The Seven of Pentacles reversed acknowledges our need to stop and assess situations as well as the progress we’re making on our personal quest.
If you have been working hard then now’s the time to pause and reflect on such progress.
The Seven of Pentacles Reversed
No personal quest is an easy one. As any business tycoon that started with nothing and they will attest to their personal challenges over many years.
Perhaps you’ve caught the hard work bug. Congratulations! Such work ethic is largely ignored in our soft world today.
You’ve built a solid foundation but now it’s time to pause and reflect. You need to see how far you’ve come on the path and the obstacles you’ve overcome. From here, you can better plan for the more arduous journey ahead.
Our card depiction
For this card analysis, we’ve used Rider Waite standard series which we highly recommend. You can choose any tarot card deck that you feel speaks to you.
We see here a man that is in the garden. He’s clearly been hard at work all day. Have you ever spent a hard day in the garden? It’s not easy!
Such cultivated fields need to be appreciated. The man clearly has done a lot of work, but such ‘fruits’ of his labor aren’t ready for picking just yet.
His accomplishments become evident to him. When we step back and see the progress we made, it lights us up on the inside and we feel compelled to seek more.
Then man in his reflection is appreciative of the work he’s done while preparing for the next lot in the garden. He sees this as growing bigger and better than he’s done previously.
We’re proponents of planning to win, not just playing. Building a compelling vision for your life is as much about strategy and planning as it is about the action.
How do you plan? By establishing what you desire your life to look like in the next 10 to 20 years. Yes! That long. Gardens like the one depicted in this tarot card take several years to come to fruition.
With 10 to 20 years, you’ll have a complete forest to enjoy. One that you can stop and “smell the roses” for as long as you desire. One that you’ll be proud to call your own and thank yourself for planning strategically for this personal quest.
We also practice what we preach. Yocean Yogi looks to what it can accomplish as a brand and company in 10 years, not 5 minutes. We envision the future as though it’s already yet.
Now, cuch a time is a long way away. Until then, build that plan and continue forward.
Attraction + Action
It’s one thing to wish for something to happen. It’s another to use the Law of Attraction while taking consistent action. The man on The Seven of Pentacles reversed tarot card has done this evidently and perhaps you are too.
If you want genuine results for your future, it starts with a well-built plan paired with daily steps to get there. You’ll need to overcome challenges that come your way if you are to ascend to higher levels of progress and consciousness.
Such challenges will test you. In the heat of such challenges, you may wish to have this pause in the process and acknowledge your divine progress. You’ve come a long way already!
But rest will be temporary. There is still progress to be made and challenges to be fought.
Life isn’t easy, nor is our personal quest. This isn’t something to be taken lightly. An uphill battle it certainly will be with many others choosing to give up early on.
What do we find at the top of the highest mountain? A view that was worth every single step. That’s the ultimate place to take a long and well-deserved break.
Until then, the climb starts now.
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