Love Tarot and the Reversed Five of Pentacles

Understanding the Reversed Five of Pentacles in a Love Tarot Reading

When it comes to a love tarot reading, the reversed Five of Pentacles can have two implications: one positive and one negative. In a positive tarot reading, a reversed Five of Pentacles can indicate that your relationship struggles may be coming to an end. Any difficulties that were putting pressure on your love life will see improvement. This is particularly true for those who have been struggling with any type of financial challenges. If money issues have been affecting your relationship, you can expect your relationship to experience a period of increased vitality and momentum. This may be a period where you will feel a great deal of relief and you and your love interest can take advantage of this new found respite.

In a more negative love tarot reading, the reversed Five of Pentacles can indicate that your immediate future will fail to see financial improvement. As a consequence, more strain will be put on your relationship. It can indicate that financial pressures can be emotionally draining you or your partner. You may feel as though your emotional needs are not getting met by your partner. The best course of action is to support your love interest through these difficult times. However, if there is a continually pattern of neglect, you may need to ask yourself if this relationship is really worth it.

In some cases, your own fear can be negatively affecting your love life. In a love tarot reading, a reversed Five of Pentacles tarot card can indicate issues associated to stress and anxiety. You need to make sure you are not putting these fears into your relationships or love life in general.  Fear can spill into all areas of our lives. It’s important to address what is actually triggering your fear and make sure you are appropriately dealing with it. If you are undergoing financial difficulties, you need to make sure you are not taking this out on your own love life. Try to stay in the present and know that change is inevitable. What is troubling you today doesn’t necessarily mean it will be troubling you tomorrow.

©2012 All Rights Reserved. Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used with his permission. They are for example purposes only.


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