Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning - The Simple Tarot

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning

The Queen of Pentacles tarot card from The Simple Tarot, with keywords and the tarot card meanings printed on the cards.

In the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition, this card shows the Queen sitting on a throne carved with pears and other fruit. She is holding a pentacle in her hands and there’s a cute bunny in the corner, but she looks lonely. Her focus is inward.

Like all of the court cards, the Queen of Pentacles may represent an actual person in your life. If not someone else, it may represent a role you are currently playing or are ready to play.

This card specifically represents a nurturing person (male or female) who has a loving, gentle, and wise demeanor.

The Queen of Pentacles is the most ‘motherly’ of the queen court cards, in the traditional domestic sense. She also has the best garden of all of the queens, where everything is constantly in bloom.

She has created abundance through daily discipline and a healthy approach to life. She loves nature and is a resourceful manager of everything in her domain.

This is a card of domesticity, homesteading, and fertility.

Keywords for the Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card

  • A nurturing, loving person
  • Homesteading skills
  • A generous benefactor

Keywords for the Queen of Pentacles Reversed

  • Hard financial times
  • Financial dependence
  • Greed, envy
  • Imbalance of family and work

Patterns and Correspondences of the Queen of Pentacles Card

  • The Pentacles = rules the material world and money
  • Suit of cards = diamonds
  • Timeline = months to years
  • The Queen = inner wisdom and mastery
  • Element = Earth

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Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings for Love

The Queen of Pentacles loves love. She especially loves creating a home and filling it with family.

If you are looking for a new relationship or looking to strengthen the relationship you already have, this card is a good sign.

The Queen of Pentacles can represent someone in your life (male or female) who will make an ideal life partner or who has relationship advice for you.

If there is no Queen in your life, become her. Learn to nurture yourself, your friends, your family, and your community through love and service. Start with your own self-care and then expand your focus outward. Draw in love by being the most loving person you know.

Please note: This must be a healthy love. The Queen has no patience for co-dependency, weak boundaries, or unspoken expectations.

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings for Work

This card is extremely practical and resourceful. The Queen uses what she has in front of her to get what she wants.

She’s created an entire garden through her own focused action. Now that the flowers are blooming and the garden is lush, it looks so easy! But the Queen of Pentacles knows how much time and concentration went into creating such a beautiful body of work. She’s proud of her actions and her accomplishments.

If you need advice or help, look for a generous benefactor or mentor who wants to see you succeed. This person will help you nurture your career and guide you along the most prosperous path for you to take.

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings for Health

The Pentacles are the cards for physical prosperity and the Queen of Pentacles is a master of this abundance.

She is healthy, fertile, and generous. She has a natural approach to life and especially loves the daily disciplines leading to good health.

Model this queen and take daily walks out in nature, eat healthy food grown in a garden, and enjoy your body.

Focus your attention inward to take care of your mental and emotional health as well as your physical body.

Put your self-care first. First.

This means you must take care of your body and health first thing in the morning, first before anyone else, and first in your priorities. When budgeting your finances, put your health first. When allocating your time, put your health first. When making every choice you make, first think of your own (physical, emotional, and mental) needs.

Taking care of yourself first doesn’t make you selfish. It makes you wise, energetic, and compassionate. It makes you strong. And you will need that strength to become a loving, nurturing Queen to the people in your life.

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings for Money and Finances

The Queen of Pentacles is a master of abundance and she takes care of all she has created.

This card is about wisely managing your existing resources so you can invest and grow them for the future.

Instead of focusing on quick income, focus on slowly growing your assets to build a solid financial foundation. Small daily actions taken over the course of years will wisely create the bounty you seek.

This is a long-term project. Chasing quick-fixes or overnight success is for foolish dreamers. Be like the Queen and focus entirely on the present moment and what you can do today, right now, to build your financial future and make your dreams come true.

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings for Spiritual Guidance

The Queen of Pentacles, like of the Pentacles cards, is focused on the physical world, not the spiritual one.

But she’s living a spiritual life. Her spirituality is focused on the here-and-now, not some heavenly ever after.

For each of us, searching for spiritual understanding is about searching for meaning, connection, and purpose. The Queen of Pentacles has found that meaning, connection, and purpose through nurturing, loving, and serving others.

She has mastered taking care of her own needs and has energy, abundance, and love to spare. She is a pillar of strength, compassion, and faith. She is who we all want to become.

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