The Seven of Pentacles shows that moment a person’s life when he or she is able to look back on the results of the hard work he or she has done with serenity and satisfaction. This person is most likely you; it could also be a person in your life who is very close to you.
The main meaning of the Seven of Pentacles is that it is the card of growth. With this card, you can be assured that the plans you are making for the future will eventually pay off; all that is required is persistence, elbow grease, and a little bit of faith.
At its heart, the Seven of Pentacles is an educational card and often makes an appearance during times of study.
Seven of Pentacles in a time-based position
Past – The Seven of Pentacles card in the Past position could mean that you’ve spent a lot of time, hard work and energy getting to where you are now, and it’s time to reap the rewards. You may have excellent knowledge that you can help others with, especially people who are starting out in the world.
Present – The Seven of Pentacles in the present position means life is slow and steady, you are reaping rewards of past sensible thinking and planning ahead for the future. Remember to be safe with whatever you are doing, take precaution. You might feel ‘stuck’ where you are now, and the Seven of Pentacles being drawn might mean you’re going to be here for a little while longer. You can make the most of it by doing your best in your current paradigm and eventually overcoming your boundaries.
Future – The Seven of Pentacles tarot card in the future position suggests a long path of continued growth. Have you just started something new? Expect it to be an ever growing part of your life. This could be any aspect; a new job, relationship, hobby, friendship. Whatever it is, you should expect good things if you continue to dedicate yourself.
Reversed Seven of Pentacles as Reconciliation
If you are asking about how your ex feels about reconciling with you, and you draw the Seven of Pentacles reversed, it means they are frustrated and ready to give up. They feel like they’ve over-invested in your relationship and they were left disappointed. In reality, perhaps one of you thought the relationship wasn’t progressing as fast as they’d like. And the lack of progress might’ve become a topic of contention. They don’t believe they can resolve the differences in expectations. They’re ready to move on, but may be open to reconciliation.
Keywords: Patience, persistence, tradition, investment, results
Sometimes this card marks a time when you just need to stop and assess where you are going with life. Are you getting all you want from your career? Is your partner the one for you long term? The decisions you make with this assessment will be relevant to your future, so you better get thinking about it!