Upright: Luxury, reward, self-sufficiency, gratifying completion
Reversed: Blocked abundance, financial setback, resisting pleasure, trapped
Nine, pentacles (coins), bird, grapes, garden, snail, castle
Upright: This card features a woman adorned with rich robes, surrounded by wealth, and luxury. She is strong and confident with bird in her hand (representing freedom) and snail at her feet (self-sufficiency, carrying everything he needs on his back). When this card is pulled, it means that you are financially abundant and enjoying the fruits of your own labor. You have been rewarded for your discipline and diligence and are allowing abundance to flow into your life. You are capable of receiving what is rightfully yours and enjoying it to the fullest extent. It may mean that you do not need to rely on anyone else and are capable of standing on your own two feet.
Reversed: If this card is pulled in a reverse position, it may represent blocked abundance. While you have put in the hard work, you are not allowing yourself to receive what belongs to you and, if you have allowed it in, you are incapable of letting yourself enjoy it. You may be feeling unworthy of the good things in your life, pointing to a lower sense of self-worth. This is causing you to rely on others when you would rather be supporting yourself, but you fear you will not be able to make it on your own. It may be reminding yourself to that you are worthy of good things. Now might be a good time to splurge a little on yourself, guilt free.
The number 9 represents completion, security, and pride in a job well done. It points to good works, healthy obligations, and a sense of humanitarianism.
In a positive light, the number 9 represents a giving nature, selflessness, completion, financial security, and congeniality.
In a negative light, the number 9 refers to possessiveness, smugness, conceit, selfishness, scattered interests, and attention-seeking.
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.