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Five of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning

Five of Pentacles Keywords

UPRIGHT: loss | poverty | worry | isolation 

REVERSED: recovery from loss

Five of Pentacles Description

NOTE: The tarot card meaning description is based on the Rider-Waite deck and Decoding The Cards

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Decoding The Cards goes further than keywords and traditional interprations by providing exercises for each card in the tarot.

The exercises this book are designed to challenge you to delve deeper into the meanings of each card, as well as consider your own personal experiences in relation to the traditional meanings.

Five of Pentacles Upright

The Five of Pentacles is a card that speaks of financial loss, poverty, and feelings of isolation. It suggests that you have experienced a setback in some way and your self-esteem has taken a hit. The message here is to not feel overwhelmed by the adverse circumstances — there is always help available if you are willing to reach out and ask for it.

The Five of Pentacles also speaks of a scarcity mindset, where all your attention is directed towards the lack instead of focusing on abundance.

Finally, the Five of Pentacles suggests that you’re living in a constant state of worry. You may be so afraid of losing everything (even though you haven’t yet) that you can’t enjoy the good around you for fear of it being taken away.

Five of Pentacles Reversed

The Five of Pentacles reversed is a sign that the difficult financial or career struggles you have been facing are coming to an end. After a prolonged period in a tight spot, things are finally looking up for you. It’s time to take some of the pressure off and start celebrating all your hard work.

The reversed Five of Pentacles can also indicate that you need to step back and reevaluate your priorities. You may be putting too much emphasis on financial stability and material wealth, neglecting your mental and spiritual well-being in the process. Stop chasing money for its own sake and instead focus on finding happiness within yourself.

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