Five of Coins
The five’s in tarot are all about readjustment and change, we’ve reached the midway point where our path is changing course. Unfortunately, when we hear these challenging keywords, many of us understandably jump to negative conclusions. Change in circumstances, fortune, job, personal conditions, our relationships, health, etc. Areas in life that we can’t ignore or avoid, but become deeply concerned when we hear about change.
While the characters in this particular version of the Five of Coins are hardly in a brilliant place, unlike the traditional version of this card, where they are seen struggling through a snowy scene, passing the warmth and comfort of a church. Significantly, in this version, they are seen deep within the safety of their newfound location. Seeking help and support, in the comfort and security of a trusted place, while holding tight to their faith and beliefs. This gives you a glimpse into your future, as the future is good, and despite how you may feel, be assured, all will be well.
There is an important message behind this challenging card, and the advice shouldn’t be ignored. While you may feel worried, anxious and concerned about your future. When we pluck up the courage to reach out for help, we move from a place of despair into a space of hope and recovery! You’re being encouraged to open up to others that you can trust, and in doing so, your challenging circumstances will begin to change and improve. You’ve heard the quote, “a problem shared is a problem halved.” Now is the right time to reach out, the time to get effective help and support. While this action may feel uncomfortable, even challenging at times, this is a necessary and needed transition to aid your healing and recovery.