The four gold in the Tarot, is attachment, possession, fear of change and the unknown. His figure shows how he grabs with greed to the four gold pentels, when we talk about love and relationships with the 4 gold we whimsically cling to a relationship that does not work, or the couple is trying to control the relationship in a position of egoism and greed, does not give space by clinging to the other for fear of losing the person he considers of his possession, creating addictions and evil habit, feeling unable to modify his behavior for lack of discipline necessary to make the effort required.
The Four of Pentacles symbolizes power on the material plane. This card refers to economic security or personal material.
When we have a fixed source of income or have savings, we feel safer, we can relax and enjoy life because we don't have to worry about how to pay bills. What we've accumulated is enough to feel safe. This card reminds us of the pyramid of human needs. We need to feel safe in the material ground to feel safe in other fields
Control is valuable. In chaotic situations, a firm hand is needed to provide structure and organization. Too often, however, the need for control gets out of hand, drowning creativity and individual expression. In readings, this card asks you to carefully measure the level of control in your situation.
The Four of the Pentacles may represent property issues. You may be involved in obtaining and maintaining money or some other product. You may have problems with possessiveness or jealousy. Use the energy of this card to preserve and defend, but not to claim. People need to be free to determine their own lives.
Physical or material self-gratification, greed, hides behind a wall of money, greed, dormant resources.
Consolidation, fortress, reserved, conservative, saving, accumulation, possession, calculation, protection.