Tarot reading can be a useful tool for self-discovery and growth. But don’t forget that the Tarot cards aren’t there to tell you what to do. Instead, they’re there to help you find your own path – whatever that may be.
The Two of Pentacles tarot card represents the path of wisdom and compassion, as well as hard work and commitment. The Two of Pentacles is a card of growth and transformation, but it’s also a card of partnership and friendship. So it can represent partnerships between friends or lovers, or between parents and children.
How to Interpret
If the Two of Pentacles tarot card is showing up in your reading, it may indicate that you’ve been searching for something important for some time. Perhaps you’ve been seeking something that will bring you closer to your goals, or that will help you make a positive change in your life.
The Two of Pentacles tarot card can also indicate that you’re in a long-term relationship with someone who is very close to you – perhaps someone who means a lot to you in some way. You may have met this person in childhood, and he or she has always been an important part of your life ever since. This person could be someone with whom you share the same values, beliefs, interests or goals. Alternatively, it’s also possible that maybe he or she is your best friend!
Two of Pentacles on Love
If there are two or more people in the relationship, this is an indication of how much work you will need to do financially to ensure the stability of the relationship. It may involve a plan to get a mortgage, buy a car, or take out a major loan to pay it off. You will have to decide whether you would like to put in the effort to make a relationship with someone to really enjoy it.
If there is no one you love yet, the card harps you back to deciding if it is time for a relationship. Are we really prepared to change some of our routines in order to give more room to a potential romantic partner?
This will enable you to ask questions that will allow you to be open and transparent with you. You need time to think carefully about what matters most to your situation, and then think carefully about what you should do to achieve that.