What is the meaning of symbols in Two of Pentacles Tarot Card?
Two of Pentacles symbolizes balance and prioritization. This often indicates the need to balance the many responsibilities of life, such as family, finances, and work.
The picture of the Two of Pentacles in Waite’s Tarot deck shows a kid in a ridiculous hat juggling two discs connected by a ribbon in the shape of an infinity sign. In the background there are ships confidently sailing through the storm. The image speaks for itself. The main point is that, despite all the confusion and unstable situation, you manage to maintain balance and even enjoy it.
Representative of a happy approach to life, despite some problems. A symbol of carelessness, lightness, flexibility and playfulness.
The red-yellow color symbolizes acceptance and interaction with the material world, as well as self-indulgence, greed, envy, selfishness and passion.
Perhaps it means insecurity, or fear of others.
Green is the color of life, hope and growth. At the same time, it can mean immaturity, greenness, incompleteness.
It is a symbol of ambition, too much enthusiasm, arrogance, confidence, jealousy and longing.
This is a changing point of view and a flexible life position. He looks at the situation with amusement and does not allow his indecision to overwhelm him. It is also a symbol of balance and harmony.
These are two sides of the same coin. These are our strengths and weaknesses, light and dark sides, and they all need to somehow interact with each other.
One pentagram is higher than the other, it speaks of the ups and downs of life.
The Infinity Symbol
Symbolizes infinity, giving the impression that the fool can juggle pentagrams forever. An ongoing process of creating and confirming existence, as well as monotony and habit. It is also an eternal interaction of forces, constant renewal. There is no end to change, and we must always be ready for the gateways of fate. It is also a symbol of the infinity of possibilities, but it can also mean routine, monotony.
Represents a journey to uncover the mysteries of being. It is also a symbol of flexibility, harmony and balance in changes.
These are the ups and downs in life, a journey to new shores.
The Two of Pentacles is the player’s card, but also the card of a person who doesn’t care what decision to make. It shows that we know how to adapt to the vicissitudes of life, and we endure its ups and downs without unnecessary worries. Depending on what issue or with what area of life this card is associated, it can mean dexterity, sociability, gaiety, spontaneity and non-triviality, or the absence of one’s own point of view, conciliation, capriciousness and the habit of sycophancing or sucking up. Thus, it covers a wide range of qualities from complete lack of will to the wisdom of the royal Fool.
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