Generosity / kindness / sharing the wealth / charity / donations
The Six of Coins represents a time of abundance and prosperity in your life. In complete contrast to the Five of Pentacles, this card reminds you of the fulfillment you are gifted when you share your hard-earned goods. Ponder what it means to give and receive, and show gratitude to those around you and those who have helped you reach a stable point in life. This card represents kindness, generosity, and giving back to your community. In addition, you have a strong community spirit as you see and feel support everywhere around you. A good omen in a reading: this card reminds you to share your wealth and show your appreciation and gratitude for all you have been provided.
The Six of Coins indicates that you have an abundance of wealth - not just material - that you are in a position to help others as well, or that someone else is extremely generous with you. You may be in a difficult position now, so don't be embarrassed to reach out. You will be provided as you give, and someone can help you out when you are in need.
Unpaid debts / abuse of generosity / strings attached / abuse of power
The reversed Six of Coins indicates abuse of generosity or gifts that come with conditions. Someone close to you is abusing their power over you by offering generosity. Their kindness is disguised with strings attached and ulterior motives. Alternatively, you may need to be more appreciated for everything you give. If you are in a position of power, this card may indicate that you are using it for the wrong readings. You may offer help not in the other person's interest but in yours. When you give, give with the kindness of your heart, without expecting praise. Make sure you set boundaries and ask yourself the right reasons when you're offering help.
The Six of Coins, in reverse, also represents the lack of community spirit, scams, and debts you owe. Be especially careful lending money if you are not stable financially.
Am I being open with my wealth?
Do I share with an open heart and without expectations?