The Sun: Material happiness, success, attainment, achievements in the arts, sciences, good marriage, happy reunions.
Depiction: An infant rides a white horse under the anthropomorphized Sun, with sunflowers in the background.
Meaning: The card portends good fortune, happiness, joy, and harmony. It represents the universe coming together and agreeing with your path and aiding forward movement into something more significant.
We do things that give us joy, but we can’t make ourselves jolly. Simply you can’t make someone else felicitous unless they want to. We can do things that give us gladness and fulfillment, but you can’t will or conjure pleasure; you have to live it. It is now. Happyness is action like laughter or tears; contentment is satisfaction. You can reach paradise by pondering past victories in peace, reliving them joyfully, sharing them, and writing them down.
The card in context: You have the fortune of an admirable past to inspire, a prosperous present to enjoy, and a fascinating future to look forward to.
What does the Sun mean?
The Sun Tarot card is the Major Arcana card of positivity, optimism, freedom, and fun. When The Sun appears in an upright position, things should be going well for you as this card also represents success and enthusiasm.
A. E. Waite suggested that this card is associated with attained knowledge. An infant rides a white horse under the anthropomorphized Sun, with sunflowers in the background. The child of life holds a red flag, representing the blood of renewal, while a smiling sun shines down on him, representing accomplishment. The conscious mind prevails over the fears and illusions of the unconscious. Innocence is renewed through discovery, bringing hope for the future.
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