The Seven cards are generally associated with triumphing over temptations and trying situations. The Seven of Coins (Pentacles) card is represented by a young man who is seen to be resting on a plough and looking at a lush green foliage that has six pentacles.
There is greenery at his feet too wherein lies the seventh pentacle. It is a clear depiction of the fact that the young man is taking a break from the hard work he has been doing and is admiring his handiwork. He has been evidently toiling in his garden and his hard work has resulted in abundance in the blossoms. He seems to be pondering upon the value of the efforts he has put in.
Upright Position: This card is all about enterprise and fulfillment of labor. It also indicates hard work and patience that is a must to reach target. It says that the routine may seem mundane, but staying on that path would lead to prosperity. Sometimes the card indicates that a difficult period is about to get over and flourishing times are just round the corner. It also teaches to take a break at regular intervals when performing a long term job to evaluate if you are doing things right and adopt minor changes as and when required.
Reversed Position: Reversed, the card indicates lack of enterprise and labor. It may also signal about worry and anxiety that be prevent from concentrating. It may suggest lack of patience, endurance and also probably resources to conduct the job properly.
|Tarot Horoscope||Tarot Card Decks||Tarot Card Meanings|
|Moon||Pope (‘Hierophant’)||Popess (‘High Priestess’)|
|Temperance||Maison Dieu (‘Tower’)||Wheel of Fortune|