Upright: Hard working, loyal, detail-oriented, conservative, dependable
Reversed: Perfectionist, slow moving, stuck, self-sabotage
Knight, pentacles (coins), plough horse, armor, field, mountain
Upright: This card represents a person or aspect of your personality which is strong, loyal, and dependable. It is a person who is very careful when it comes to making decisions, weighing logically all aspects and ensuring that things are done correctly. While their progress may be slow-moving, any progress is long lasting, assured, and stable. This knight may sometimes reflect a sense of security in one’s endeavors and tell you that you may need to focus on the details of your tasks no matter how boring they may seem. This card can also be telling you that you are being too stubborn-headed and not allowing in outside views and opinions.
Reversed: If this card is pulled in a reverse position, it may be pointing to pieces of your personality or someone in your life who is feeling stuck and getting too wrapped up in the minute details that they are incapable of making any progress. It might be telling you to stop reaching for perfection and just take any action to start moving forward. This card can point to feelings of boredom with normal routines and telling you to do something different, stepping out of the stable and cautious rut you have made for yourself. This reversed knight could also be telling you to lighten up a little and stop taking yourself so seriously.
The Knight of Pentacles is the 69th card in the deck: 6 = 9 = 15, 1 = 5 = 6
The number 6 represents responsibility, balance, and harmony. It points to social responsibility and higher callings, a sense of community, and compassionate work.
In a positive light, the number 6 refers to nurturing, balance, equality and fairness, community, sympathy, humanity, unselfishness, loving home, and social responsibility.
In a negative light, the number 6 points to ego and flattery, self-righteousness, martyrdom, and domineering.
The Solar Plexus Chakra which expresses our life force, creative energy, passion, choices, and willpower. It governs our self-esteem, encourages us to trust our gut instincts, and reminds us that everything we need is always within us. Tarot cards associated with this chakra have to do with inner power and self-awareness.