Short meaning: Your creative idea is gathering substance although it is embryonic. Your passion is great but a dose of reality may be needed. Seek comment and discussion from those you trust. Don’t let realists dampen your enthusiasm; there is potential, but hear the objective point of view to create an attainable goal.
In-depth meaning: The Subject is attracted to something, new and they may be talking about changing direction as a result. They are very excited by this new idea/prospect but they need to be careful of making hasty and unrealistic decisions, or acting without due care and thought.
As the Subject starts to talk to people, and relay their interest in this new pursuit there will be people who may be dismissive of it. They will critique it and the Subject may feel as if they are trying to discredit it, but they should turn a negative into a positive by listening to their comments and using them constructively. What really matters is the ‘action’ the Subject takes. Using any information the Subject has received, negative or positive, they should be assessing the idea to see how it can evolve into something more realistic and feasible.
Wanting to ‘run’ with an idea would be typical of a Wands person, as they are confident and ambitious, but rushing into endeavours without due thought and consideration would not be constructive, and again, the Page portrays an immature attitude to something which would benefit from research.
Notes on the image: This Page is running with his Wand held high representing rushing into a new project, or a new approach to something. He is being hasty, expending energy into something that might not even take shape. New ideas are good but some sensible research and consideration would be better at this early stage.