Money and careers are huge influences in our lives, whether we like it or not. Discover how the universe will influence your efforts to put your money and career in a stable place with a free, 3 card Tarot spread. The three Tarot cards (below) were shuffled when you clicked on this page. This gives you your individual reading, specifically for you.
Money can’t buy happiness, but it sure does make life easier! You might be wondering what is standing in your way and preventing you from building wealth. A Tarot Card reading on Money and Finance can’t tell us exactly what will happen in the future, but it can certainly give us a glimpse into what lies ahead while inspiring us to propel ourselves forward through life with financial success, love, happiness and gratitude.
If things are not so great in your work life, it means that sadly, it easily can slip into other areas – whether we’re taking it out on our loved ones, or stressing about finances. Used as a career directive, this reading will help you gain clarity on what you are doing in your professional life and whether you are doing it right or not and when success may come your way.
Click each Tarot Card to reveal it, then click again to see the description. Match to the Card Position Below. Enjoy!
The Nine of Wands represents courage, persistence and resilience. The Figure in this Card looks as if he has been caught off guard. He looks startled and surprised by someone or something that has happened. He is expecting to be attacked at any moment and must be ready to defend himself. There is a sense of anxiety here and an expectation of trouble on the horizon. This may be new trouble or the return of troubles from the past. When referring to relationships, The Nine of Wands indicates that you are very wary of relationships and may indeed have been hurt in the past. It is time to start afresh and trust more.
When the Nine of Wands Reverses, we can see the soldier who continues to guard his fortress or post, poised and ready for attack, from an enemy that is never going to appear. You must retreat from the battle ground instead of making a last stand. You have no fight left in you or have decided that the battle is of no importance and a waste of time. You need to step back and view the situation for what it really is. In relationships, it takes two to tango and if you keep tangoing with the wrong people, people who do not dance to the same rhythm as you, then your are bound to get your toes trodden on. It is time to move on.
The Page of Pentacles suggests new opportunities for financial development and manifestation of goals. In this Card, the Page is seen examining the Pentacle he holds, for any defects. When this Card appears, it is time to think about your future, what you are going to do, and how you are going to establish long-term financial security. He asks you to think success and then go out and make it happen. The Page of Pentacles asks you to get out into nature as often as you can. Get moving, get active and feel alive. The Page of Pentacles generally bases his relationships on long-term goals. He or she is not one for jumping in and out of relationships.
The Reversed Page of Pentacles is doing a lot of thinking about what he wants to do, but with very little practical or physical application. The Page of Pentacles Reversed symbolizes financial problems that are totally consuming you at present. Lack of money weighs heavily on you and you may be at a loss as to how you are going to manage. If you have not done the necessary groundwork, then it will be hard to achieve the results you desire. What you want and what is realistically possible at this stage may be in total conflict. In relationships don’t expect a lot of effort from the other person. They can be very lazy.
The Two of Cups refers to something quite positive, for it is one of the most auspicious cards in the tarot for relationships, whether romantic, business or otherwise. As this card traditionally describes a romantic relationship, it also includes the idea that all good friendships are based on a natural affinity and a deep mutual understanding. Given that the Two of Cups depicts a man and a woman in a wedding ceremony, it indicates a marriage, a wedding proposal, or an engagement. Choosing the Two of Cups confirms that things seem to be going well. You should be feeling loved, cared for, and content.
When the Two of Cups Reversed shows up, it represents a balance that is lost. You may be finding that certain small details that were not problems before are coming into play, signaling that someone you have a connection with, may have resentments. The Two of Cups Reversed is trying to tell you to really be on your guard as things may not be as they seem There are actions you must take to bring back the balance. Keep your expenses under control. In a romantic relationship, you must be willing to take off the mask and let yourself be exposed and experience the good qualities of your partner without any hesitation.
3 Card “Money” Tarot Card Spread Positional Meanings:
The Three Card Spread is special and unique in many ways. Unlike the others, three cards do not solve only one fixed purpose. Each card and position can have different meanings. Every explanation depends on the motive behind the reading and the question bothering the user.
The 1st Card (The Past): This card represents your situation—why you’re currently in the spot you’re in. It often symbolizes a person or relationship in your life that has influenced your question.
The 2nd Card (The Present): This card represents the current problem, often as a direct result of the situation. Pay close attention to this card as it may be trying to show you things that you’ve previously overlooked.
The 3rd Card (The Future): The final card in a three-card spread provides guidance to face and overcome your issue. It may provide options you hadn’t considered or resources and people you’d overlooked.
Money Tarot Card Readings
What can you do to avoid financial struggles? Everything that you wish to know with respect to your money matters may be explained through a detailed Financial Tarot Reading. Start by focusing on that one finance-related question and keep it in your mind. Focus for a moment and think about your current situation, visualize it carefully and ask for detailed and helpful answers. You may learn how your financial situation developed in the past, your current situation, and how your future in this aspect may look.
Money Tarot Card Readings and Decisions
If you have the answer before the reading, then you’re not allowing the cards to guide your overall decision. Even though the Tarot reading is an excellent instrument intended for creative thinking as well as speculation, it is as well a fantastic resource designed for getting useful information regarding one’s financial condition and concerns. Each and every card within a Tarot deck can offer a financial interpretation.
Money Tarot Card – Asking Questions
Questions relating to money, wealth and prosperity are among the most common questions asked. Depending on your question, you may be expecting a yes or no answer. If that’s the case, you should consider each card individually. When you look at the card, does it feel positive or negative? Focus less on the imagery and more on the energy or vibe the card gives off. Then consider how bright the card is and whether that card has a specific meaning to you.
Money Tarot Card – Success
Through your Career, Money and Financial Tarot Card reading, you will notice new opportunities for success. It will help you to look at your present situation from a different angle, seeing new chances for improvement. Make it a habit to visualize your success daily. Remember that good luck follows positive energy. Working hard towards your goal is half the battle. A Tarot reading can identify the positive luck coming your way.
Money Tarot Card – Conclusion
Consider all financial decisions carefully and take your time. Never rush into any decision and do consult financial experts such as your tax advisor, the consultants at your bank, and, if appropriate and you think is necessary, neutral outside counsel as offered by various institutions and associations.