Free Daily Tarotscope — Oct 1, 2015 — Four of Coins

Tarot of Delphi -- Four of Coins

Four of Coins

Today you want to be thinking about what you’re holding onto that’s keeping you from moving forward.

“Coins” is often automatically presumed to mean money, but it can extend to other areas as well, such as personal values, principles and belief systems.

The concepts of hoarding and squandering are depicted in this version of the Four of Coins (from the gorgeous Tarot of Delphi) by the Greek god Narcissus, who became so enamored with his own reflection that he was unable to turn away, causing him to miss on opportunities to experience the love of another.

Ask yourself, what are you holding onto too tightly and what potential opportunities are you missing out on as a result? It could be money or material possessions; or it could be loved ones or ideals. Whatever it is, remember that in protecting your own assets and keeping peril at bay, you’re also preventing new experiences from getting in.

One of the more positive aspects of this card is the idea of falling in love with yourself. We all know that this is the first step toward establishing healthy relationships with others. But taken too far it can lead to the degradation of love’s purest essence.

Remember that fear — along with greed, stinginess, avarice, etc. — is a symptom of a much greater problem. It can stop you in your tracks and prevent you from acquiring the very things you want. The fear or not having enough — or of losing what you already have — can reverberate endlessly like the ripples in Narcissus’ stream.

Embracing this philosophy can act as a springboard for you to make some important changes. The Four of Coins encourages you to let go of your fears and open your heart.

 

 

 

 

Delphi-complete_set-08Todays card — Four of Coins — comes from the Tarot of Delphi deck by J.D. Hildegard Hinkel, self-published through Aello Publishing

This deck features original paintings from the 19th and early 20th centuries, with 24 Victorian and Edwardian artists. Pre-Raphaelite, Symbolist, Neoclassical, Aesthetic, and Academic art. 

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Used by generous permission.

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