card is showing the reverse, it is still a sign that you may soon feel more “free” than you have for some time, maybe for years. However, conversely, there is no clarity to this “freedom” and you may have to work harder to bring “freedom”.
Still, this is an excellent and important time to experience different things. You have to experience things that are outside of your usual routines. The Sun is about vitality, freedom, joy and personal expression.
Things, in general, are very likely to go very well for you, even when you draw the reverse sun. When this card is reversed, it is particularly important that you make an effort to literally count and concentrate on your “blessings”. It does not matter who you are, or what is wrong in your life, you undoubtedly have things to be thankful for and grateful for.