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Queen of Pentacles

Urban Soul Tarot Queen of Pentacles

The Queen of Pentacles represents abundance, fertility and growth. Of all the Queens, she is the most like the Empress. The Queen of Pentacles is seated in her garden which she has created with love. The Garden is fertile as it has been nourished and de-weeded of any negativity regularly. Abundance flows in when we focus on gratitude and on the good in our lives, which means that we do need to regularly de-weed our mind of negativity. The Hare in her garden also represents the fertility of the queen. The mountains in the background are the obstacles this queen has overcome to make herself a safe, sacred space, where she is seated. This queen is hardworking, and she has a vision. In her hands lies a pentacle which she holds as though it were an infant. This Queen is the closest to the Empress and thus is very grounded. She is hardworking and is constantly taking care of everyone around her. The red of her gown indicates her passion. Her green robe indicated fecundity and growth. She is earthy and grounded with common sense and the ability to live in the moment. The path to affluence has been one, that was fired, with endeavor and diligence. The queen reminds you that you too can be prosperous like her, and a source of abundance. You just need to center yourself and work practically and apply common sense.

Meditation On the Queen of Pentacles

“Plant seeds of happiness, hope, success, and love; it will all come back to you in abundance. This is the law of nature.” ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

What are you focusing on? Are you working from gratitude? What do you need to de-weed to keep your contentment? What garden are you tending to today?


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