Tarot Card Interpretation & Meaning - 3 Of Pentacles
General: The 3 of Pentacles tells you that the people around you appreciate you and your efforts, and notice the quality of what you do, even if you don't get a paycheck. The Three tells you to keep doing what you're doing as you are on the right track (although there is always room for improvement.) You don't need to scrap something and start again.
Work: This is an extremely positive omen with regard to work and career questions. It tells you that your work is appreciated and generally well regarded, which is always a good place to find yourself. Similarly, if you are seeking employment, this card hints that you can expect success fairly quickly.
Love: In a love question, the 3 of Pentacles is a good omen. Particularly if you already know someone that you are interested in, this tells you that they see you in a positive light, as someone who has the qualities that they are looking for, although love has not quite developed yet. So there is a need for patience. If you're unattached but looking for love, this card indicates that you are likely to meet someone through your work or through theirs. Keep your eyes open!
Finances: The 3 of Pentacles is a very good omen with regard to money; it can mean that your proverbial "ship is coming in," though it carries with it the clear caveat that you still must do your part. This is not a card about windfalls, it's a card about fair remuneration for the work that you have done and the quality of it. Keep a positive attitude, keep plugging along, and the rewards will come. Things are looking up.
Health: Your health is likely to show a positive increase, but this is not a result of a miracle, it's the result of the work that you've been doing to improve your health. This card shows that you are on the right track; keep doing what you are doing.
Spirituality: Looking into ancient organizations and traditions may lead you into wonderful and very deep insight now. You don't have to join some organization unless you wish to, these insights can be gleaned simply by reading about their belief systems and organizations. Learn more about rituals from the past. They will deepen your spiritual understanding and practice.