5 of Diamonds 

5 of Diamonds Meaning

Five of Diamonds

Playing the game of a Five you carry the energy of change, adventure, variety, and the freedom to experience life on your own terms.

Playing the game of a Diamond you bring this energy to what matters most to you, whether that’s material, financial, physical, or spiritual values.

It means that your game in life is to innovate what matters most. Yours are the instincts to refresh and revitalize what is truly valuable in life.

How To Read This Page

Above in the banner images, the left side image (top image if you're viewing it on a phone) is a visual expression of when you may be Off Your Game.

The right side banner image (bottom image on your phone) is a visual representation of what's possible for you when you're On Your Game.

And below is an introductory list of experiences you may have in four important areas of your life when you are either...

  • On Your Game -- expressing it positively in your life
  • Off Your Game -- expressing it negatively in your life

Five of Diamonds: Seeking Life's Treasures

5 of Diamonds: Personal Patterns

  • Doing things your own way and being courageously unconventional
  • Delightfully off-beat taste with a refreshingly off-beat sense of humor
  • Rashly seeking change, any change, just to break out of your perceived boredom
  • Hoarding your treasures and having a codependent relationship with your stuff
  • Restless and anxious, continually fidgeting in your body with nervous energy
  • In an ongoing mental argument with perfectionism and what you think you should do
  • Pro-actively searching for the pearls of life that make life meaningful and beautiful
  • And much more...
Five of Diamonds: People holding hands

5 of Diamonds: Relationship Patterns

  • Outgoing and cheerful; making friends wherever you go
  • Devoted to your family and also benefiting from the support of your family 
  • Romantically restless, but staying emotionally stuck in your relationship anyway
  • A strong mother figure may have dominated your upbringing and your mindset
  • Your own feelings are locked up inside you; hiding yourself behind a stoic facade
  • The needs, worries, and communications of your family cast a long shadow over your own feelings
  • Acting as a catalyst for dynamic, fun, and pleasurable experiences
  • And much more...
5 of Diamonds: Piled coins

5 of Diamonds: Career Patterns

  • Healthy ambitions to climb the ladder of success
  • Creative and innovative on the leading edge of new trends
  • Perpetual dissatisfaction with your income level and continually hustling to try to get ahead
  • Poor money management and poor financial decisions; tragic financial losses
  • A love/hate relationship with sales & marketing
  • Endlessly shopping; forever searching for a better deal and a better bargain
  • Shrewd knack for finding value that others have missed and then turning a profit
  • And much more...
Five of Diamonds: Kinesthetic Wisdom

5 of Diamonds: Health & Wellbeing Patterns

  • Enjoying your delicate, sensitive, and finely tuned body
  • Pro-actively investing an extensive amount of time and resources in your self-care
  • Unstable physical health with nagging, strange aches and pains in your body
  • Worry, upset, and uncertainty cause a nervous stomach and poor digestion
  • Despairing that you're doomed to never feel good in your body
  • Pent-up emotions and unspoken words make you physically ill
  • Kinesthetic wisdom -- your body knows things and your body is your art form
  • And much more...

It's All In The Cards!  

Was that mind-blowing or what?

Maybe a little confronting?

And totally amazing?


If what you just read about yourself didn’t fully resonate, try this: ask someone who knows you well to read the above list and see if they think it accurately portrays you.

And... would you believe this is just the beginning of what The Source Cards reveal about your life?

Now, Choose Your Own Adventure!

The wise person knows the Self and plays the game of life. But the fool lives in the world like a beast of burden.

~ Ashtavakra Gita (4:1)