Two Of Pentacles



juggling keeping everything in balance coping with demands getting people to work together making sure all areas are covered having a lot of irons in the fire moving forward smoothly emphasizing all aspects equally being flexible adapting quickly feeling free to try new approaches going with the flow refusing to let change throw you opening to developments seeing the possibilities handling challenges changing directions easily having fun doing something you enjoy getting a kick out of life taking time to play feeling in high spirits whistling while you work seeing the humor in the situation kicking back

OPPOSING CARDS: Some Possibilities

• Hierophant - following the program, being conventional

• Five of Wands - being at cross-purposes, not working out

• Six of Swords"> - the blues, feeling listless

REINFORCING CARDS: Some Possibilities

• Temperance - balance, finding the right mix

• Four of Wands - fun, excitement, parties


In the film First Knight, Lancelot takes on a challenge - to move down a line of swinging blades crossing in front of him at random intervals. He succeeds because he is alert, agile and patient. He knows when to move and when to stay still. He glides through the dangers enjoying every moment of this deadly obstacle course. Lancelot has tapped the energy of the Two of Pentacles.

There is nothing quite like the feeling of being graceful and effective at the same time. On the Two of Pentacles we see a young man dancing as he juggles his worldly concerns. The infinity sign loops around the two pentacles to suggest that he can handle unlimited problems. In the background we see two ships riding the waves easily - cruising the ups and downs of life.

In readings, the Two of Pentacles lets you know that you can juggle all demands made upon you. In fact, you will relish the excitement of every hurdle. If you do not feel this level of confidence right now, this card asks you to believe in yourself. You have all you need to meet your every goal and more. Embrace the challenge.

The Two of Pentacles also reminds you to be flexible. Lancelot could not have navigated the swords walking in a straight line. He had to move freely and lightly in all directions as needed. You too must be supple if you want to prevail. Don't force your way through or you will be cut down. Now is not the time to be rigid. Know that sometimes a side step, or even a back step is the surest way forward.

The Two of Pentacles is also a symbol of fun, laughter and good times. It is definitely a high-energy card. If you are feeling tired or depressed, this card may be a sign that greater vitality will be yours. If you are feeling revved already, the Two of Pentacles could be a warning against overstimulation. Be sure you get the rest you need so that you can enjoy the up energy of this card.




working as a team coordinating with others finding all the needed elements functioning as a unit getting the job done together contributing to the group cooperating combining efforts planning organizing resources following a schedule operating in the know nailing down the details being an ant, not a grasshopper reviewing beforehand going over possible problems being prepared being competent getting the job done carrying out an assignment well meeting your goals proving your ability achieving more than what's expected knowing what to do and how to do it being up to the job

OPPOSING CARDS: Some Possibilities

• Five of Wands - lack of teamwork, no cooperation

• Seven of Wands - opposition, dissension

• Eight of Swords - not feeling up to the job, lacking direction

• NIne of Pentacles - doing it yourself, not focusing on teamwork

REINFORCING CARDS: Some Possibilities

• Hierophant - working in a team or group

• Temperance - combining forces

• Three of Wands - planning, preparing for the future


In the opening of the film Mission Impossible, a crack team of specialists is working on a dangerous assignment. The members of the team are mapping out a strategy, coordinating resources and drawing on their skills and ingenuity to complete the mission. This is the Three of Pentacles in action: teamwork, planning and competence.

The Three of Pentacles is one of the cards in the Tarot that focuses on the group. (The Three of Cups and the Hierophant are the others.) As Pentacles are grounded and practical, this card represents a task-oriented team - people who are working cooperatively toward a common goal. There are few jobs that can be accomplished alone. We need the help of others to achieve our goals. Sometimes the Three of Pentacles is a sign that you will be more productive if you work with others. You don't have to do it all by yourself.

This card can also show a need for planning and preparation. Now is not the time to rush into something or begin a project with only a vague idea of what it's about. You need to think everything through, go over all the possibilities and make sure you work out the details. Do your homework, and your undertaking will flourish.

Another feature of the Three of Pentacles is competence - the ability to get the job done. How rare this is nowadays! This card tells you that you have the skills and knowledge you need. You can attract capable people and create a successful environment. Know that the situation is (or will be) in good hands, but be sure to concentrate on excellence in your work. Be proud of what you do and how you do it. Then you will accomplish your "impossible" mission.

The Illustrated Key To The Tarot

The Illustrated Key To The Tarot

The pathology of the poet says that the undevout astronomer is mad the pathology of the very plain man says that the genius is mad and between these extremes, which stand for ten thousand analogous excesses, the sovereign reason takes the part of a moderator and does what it can. I do not think that there is a pathology of the occult dedications, but about their extravagances no one can question, and it is not less difficult than thankless to act as a moderator regarding them.

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