Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Understanding Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Description, Keywords, Upright & Reverse Card Meanings. Everything you want to know about the Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card.
Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings And Description
The Eight of Pentacles typically refers to the areas on our life that require effort and work. This is the card of self-improvement and determination.
Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card Keywords
New skills, apprenticeship, building on previous experience, education, expansion, small savings, financial management, limitations at work, lack of growth, no new potential, dishonesty in business, questionable ethics, moonlighting.
Upright And Reverse Meanings Of Eight Of Pentacles Tarot Card
Eight Of Pentacles Upright Meanings
- New Learning
- The Study or advancement of ones skills or education
- Pleasure in one’s work
- Financial Security
- A change in one’s career or a promotion
- A new phase for a couple
- Spiritual Growth
New skills and expanding career horizons are all indicated by the Eight of Pentacles.
This is a time where you have the opportunity to learn new things, apply previous knowledge and take some extra courses to add another feather to your cap.
This tarot card meaning doesn't really indicate starting something new but rather building upon previous skills.
In terms of money, small savings and gifts should be carefully invested to increase your worth.
Eight Of Pentacles Reverse Meanings
- Boredom at Work
- Not working up to your potential
- Too much dependence on others
- A need to further your studies or enhance your skills
- Looking for the easy way out
- Dissatisfaction within the work environment
- Stagnation within one’s relationship
Hard work without pleasure comes when the Eight of Pentacles is reversed.
You may have outgrown your job or feel limited at work. There seems to be nothing new to learn and no where to grow.
When confronted with this tarot card meaning, try to reconnect to your real talents and consider starting your own business or exploring another line of work.
Staying where you are is cheating no-one but yourself.