In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about The Strength Tarot Archetype.
The Strength Tarot Card Meaning
Checkout this detailed breakdown of the meaning of The Strength tarot card.
The Strength card signifies the ability to bring calm to oneself by mastering emotions.
The recipient will learn to overcome their internal anxieties, doubts and fears whilst becoming more courageous and willing to take risks in life. The recipient should have greater faith in themselves, be confident about their abilities and embrace compassion and patience.
The card can also represent the ability to tame someone else’s wild behaviour through compassion and positive reinforcement rather than domination.
Spiritually, Strength indicates the connection to the higher self is growing, creating better internal balance and strength, as well as providing reassurance of the ability to endure through tough times.
Strength indicates a relationship with a Leo may be imminent.
For singletons, inner confidence means now is a good time to meet a potential partner. It indicates this may be someone with a wild side, but exercise caution if you feel the need to calm them – coaxing rather than domination is the best tactic.
For people in a relationship, Strength indicates a strong, united bond. If there has been recent relationship trauma this will soon be over and you will come closer together than before.
Strength indicates it is timely to press ahead in one’s career – the recipient has all the skills and potential to succeed if they can demonstrate bravery and self-confidence.
They should go for promotion and not fear making themselves known or attempting to run a business – fear of failure should not stop them reaching their potential.
Financially, avoid impulse spending and think through investments/purchases thoroughly first.
Strength indicates improved health and a return to internal balance of the mind and body.
It is a good time to embrace positive lifestyle changes and exercise routines that require self-control.
The Strength card reversed indicates the recipient is neglecting their resources of inner strength by letting their low self-esteem, fear and anxiety dominate them.
They need to reach into their self-belief and resolve in order to overcome problems as they do have the strength but have lost contact with it. This loss of contact is creating a feeling of vulnerability, weakness and low confidence.
The recipient should focus on positives and spending time with people who are a positive influence rather than negative.
Spiritually, Strength reversed indicates that emotional worries are interrupting the recipient’s connection to spirit and that letting go of self-doubt/anxiety will help resolve this.
For singletons the card indicates a tendency to choose the wrong partners due to problems with self-esteem or impulse control. This can be resolved by learning to believe that you deserve better and getting in touch with your inner strength.
In a relationship, the card indicates that, despite a strong relationship, the recipient feels unworthy of this due to low self-esteem and as a result they act in a manner not reflecting their true feelings for their partner.
It is important they learn to master this and not create non-existent problems.
Strength reversed indicates the need for courage and self-belief in one’s career as anxiety/fear has been holding the recipient back.
Once the recipient embraces their inner belief they will gain in confidence and find more career direction, which others will begin to notice.
Financially, Strength reversed cautions against financial impulsivity as present financial wealth may not last.
Strength reversed indicates that good health could be compromised by a lack of self-control leading to development of bad habits.
The recipient should tackle these habits one at a time to effect cumulative positive change.
The Strength Keywords
- Inner strength
- Overcoming self-doubt
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of confidence
- Feeling inadequate
Learn About the Other Tarot Card Archetypes
The Major Arcana is made up of 22 cards (or trumps). Explore the other tarot archetypes here:
- The Fool
- The Magician
- The High Priestess
- The Empress
- The Emperor
- The Hierophant
- The Lovers
- The Chariot
- The Hermit
- The Wheel of Fortune
- The Hanged Man
- The Devil
- The Tower
- The Star
- The Moon
- The Sun
- The World