Tarot Card Meaning
Ten Of Pentacles Tarot Card
What Does Ten Of Pentacles Tarot Card Mean?
Ten Of Pentacles Keywords
Money and family, gifts, inheritance, loans, financial prosperity, tax rebates, lump sums, material comfort, family support, burdensome family, heavy expectations, conservative beliefs, unexpected expenses, financial drains, disappointments
Ten Of Pentacles Meanings And Description
The Ten of Pentacles often refers to the ties we have to one’s family. In some cases, the Ten of Pentacles may indicate the need to attend to issues that are occurring within the family. Financially, this is the card of success and achievement. Financial security has, at last, been guaranteed.
Tarot Cards Upright And Reversed Meanings
Ten Of Pentacles Upright Meaning
- Career Advancement
- Family Ties
- Good Health
Money and family are intertwined with the Ten of Pentacles. Sometimes this can be quite literal, in the case of family businesses, inheritance, loans, or other financial help.
Perhaps extended family share a home and in this way the money is interconnected.
With the Ten of Pentacles, it can also be important to show your family that you are successful and desire their approval for how you make money and live your life.
The Ten of Pentacles offers prosperity and comfort, money invested and saved and allows you to look at the long term growth of your wealth.
Ten Of Pentacles Reversed Meaning
- Family issues or pressures
- Family disagreements
- Financial struggles
- Fear of the unknown
- Health problems within one’s family
- Job insecurity
- Family obligations
When the Ten of Pentacles becomes reversed, the family that is so important to you can seem like a burden rather than a blessing.
Perhaps you support relatives or are seeking support that isn't forthcoming.
It may be that your family is vocal about how they think you should improve your life.
Money matters are especially complicated and there are unexpected drains on your resources. Just when you thought you were getting ahead, that extra money seems to vanish.