Like the Three Of Cups, the Three of Pentacles is a card everyone is happy to see. The threes are a pretty jolly bunch all up apart from one blazing exception (swords, I’m looking at you!) Let’s examine this one a little more closely shall we?
Three Of Pentacles: Three men stand in conversation around a pillar that looks to be part of the foundations of a church. One man is the mason working on the building. Another is a monk who with the other man is going over the plans. Together they are working out the next step that should be taken.
Threes are about growth and creativity. Pentacles are about what we value. This card signifies the satisfactory completion of an initial stage of some task or project. It’s a sign of encouragement. The pat on the back we sometimes hesitate to give ourselves because our eyes are so focused on the end product we don’t always notice the fantastic progress we are making. We only notice how far we have to go rather than how far we’ve already come. Writers in particular are notorious for feeling like failures. The writing can never seem good enough.
So when you get this card tell yourself: Congratulations! You’re on your way to making your dreams come true! Because in some area of your life this will be true.
Has this card come up for you lately? Did you know why?