Four of Coins ~ Zap Poverty Thinking! (Thursday)

Today’s Tarot card is the Four of Coins from the Fairytale Tarot and it is represented by the fairytale The Fisherman and his Wife (a story I loved as a child).

The story is about “poverty thinking” and feeling like you never have enough, no matter what your situation. It doesn’t matter if you live in a castle with trunks full of jewels, if you feel poor on the inside, you will never know true wealth.

So today is all about feeling abundant and wealthy. Feel as though you have more money than you need, feel what you think it feels like to have more time and energy than you know what to do with!

How you feel is more important than what you have. You can enjoy material riches only when you feel abundant on the inside, otherwise you will always be clamoring for more and never feel sated.

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4 Responses to Four of Coins ~ Zap Poverty Thinking! (Thursday)

  1. Jamie Morris says:

    What a great interpretation of this particular card! You don’t need the silly ol’ book. You could write your own for this deck!

    In fact, I was thinking last night how, generally, your interpretations add to my understanding of the way the cards energies work in real life.

    Thanks for you!

  2. Randi says:

    Love today’s message – was just speaking to a client about this yesterday (which meant it was meant for me, too!). Perfect timing ♥

  3. Lady L says:

    I would like to add: Be thankful for what you have and focus on all the blessings in your life!! 🙂

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