What Tarot Cards Mean Happiness? | A Complete Guide

  • By: Reece
  • Date: 6 October 2022
  • Time to read: 4 min.

Tarot card readers know they have an obligation to tell the truth to their clients, regardless of what card they land on. Fortunately, there are a lot of cards that signal something positive, so it’s important to recognize those cards and give your clients the good news they’ve been hoping for. Cards that represent happiness come in many forms, and in fact, even the death card can mean the death of something negative – such as a bad habit. This is why good intuition is so important when reading tarot cards, including the positive tarot cards.

What Tarot Cards Mean Happiness? A few of the tarot cards that can mean happiness include the sun, the nine of cups, the knight of pentacles, the three of wands, and the six of swords. Starting by learning what these five cards mean is a step in the right direction and can help you fully explore them in order to meet the needs of your clients.

What Tarot Cards Mean Happiness

The Sun Card

What can symbolize happiness and cheerfulness better than a bright shining sun? In some decks, this card also shows a happy child on a horse. It doesn’t just mean happiness, but it can mean great health, mental clarity, achievement of a goal, or even a great relationship.

Basically, the sun card means that the client has a potential for greatness. This can include not only greatness in a career or goal but also in personal relationships. It can also mean that the client has the ability to see and understand exactly what is going on all around them. This is indeed a fun card to draw!

The Nine of Cups Card

Also called the Wish card, the client would do best to make a wish as soon as this card appears. Some of the things the Nine of Cups card can symbolize include appreciation and gratitude about everything they have to be grateful for in life.

In this card, the man looks well nourished and happy. He has a smile on his face, and if you look closely enough, you’ll see that the cups behind the man are empty. This means he’s already gotten what he wants and therefore he is now satisfied and fulfilled. Now, he’s a happy man. The Nine of Cups card is telling the client that they’re going to get what they want very soon.

The Knight of Pentacles Card

The Knight of Pentacles tarot card shows a knight who isn’t rushing into battle but instead is sitting calmly on his steed. Normally, either a pentacle or a giant coin is seen in his hand. In the card, the knight is receiving his just rewards because he has persevered and persisted until the end. When drawn, it often symbolizes that the persistence of the client will be rewarded very soon.

This is something that your client can look forward to, but it can also be seen as some type of messenger, which translates into the client receiving good news very soon, either on a personal or a professional level.

The Three of Wands Card

This card usually shows a man standing on a high cliff and watching the ships in the water below. The ships will be coming in soon, which is a symbol for the fact that the client’s ships are about to come in! 

When you pull this card, it usually means that the client should feel good about their accomplishments, and those accomplishments can be about business, career, spirituality, relationships, health, or even money. Either personal or professional, the card means that these accomplishments have either already been achieved or the client will achieve them very soon.

The Six of Swords Card

The Six of Swords card is associated with conflict, and if you examine it closely, it can even be a little on the scary side. But that’s not all it means. It shows a family making a journey over the water, so it can mean that the client is getting ready to head off to a new and better place.

This could refer to their job, their relationship with someone, or simply their state of mind or general attitude. In short, the Six of Swords card often represents that the client’s life is about to change for the better. It means they should get rid of all of their “baggage” in the meantime so they will be ready to embrace great change.

Conclusion

Tarot cards that symbolize happiness and good things happening to a client aren’t always super easy to recognize, and many of them can mean other things besides this. The cards mentioned above are a great place to start, but there are also other cards that can symbolize happiness or good things happening to a client.

Learning to recognize these cards is easier than you think, and it certainly feels good to share this information with your client and help them realize a lot of good things are on the way for them.