The Eight of Coins comes with a message of perfecting your craft. Whatever your special skill or work, repetition and hard work pay off. When this card appears for you, you are being taken to the image on our card, that alludes to the origins of Sufi whirling. It is believed that one afternoon, walking through a marketplace, Rumi was so moved by the rhythm of a coppersmith’s hammer that he closed his eyes and started whirling. The coppersmith, unaware of how his mundane, repetitive work had inspired someone to create a sacred form of movement, continued with his work quietly, steadily, and humbly. How does it feel like to be able to inspire others, seen and unseen, through your work?