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Are you planning something big and need to be sure that luck is on your sign? Then, a tarot card good luck reading might be what you’re looking for. It’s always better to have a professional tarot reading, no matter the circumstances. But if it’s not something you’re considering at the moment, you can try asking a tarot deck about your good luck. Simply draw a card and hope that it’s one of those we’re going to discuss here—the cards known as the tarot cards for good luck.

Good Luck Tarot Cards

Everything in tarot depends on your question and the context, meaning the neighboring cards you perform a tarot spread. For more nuance and clarity, we recommend you try performing a tarot spread, for example, our free Celtic Cross tarot reading. It will give you more information than a single card you draw.

Obviously, the position of the cards matters as well; as you know, the meaning of any tarot card can change to the opposite if it’s in a reversed position. For example, while the Lovers is a good omen for your relationship, the reversed Lovers definitely isn’t.

Nonetheless, there are a few tarot cards that represent good luck in most cases. If you draw one of them when asking the deck about your fortune, lucky you! So, let’s discuss what tarot card means good luck.

The Sun

The Sun is one of the most positive cards in the deck. It symbolizes success, vitality, and happiness. If you draw the Sun during a good luck tarot reading, you can expect great things coming your way.

That being said, it’s always better to use a detailed tarot guide (such as the one you can find on Nebula). While the Sun is generally a good omen, its meaning can be less than favorable in some contexts. As is always the case in tarot readings, nuances matter.

The Star

Another well-known good luck tarot card is the Star. It represents spiritual guidance and positive prospects and can stand for a period of calmness and clarity after a difficult time. If you’ve recently gone through a lot (and not in a good way), the Star is great news. More likely than not, what you’re going through will soon be over, and better things will come next.

Wheel of Fortune

Another tarot card for good luck is the Wheel of Fortune, the symbol of cycles, fate, and the turns of destiny. If you draw this card, expect changes, usually for the better. Also, if you aren’t in the best place at the moment, the deck may be trying to comfort you by letting you know that very few struggles in life are permanent. Whatever it is, it will soon pass.

The World

If you draw the World, luck is for sure on your side. It’s the card that represents completion, fulfillment, and success. Similarly to Wheel of Fortune, the World symbolizes the end of a long journey and the start of a new cycle, but it also stands for triumph and achievement. So, whatever it is you’re planning on doing, do it. The results won’t disappoint.

The Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles is a lucky card for all things finances and material well-being. If you draw it during a good luck tarot reading, money is coming your way. It’s a great time to take a risk with your business or invest in something.

At the same time, remember that the meaning of each card changes when it’s in a reversed position. If you draw the reversed Ace of Pentacles, there are obstacles between you and the money or material goods you’d like to have. Explore those obstacles before proceeding with your plan.

The Six of Wands

The Six of Wands are a symbol of victory and recognition. You likely have something specific in mind—that’s why you turned to tarot. Well, whatever that is, no need to worry—the Six of Wands represents success and public acknowledgment, especially in matters related to your career and professional fulfillment.

How to Ask the Tarot Deck About Your Luck?

To ask a tarot card to bring good luck on my alter, or, broadly speaking, to ask the deck about your luck without actually having a full-blown tarot reading, follow these steps:

  1. Take a tarot deck and shuffle it long enough to transfer your energy to the deck. Our guide will help you understand when to stop.
  2. Place all cards face down so that you can’t see what you’re drawing.
  3. Ask a carefully thought-out and well-formulated question.
  4. Pick the card that calls your name. If it’s not one of the good luck tarot cards listed here, use our guide to find out what the card you drew means in different contexts and positions.

Good luck! No pun intended.

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