Upright: Nurturing, protective, abundant, fertile, healthy, down to earth
Reversed: Lazy, neglectful, lack mindset, unhealthy
Queen, pentacles (coins), throne, roses, garden, rabbit, mountain, river
Upright: This card represents a person or aspect of your personality which is nurturing and motherly either to oneself or to another. It points to physical health and taking care of oneself, giving yourself what you need when you need it. This card can also point to fertility and a woman’s uterus or menstrual cycle. This queen represents a happy, smooth running household where everything is organized and meticulously maintained. It points to a confident person who is on top of things and happy to diligently serve. This card can also represent mother nature, reminding you to get outside and spend more time in a nature.
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 not taking good care of themselves or their environment. It may be telling you that you are doing things which are not healthy for you or your loved ones, like drinking too heavily, being lazy, or otherwise overindulgent. This card warns against selfish, short term indulgences. It can also mean that you are spending too much time caring for others and not enough time tending to your own needs. You might be enabling codependent behavior and need to step back and assess your family and close relationships. This reversed card could also be telling you that you are not managing your home or work life very well. You might need to work on a healthier balance, put routines into place, and be more proactive with managing the little things.
The Queen of Pentacles is the 70th card in the tarot deck: 7 = 0 = 7
The number 7 represents a greater sense of knowledge. It points to forces and wisdom outside of ourselves, signifying our spiritual life, divinity, and calling to something bigger.
In a positive light, the number 7 refers to higher intelligence, intuition, insight, meditation, introversion, dreaming, perfection, and spirituality.
In a negative light, the number 7 points to hidden motives, isolation, silent treatment, and suspicions.
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.