Looks like a bit of personal growth is on the horizon for you, but it might not be easy...
The Five of Wands card is calling you to focus on self-improvement through any challenges you find coming up during conflicts with others.
This card shows five wands being held by five men regarding some type of disagreement. It could be a serious conflict or perhaps just a good natured competition.
This indicates that you may have some type of conflict brewing in your life that may come to a head soon. It could be connected to a misunderstanding or poor communication.
Are there people right now with whom you feel like you have things needing to be discussed? Are you feeling the tension around an issue?
It is extremely important that you truly listen to others at this time and take their perspective into consideration.
Let everyone have their say and fully take in what they are saying before you respond.
Not all conflict is bad, as we often believe, but a healthy conflict can allow two or more people to clear the air and create change.
This card can also mean that you will experience some type of competition in an aspect of your life that you are not used to experiencing challenges.
This challenge may not be easy, but it will enable you to become a stronger person by going through this experience.
Make sure to stay calm and leverage this energy to gain a deeper understanding of other people’s points of view.
Facts About the Number 5
The number five is a Fibonacci number and the atomic number of boron. Humans have five senses and five digits on each appendage.
The Roman symbol for five is X, representing two crossed hands. Shiva has five faces and there are five elements in the Universe - Earth, Water, Air, Fire, and Space.
Muslims pray to Allah five times each day and Islam is composed of Five Pillars. When we celebrate we offer others a high five.
In Chinese culture, five also represents the number of flavors: sweet, sour, bitter, pungent, and salty.
People who are born with the number 5 are also considered lucky and tend to pursue freedom. The number five is “penta” in latin and the symbol of the pentagram has five sides.
The number five represents change, uncertainty, realignment, inconsistency, freedom and travel in numerological meanings.
“I will take the time to listen to the perspective of other people and truly consider their point of view. And I will use any conflict I experience at this time for my personal growth.”