This card represents your financial situation and reflects your relationship with money.
Three of Pentacles (Reverse)
It shows reluctant attempts and a mean or below average labor. Usually, little effort or much work is applied to the situation. The client undertakes only what is appropriate rather than the expected skills and abilities.
This card represents basic affairs related to money and reflects your feelings and thoughts about money.
Five of Cups
Foreshadowing the decisions you make about the end of a matter and the losses that this decision brings, this card warns you that the finishes are a bit annoying and offensive. You should not dwell on these losses and despair. It would be more accurate to focus on the values you still have. Sometimes the loss may turn into profit later reminding the card, is also the spokesman of the big changes.
This card represents your past impressions and impact on money.
Three of Swords (Reverse)
A separation that is less painful than it feels is waiting for you. You should know that your feelings will be less hurt, even if it is a troubled period. It may be that a previously separated relationship goes back to separation. For example, if a health care operation is waiting for you outside of the relations, the size of the distress you will suffer will be narrower.
This card represents your spiritual relationship with money and reflects the important lessons you need to take.
Seven of Wands
After a period of ups and downs in your ventures, you can continue to insist on your thoughts. The struggle within you even brings you serious defense examples and stubbornness.
This card represents the actions you will take to change the current financial situation.
Ten of Cups
Family, harmony and true love are intense. Your situation will continue to remain positive. In order to ensure continuity in relationships, situations such as marriage or partnerships may arise.