KNIGHT OF MATERIALS
— Productivity and diligence paying off —
KNIGHT OF MATERIALS (PENTACLES) TAROT CARD MEANING
THE KNIGHT OF MATERIALS TAROT MESSAGE
hard-work, steadfastness, fortitude and determination, safety, planting and tending seeds for the future, financial security, foundations
One foot in front of the other, sweet creator. Steady paces make for a beautiful harvest.
The task of joy
EXPERIENCING the Tarot KNIGHT OF MATERIALS
This knight loves to cultivate the fields of his success. He takes great joy in tilling the soil and removing the tiniest of weeds, and he finds such gratification tending to the smallest of details, knowing that they will make a difference in the future. He runs through his little patch of soil, every day, and he works towards his harvest in a consistent manner. Purposeful. He once tried to take great risks with his fields, working in long, sleepless spurts and with giant showy plants that would reap even bigger rewards. Most of the large plants withered when his worries about his income overtook his ability to just be. To just do. To just find happiness in the simple movement of life. He soon found that he was much happier without the splashy accolades, and that he was infinitely more confident with his beautiful little succulents… the ones that offered guaranteed, stable success, whenever he was consistent. While his tasks may seem like a hum-drum routine to some, he finds great Zen and relaxation in a task well-done. Meaning. He is more than satisfied with his growing collection of beautiful plants, watered and loved – sunned and birthed with his energy. Finding the right routine for his style of care, and choosing the right plants for his style of watering made all the difference in the world to his harvest and his happiness. And he watches them grow… knowing that someday he will be well taken care of, because of the them.
Spend some time in the Knight’s succulent garden, and when you find him working, ask him your question, or offer a helping hand.
Succulent mandalas! The geometries of life are found within succulents, sunflowers, and so many other plants. Take some time to draw a succulent mandala, starting with a center dot or a circle. Add rows of simple leaves (or triangles) to the outside, and think about something you are growing and easing into fruition.