Upright: Student, new project, curious, organized, manifestation
Reversed: Short term focus, lack of discipline, unorganized, immature
Page (princess), pentacles (coins), mountain, flowers, trees
Upright: This card represents a person or aspect of your personality which is youthful, ambitious, and enthusiastic. They enjoy seeking new adventures and projects and look forward to gaining knowledge and experience. They are practical but optimistic. Often exhibiting loyal traits, this page card is willing to work hard, stay organized, and plan for their future endeavors. This card represents the early stages of a project or of material manifestation. It is saying that now is a good time to begin manifesting something you have wanted. This page represents nature and the earth as well as the physical world around you.
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 behaving irresponsibly and immaturely. Perhaps too focused on the materialistic aspect of life, this reversed page can mean that you have a short attention span and are behaving carelessly in aspects of your life. It might be warning you to pay closer attention to your studies, career, or projects at hand. If you were considering beginning something new, now might be a time to sit and plan your course of action rather than jumping right in. Your dreams may be bigger than you are capable of tackling at this time.
The Page of Pentacles is the 68th card in the deck: 6 + 8 = 14, 1 + 4 = 5.
The number 5 represents expansiveness and growth. It points to positive changes stemming from challenge or struggle. The number 5 refers to breaking out of old routines and making way for the new in one’s life.
In a positive light, the number 5 refers to expansion, action, will power, drive, creative vision, thinking outside of the box, curiosity, freedom, and resourcefulness.
In a negative light, the number 5 points to restlessness, dissatisfaction, boredom, impatience, haste, and lack of commitment.
The Heart Chakra represents love and compassion. It governs our ability to offer love to ourselves as well as others while remaining emotionally balanced and capable of standing strong in our convictions. Tarot cards related to this chakra focus around love, devotion, connection to the divine love, and compassionate action.