Two of Pentacles
altThe Pentacles are mainly associated with the material side of life and the Twos stand for collaborations and combinations. From this perspective, it is easy to interpret the juggler on the illustration of the Two of Pentacles. He's trying to balance two coins in a perpetual game of movement and rotations, ups and downs. 

The Two of Pentacles is a card that primarily indicates transitions. Each coin goes up and down in order to strike a balance in the juggling game. Constant change and flexibility are also symbolized by the waves in the background. This card indicates our ever-lasting effort to make ends meet, whether it is associated with income and expenses or proper time management between work and family etc. The man in the illustration seems to be managing his coins well, but we can all imagine that this requires skill and practice. 

When the Two of Pentacles appears, it advises us to keep in mind that our physical and financial security requires our daily attention. When the card appears upright, it is a sign of good prospects for revenue, but safe and skillful management of our resources is always required. Money or career opportunities can appear or disappear at any time. The key is to remain flexible and adaptable to any new situations that arise.
 

If the question relates to personal relations, then the Two of Pentacles suggests that someone (or you / your partner) plays on a very delicate balance. It may be the time to build a more solid ground in your love life.


In negative position

When the Two of Pentacles appears upright in a negative position, it suggests that you are trying to do too many things at the same time. You may need to re-examine your priorities. Cut down on your speed. Relax and don't go crazy over what you should do. The more stress you allow into your life, the poorer results you'll have. 

Reversed
When the
Two of Pentacles appears reversed, it indicates that either you have lost your ability to balance your finances, either you don't care anymore. The coins fall from your hands or you let them fall. Whatever the situation, the Two of Pentacles reversed shows a lack of ability, skill, guidance or will to handle delicate balances. Take action now or you will soon feel that you no longer have control of your life. Also, if the Two of Pentacles appears reversed, especially in the position of the final outcome, it may indicate financial losses. Finally, it may symbolize the division of property and possessions in the event of divorce.

 

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