Your Ten Card Tarot Reading


A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.

To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.



Four of Coins

The IV of Coins stands for the gains made from hard work. It is possible to acquire and save money at this time. While it is true that a penny saved is a penny earned, be careful though that you do not lock away all of your worldly gains and possessions without forethought. A key is required to open this chest, but if you look closely you will see that there is no key present in this card. You must be sure to have the ability to open the chest as needed before your choose to lock it.




Ace of Swords

When the Ace of Swords turns up, a grand yes! is yelled from the sky, a wish may come true. There may be a great realization, a manifestation, a liberation, an awakening, opening to the truth that sets you free, something miraculous.




Empress

The Empress signifies the female and chaotic power of the universe. She guards the powerful and vulnerable life force, which delicate balance should be protected but not constricted. This sensual and loving archetype teaches us to love and cherish ourselves as well as the world around us. A motherĂ­s true love means granting freedom for change and growth, protecting without smothering. As all mothers she juggles many tasks and she succeeds because she draws her energy from the love within her.




Eight of Coins

Because the Eight of Coins, is ruled by Virgo, it seemed natural that it should correspond to the lunar gardener's Moon in Virgo. Virgo is a dry, barren, earthy feminine sign. This is the only feminine sign not used for planting. This is a good time to do yardwork and maintenance. Weeds are less likely to grow, so pull weeds and turn the sod, especially when the moon is in its fourth quarter. More broadly, this card is about working and reaping the rewards of your labour. Sometimes these rewards are easy to lose sight of. Just as it can take many seasons before a tree bears fruit, so your projects may take time to come to fruition. Don't look for the shortcut that may leave your metaphorical trees vulnerable to drought. Deep roots take time to develop.




Two of Coins

The Two of Pentacles remind us how to adapt to change and to deal with all the dualities we have to face in our lives. By accepting all that is - light and dark, life and death, movement and stillness, male and female - and by using the means at our disposal, we can face all the fluctuations of life deftly and with a cheerful heart. The Two of Pentacles is a card of resourcefulness, which allows us to unite what might appear opposed, whether in our own minds or around us. It tells us that the earth might give us our foundation, but we need to rise above it in order to grow in body, intelligence, heart and spirit.




Ace of Coins

The Ace of Coins in a reading promises new beginnings in the physical world. Material success is implied by the coin that grows, large and golden, within this magic tree. Security and a sense of safety are also beginning to blossom here. Though the small den in the tree may be rudimentary, it is still a safe haven that will offer shelter from sun or rain and a safe place to sleep when darkness falls. The deeply planted roots represent the deep and abiding connection to the earth and provide the promise of stability that is the realm of the coins suit. Life, green and growing, is just beginning, from newly sprouted grass to the seeds that blow on the wind carrying within them the promise of life and renewal. In a reading, the Ace of Coins indicates the beginnings of prosperity, health restored, and a cozily secure, if unimposing home.




Ten of Coins

The wealth in this card usually does not come suddenly, nor to those without merit. It is a result of efforts. The couple in this card has received part of their wealth, both material and in terms of stable loving homes, from the generation before them, but did not rest on the laurels, and made their own way. As every completed cycle carries the seed for the new cycle, they are now ready to share their wealth and pass it on to the next generation.




Seven of Cups

Indecision in the face of many choices. Fantasy and an air of unreality. All may not be as it seems.




Seven of Wands

Individual courage. A difficult challenge. Victory obtained through effort. Opportunities for those that dare take them. Rising above difficulties.




Queen of Cups

The nurturing powerful mother; receptive, loving, intuitive, sensitive, compassionate, empathy, pregnancy.