Understanding the Reversed Four of Pentacles in a Love Tarot Reading
When the reversed Four of Pentacles appears in a love tarot reading, it typically indicates issue with security. Of course, this can relate either to material security or can refer to one’s feelings about themselves or their relationship. In either case, there tends to be concerns that relate to how one feels within their relationship or how a relationship can serve as a means to an end. In other words, a reversed Four of Pentacles can indicate a person that is looking for a financially stable partner that has the ability to provide financial support.
There is nothing wrong with desiring a partner that has financial resources. However, there are certain times when a reversed Four of Pentacles can indicate that the need to find a “rich” partner is outweighing the desire to find a fulfilling or compatible relationship. In a love tarot reading, this often comes up when there are already pressing financial issues for the person seeking out material gain through a relationship. Unfortunately, this can often lead to people making very poor choices. As a result, certain love tarot readings that feature a reversed Four of Pentacles suggests that a relationship that is based on financial gain can turn into a very dissatisfying experience to say the least. In many cases, relationship based on financial arrangements often struggle with issues of power and control. Typically, the person with the financial resource proves to be domineering or can have very high expectations.
In some cases, a reversed Four of Pentacles tarot card can refer to selfish or greedy behavior. There may be a reluctance to share oneself with another or one’s own desires for security is influencing a romantic relationship negatively. On another level, there simply may be an issue of holding on to one’s relationship too tightly out of either fear or jealousy.
In a love tarot reading, the Four of Pentacles tarot card often calls for the need to give of oneself without any expectations. If you are in a relationship you want to keep, the best course is to simply let your partner be who they are without enforcing any rigid rules or ideas.
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