In the Four of Pentacles tarot card you see a man holding one Pentacles very tightly in his hands as if not wanting to let go. He also have his feet holding down 2 Pentacles and one one his crown. The Pentacles on his crown represents using the resources for higher good. The other Pentacle in his hands represent what he his holding on to very tightly. The Pentacles at his feet are what he hasn’t found yet or where he is going. The man being away from his town can be seen as him making his own contribution to the world or being isolated.
Four of Pentacles Upright
- Solid financial situation
- Financial gains
- Hold on to your possessions
- Overly cautious
- True Values
- Not seeing things clearly
- Regretful of choices
- Get in writing
- Saving money
Four of Pentacles Reversed
- Fear of financial loss
- Loss of money
- Fear of failure
- Money problems
- Protecting your investments
Question to ask when pulling the Four of Pentacles tarot card:
- What matters most to you?
- Are you trying to control situations?
- What are you trying to hold on to?
- What do you want to hold true to?
- Are you remember what is most important to you?
- What do you want to let go of?
- Are you staying true to yourself?
- Are you sacrificing your values?