Wednesday tarot: Your free reading for February 20

Your intuition is a powerful thing and if you’ve been drawn to click onto this page, then this reading is for you. Take a moment to relax. Allow your shoulders to drop. Take three deep breaths and, when you feel ready, scroll to see your message. As always, take what resonates and leave the rest.




This week is all about bringing in the energy of abundance. The Four of Pentacles itself is a card that represents fears and concerns surrounding money. The image on the card shows a man who is well-dressed and obviously very wealthy, but who is clinging to and hoarding his coins. As a result, he’s essentially built a wall around himself. The message of this card is to understand the energy of abundance. Yes, money may be tight, but when we grab at it and hoard it, we’re in a fearful energy and this actually restricts the flow of abundance in our lives. The best way to receive more of anything (time, money, love) is to give it away freely and easily. Therefore whatever you’re hoarding, it’s time to give it. In the case of money being tight, this can be as simple as putting a euro or fifty cent in a charity box. If you’re hoarding love, do a kind deed for someone else. The universe adores the act of tithing and by doing this, you start to encourage the flow of abundance once more. The truth of the matter is that abundance is a constant energy we all have access to, we just have to let go of our fears and be open to receiving it. It’s a good week to make a charity donation (however small), do a good turn for someone and focus on and have gratitude for what you do have. Remember – what we focus on expands so focus on the good.

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The deck featured in this post is the Morgan-Greer Tarot in a Tin. This is an ideal deck for beginners. Bright and colourful, it’s easy to read with, small enough to shuffle and comes in a handy tin.