This tarot card is a suggestion of calm. In a reading, it urges us to sit peacefully and give our creative efforts the time to bear fruit. There is no dearth of ideas in our minds, so we can allow them to manifest in a manner that is self-propelling. Time is on our side, and we can see the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow; all that is needed now is to allow our dreams to follow their natural course in order to see them come to life. While this happense, we can serenely (and with supreme awareness), watch and wait for the best to happen to us.
The biggest chunk of the Tarot deck, 56 of the 78 cards, comprise the Minor Arcana.
40 cards out of these fall exclusively under the Minor Arcana, while the other 16 also form a part of the Royal
Arcana or Court Cards. If the Major Arcana can be said to convey the big picture, the Minor Arcana signifies the
specifics in the life of a person. It is divided into four parts: The Suit of Swords signifies the realm of the mind
and intellect, our decisions and insights. The Suit of Cups has to do with the things of the heart, things we love
and care about. The Suit of Wands represents our power and life energy as applied to the situations and events we
face in life. And lastly, the Suit of Pentacles represent our labours and the rewards we gain from them.