The Suit of Pentacles or also known as Disks or Coins represents the element of Earth. The material aspects of life including business, property, trade, work and other material assets are covered by the the Suit of Pentacles Tarot card meanings. It positive aspects include and prosperity, proof, realization and manifestation.
Pentacles deal with the external or physical level of consciousness. Thus, it mirrors the outer situations of one’s health, work, creativity and finances. It has to do with what a person makes of his outer surroundings such as how he creates it, changes it, shapes it and grows it. On a deeper level, Pentacles are associated with self-esteem, self-image as well as ego.
But what are the negatives aspects of the Pentacles? Its negative aspects include being greedy, possessive, overly materialistic, not exercising, not properly managing one’s investments, over-indulging and being too much focused on career that it already affects other priorities in life in a negative way. What usually needed to counteract these unhelpful aspects is to return to nature to rediscover what’s really important and know oneself. Aside from this, there might be some things that prevent an individual from being able to think of plans and ideas, preventing one from achieving the success he has always wanted. Planning and better goal-setting should be observed.
When timing in a Tarot reading is being referred, the Suit of Pentacles usually represents years or autumn. On the other hand, Pentacles represents Diamonds in a deck of playing cards.
The Suit of Pentacles – Personality Traits
Pentacles correspond to the Earth signs of Virgo, Capricorn and Taurus. Pentacles people are career-minded, generous, tactile, down-to-earth and practical. They also like to explore the real world. Pentacles people are connected through the senses and look for enjoyable and indulgent experiences at times.
Pentacles Cards and Tarot Reading
If a Tarot reading is mostly Pentacles cards, then a person is looking for solutions for financial matters, material conflicts and concerns with work and career.