Friday, December 17, 2010

Ten of Pentacles

If there was ever a tarot card that reflected affluence and contentment, this is it. Here are three generations  enjoying the fruits of prosperity all being overseen by the family patriarch. The Ten of Pentacles symbolizes security and abundance. Some interpreters of the tarot (J. Bunning) suggest that the card also represents conformity and convention.   I would also add the notions of tradition and establishment, as well.

Here are a few questions you may want to consider in your readings:

-Have you obtained the security you've been seeking for your family?

-If not, why not? What has stood in your way?

-Can you rely on your extended family?

-Who controls the "purse strings"?

-Is your family trying to manipulate you with money?

-Are you responsible or caring for an elderly parent unable to take card of themselves?

-Are you and your partner close to your in-laws? Is that working?

-Are you grateful for the abundance and wealth you may have accumulated?

-Has money brought you happiness?

-Would you describe yourself as holding conventional family values?

-If you  have children, have you made the proper provisions for them?

-Is there inter-generational or sibling fighting over money?

-Do you feel you have gotten your fair share?

-Do you know if your parents have properly prepared their estate?

-Do you know the details of your family finances?

-Is money a taboo subject in your home?

-If your spouse were to disappear tomorrow, would you be capable of handling your finances?

Amy bows low at the feet of all her holy teachers and asks for fortitude and heart.

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