Balance: We often see The Meerkat on 2 legs, symbolizing the balance we have got in our lives (or not). Is there something you are not letting go of? Are you working too hard? Is someone being unreasonable about something? Are you dealing with a breakup or passing?
Money: The Meerkat can be a card about money and financial prosperity. It can come as a warning or a sign that things are going to get better. It can sometimes signify a business man such as an accountant, banker or solicitor.
Romance: The Meerkat can be a card about romance and relationships. It is generally an optimistic card but is best used as guidance for existing arising issues.
Fertility: Drawing The Meerkat can be a sign of pregnancy, present or future. It can also represent a very young child or a mother-to-be in your life. More symbolically it can mean seeds of an idea or project that need your attention.
The Meerkat can signify a person in the middle of a situation, occasionally a person trying to break a relationship. Alternatively it can signify a healthy pregnancy.
Upright Meanings: hard work, crossroads, rewards, gestation, hard work paying off, growing, pay-outs, planning, taking stock, approaching retirement, manifestation of ideas or goals, harvest, cultivation, patience, re-evaluation, nurturing, reviewing, things coming to fruition, development, inheritance, effort, questioning, results, perseverance, profits
The Meerkat indicates that you have been working very hard and it will soon start to pay off. This minor card means that things are coming to fruition so you can expect results when it appears in your spread. It is a very welcome card if you have been persevering with a situation or task and have felt like you’re getting nowhere, as it tells you success is just around the corner! Whatever you have been putting your energy, you will start to reap the rewards. It can also signify being at a crossroads in terms of which life direction to take or needing to take stock of things and make a decision. The Meerkat can represent manifestation of ideas, ambitions or goals so now is a great time to focus on what you want to achieve and make it happen. It is also a card of harvesting, cultivation, growing, planning, patience and finishing what you started.
Reversed Meanings: investments, lack of growth, frustration, not putting effort in, lack of reward, not taking stock, impatience, aimlessness, not finishing what you started, cash flow problems, delay, waste, workaholic, slow progress, procrastination, lack of reflection, postponed retirement, laziness, setbacks, bad business/financial management
The Meerkat card reversed can indicate that you may have been working very hard or putting lots of effort into something for little pay or reward. It can also indicate someone taking on too much, overdoing it or being a workaholic. You may be feeling that nothing you do pays off while others seem to get what they want easily. Alternatively, this minor card in a reversed position can represent a lack of effort, procrastination, laziness or aimlessness when it appears in your spread. It can also signify a change of plans or life direction, a lack of life direction or not taking stock of things and reflecting on things when you should. The Meerkat reversed represent lack of growth, setbacks, delays, frustration, impatience and not finishing what you started.