Four Of Pentacles – Deviant Moon Tarot Deck
I. The Description of Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot
The stingy man in Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot is still not ready for his own tragic fate as he is led by a demon into a cursed sea of flames. Instead, he is looking back at his past life, gripping four coins in an attempt to hold onto his own earthly possessions.
Thus, Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon shows that one of the dangers of prosperity is the temptation to overestimate the value of money. If wealth and financial success lead to misery, you will find that you know nothing but it. Sadly, wealth has become your purpose in life and now you value yourself based on the wealth you have. This also means that you must constantly work hard to generate income to maintain current standards of living and your obsession with matter.
At times, Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot can display an inflexible attitude that is always looking for ways to resist change. You may wonder why change when everything is so stable and secure? Change can seem like a threat to you, and run the risk of losing all that is important. Therefore, any suggestion of change or movement will cause you to strongly object and immediately dismiss it.
II. The general meaning of Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions: Curmudgeonly, Greed, Selfishness, Appreciate material more than anything, Stingy people, Control, Stability, Security, Ownership, Conservatism, To get rich, Possess, Work hard to bring results, Manage money well, Solid financial foundation, A balanced budget, Asset acquisition, Home buying, Conservative investment, Continuous learning, Deep-rooted belief, Warnings, Gifts, Inheritance, To sink or to swim.
Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot creates positive and negative feelings. On one hand, this card states that you have accomplished many goals and achieved enormous material wealth in the process. On the other hand, there is a risk that you will only notice the value of material possessions and become greedy and narrow-minded.
Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot can also talk about taking control of your environment. You want to make sure your world is not changed, or if it does, it has to follow what you want and your way. The downside, however, is that things don’t always go the same way and you are probably trying to prove yourself to many people and unintentionally negatively affect your relationship.
It confirms that your financial situation is very well-built and your investments are dependable. You are very cautious about the money and do not intend to take the risk. You want to protect what you have and gradually make a profit through saving and investing safely. You are self-sufficient both financially and emotionally because you think money is the safety of emotions.
Although this Deviant Moon Tarot card shows a practical and financially stable person, it sometimes implies excessive ownership, greed, and prudence in life. You fear the risk both financially and emotionally because you are afraid to lose everything you have achieved so far. As a result, you are basically unsatisfied with life.
III. The reversed meaning of Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions: Material delay, Difficulty in business matters, Greed, Materialism, Self-defense, Problems with the budget, Financial insecurity, Carelessness, Poor financial management, Losing money, Hard to let go, Failure to delegate responsibility, Lack of payment for services, Little bonuses, Delays, Obstacles, Envy, Fear of failure, Timidity, Suspicion, Defense, Selfishness, Opposition, Lack of the initiative, Unnecessary spending, Budget disparity, Wasteful, Unattainable, Fail an exam.
In contrast, the reversed Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot turns to greed and stinginess. You are haunted by a fear of poverty and compel yourself to strive for the matter. You are being very materially and emotionally secure, and at the same time, scared about having to trust others. Also, on the contrary, you may be spending too much and need to better manage your finances.
In the relationship Tarot spread, reversed Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot points out that you have taken the time to focus on your career and somewhat neglect your relationships. Chances are, you have been quite successful financially but have lost connection with others. You have locked yourself up with work and money, and need to get out of the prison you have created yourself if you really want to enhance your relationships.
It is important to realize that success in your career is great, but it just comes down to a point. You need to look at your life and determine what you can bear to lose, especially work and similar activities so that you can focus on developing personal relationships.
The reversed Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot contradicts the advice of loosening your needs for security and stability and stepping out into the wider world. At first, you may feel fear, but this is a major step in your personal development.
The Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot in reverse often implies that you are trying to hold on and control too many things, many people, money, or circumstances more than you need to have a good life and a healthy spirit. At the moment, you should consider easing your mind and remember that you cannot control what others are doing or holding. We all have freedom in the will. Just focus on your own choices.
The Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot in reverse says that instead of figuring out how you can help, you let resentment get in your way. Are you in a very resentful position, as if you feel like you are indebted to something? Instead of looking for ways you can help, you might worry about how you will get paid back. Even if you have everything you need, you still feel miserable. This attitude restricts the flow around you. This is not an insurmountable obstacle, but you must find it in order to make progress.
IV. The guideline of Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot
Four of Pentacles was used to represent the paradoxical side of physical security – the double-edged sword of great support and protection. It sounds completely pleasant until one investigates the real needs that prosperity imposes on people – the pressure of big decisions, responsibility towards dependents or employees, and even more difficult decisions in times of uncertainty.
An immature person embarking on such a position lacks the perspective to properly assess risks and rewards, is more susceptible to bad advice or surprise, and could even put the livelihoods of loyal assistants at risk. This card also can refer to the subtler dependencies that comfort encourages, allowing laxness and self-indulgence to quietly degrade one’s reserve of will.
The figure representing this card needs to move slowly and deliberately if a change is needed, as the consequences will affect him more.
The Four of Pentacles Deviant Moon Tarot advises you to think conscientiously about all the people your activities impact, including those whose jobs and efforts have built up what you inherit and whose benefits depend on governance. your righteousness.
What you have been given is abundant; however, it is not without limits. If you are cautious and responsible, the gift will flourish. However, if you are frivolous or shallow, your behavior can undermine both your inheritance and the well-being of others associated with it.
In many Tarot decks, like Rider-Waite Tarot, we find a person stuck in his misunderstanding of how the matter plane works. He is afraid to give up his four little coins because he does not know he has to give in order to get it. When looked at this way, this is the card of the consciousness of poverty.