Deck: The Wizard’s Tarot
This post is part of my 45 Experiment: Using the daily tarot draw to bring more financial abundance into our life. I will be using the Wizard’s Tarot by Corrine Kenner and John J. Bluemen for this experiment’s deck.
Day 44: What can I do to bring more financial abundance into my life?
6 of Pentacles
In the card, we see money exchanging hands. The 6 of Pentacles is often associated with generosity – with helping others. Now this could be volunteering your time as well as your money, if you are able. How can this bring financial abundance into your own life? One way is that you are getting yourself out there – you are becoming known and trusted. People tend to spend their money at businesses that they trust and with people they know. So if you have a business, getting involved and volunteering at the local level can help generate business towards you. Don’t hesitate in doing a bit of networking when you are out in the community.
This card may also be pointing to the need for making changes in your work system in order to put processes more in balance. This could be ensuring that the workload is fair and equitable for everyone or could even be point to the need to balance your books. It may cost a bit of money in the short-term to upgrade, but it may be worth it in the long run.
The exchange depicted here could also point to the need to call in the help of experts. If there is a part of your business that is not as successful as you would like it to be, calling in outside help could point you in the right direction. This especially goes the same for any writing projects that you are working on. Hire a book editor (or a trusty friend) to go through your work before you publish it. It could make the difference between a successful and non-successful work.
Jobs/occupations for 6 of Pentacles: Loan officer, banker, bookkeeper, accountant, investment analyst, stockbroker, real estate agent, sculpturer, materials acquisition specialist, singer/musician, chief financial officer, comptroller, judge, attorney, merchant, leader of a charity, money management specialist