Tarot Card Interpretation & Meaning - 5 Of Pentacles Reversed
General: In general, the reversed 5 of Pentacles says that in the recent past you may have felt "left out in the cold," as though everyone but you had everything made in the shade - but that feeling is passing. Your confidence should be beginning to renew now. Trust any reasons you're feeling for being upbeat.
Work: You may be moving beyond a place of feeling stuck when this card appears; new opportunities may suddenly be on the horizon. Don't hesitate, move forward with confidence. Yes, the period just behind you may have been a bit bleak, but that doesn't mean that the future will be bleak, too. Think positively and go after what you want and need.
Love: For reasons unseen, you may feel something that has been holding you back sort of breaking free. Suddenly, you feel more open to love, more able to take the chance of being vulnerable, and when this happens, almost magically, you may find yourself recieiving more love. Be open. If you're already committed, the relationship may suddenly draw closer and become more pleasing. The only problem this card can point to is if your relationship has been built on "it's us against the cold, cruel world." to survive, if you have that attitude, that must change.
Finances: Especially if you've been worried about money, it seems as though the worry is about to lift. Something comes through that allows you to breath easier. You will finally know, through and through, that you are going to be all right financially. Just do your part, and don't heistate to ask for help or advice if you need it.
Health: For no apparent reason you may find yourself feeling much better physically. Worrying about your health helps nothing and in fact tends to make you feel worse. Think positively, and trust that this better health can last, because it can. Support your health by eating well and exercising when you can.
Spirituality: As you see your life improving, you will begin to find yourself feeling more trusting of the universe and the "powers that be." Give thanks for all the good things--and good people in your lives. Consider how you might share the (spiritual) gifts you've been given, even if that's as simple as sharing a meaningful story from your childhood. Pass it on.