Category Archive: Reflections

Five of Coins

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Poverty. Despair. Loss. Desperation. The Five of Coins is one of the cards in the deck that is unambiguously bad. it’s a card that foretells a loss of resources, a loss of wealth.… Continue reading

Five of Coins

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Destitution. Poverty. Loss. The vagaries of fortune; a lost gamble; an unforeseen risk with dreadful consequences. There is no good way to read the five of coins, and no amount of squinting will… Continue reading

Four of Coins

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The Four of Coins is a card that doesn’t look so bad — at first. The Four is someone holding their money close. It’s not immediately clear why, if it’s simply a desire… Continue reading

Four of Coins

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Where the two of coins struggled to keep a balance, and where the three is the promise of rewarded diligence, the four of coins is instead a card of clinging, of making sure… Continue reading

Three of Coins

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The Three of Coins is all about learning your skills. This is a card of work — but not in the intellectualized, information way we usually think about work. It’s not necessarily hard… Continue reading

Three of Coins

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Three coins sit as a reward for labor; an incentive for further work; a price agreed upon for goods not yet delivered. Where coins are the suit of prosperity and abundance, the threes… Continue reading

Two of Coins

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The Two of Coins is all about balance and weighing. We talk a lot about balance, but it’s hard. Things are always shifting, priorities always moving. To balance them is a constant state… Continue reading

Two of Coins

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If we consider coins to be the suit of the physical realm- the body, the earth, health, wealth, and abundance, and twos to be generally the cards that hint at balance, at evaluation, then… Continue reading

Ace of Coins

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This is the beginning of wealth. It may feel like a fortune or a drop in the bucket, but it’s not the end, not by far. This is the wealth that starts it… Continue reading

Ace of Coins

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Stability. Abundance. Prosperity. The initial investment which leads to the overflowing coffers. A shimmering hoard, the goose laying the golden egg. A house, grown addition by addition until it sprawls. Fields ripe in… Continue reading