Short meaning: You should take a closer look at an opportunity or idea that has emerged. It provides solutions where they are most needed and makes it possible to progress current situations.
In-depth meaning: An opportunity has come to the fore and the Subject should make sure it is given its due and careful attention. It may not be fully defined, with certain details yet to be ascertained. The Subject’s interest has been roused and they know that this could be an advantageous prospect. At the start of any business, project or journey there are things that need to be planned and set in place before you head off.
In all of the suits, the Two can be viewed as a manifestation of the energy and movement depicted by the Aces. The Subject is able to see a new direction forming and has the resources and skills needed to move ahead. This is a card of progression and bodes well for the subject and their endeavours.
Notes on the image: Two Wands are in a ring of fire. Wands represent journeys/projects and (ad)ventures – just as a walker might take a staff or a stave. Fire is the element associated with the Wands suit. As the Wands build up in numbers, Ace-10, through the suit, they will create a structure. There is little structure at the moment because this venture is still in its early stages, and without careful planning and attention to detail, the structure will fail. One staff is in danger of burning in the fire, so it is important to get the structure firm and standing by getting detailed planning in place and moving on to the next phase and the next Wand.