Two of Cups Tarot Card Meaning –
Creating Beneficial Alliances, New Partnerships
Poor Choices, Power Imbalances, Weak Partners
Two of Cups – Meanings
Two of Cups Tarot Card Feelings
The Two of cups tarot card means you feel on top of the world. For example, the Two of Cups represents the feeling of an engagement party or the signing of a contract after a successful negotiation. In the Two of Cups tarot card, there is often the feeling of two equals coming together to bring their unique strengths to the partnership. This card is often represented by a handfasting ceremony or two people sipping from a loving cup. The overall feeling of this card is very positive and upbeat.
Two of Cups Tarot Card Love Meaning
Two of Cups is all about love and engagements and moving things from informal to formal agreements. Take a moment to stop and think about what you need and want in a relationship because now is the time to negotiate and make your needs clear. Also, take a good clear look at things and make sure that you are not looking through rose-colored glasses. The partnership that you are contemplating will have a significant impact on your emotions and your health and livelihood. Be sure there are benefits in the relationship for both parties.
Two of Cups Tarot Card – Money Meaning
You are gaining ground on your finances because of a good partner. Keep strong and helpful people around you. They can help you be the best version of yourself. There is healing in the joy that communion with others brings.
Two of Cups Tarot Card – Health Meaning
Two of Cups is a strong health card and may signify that someone in your life that you have been thinking about is in the healing arts. Additionally, it can be a reminder to clear unhelpful people from your life and focus on those relationships that heal your soul. Do not keep people around you that will drain you.
Two of Cups Yes/No Meaning
Two of Cups upright is definitely a “Yes” card. Therefore, Two of Cups Reversed is a very clear “No” answer.
Two of Cups Reversed Meaning
On the other hand, the Two of Cups tarot card reversed tells you to pause and gather more information before signing any contracts. Just because someone asks for your hand doesn’t mean that you need to say yes. Remember to look at future partners even harder than you would a future employee. Marriage is a partnership and you need to be clear about what each of you will be bringing to the endeavor. Agreements made in the fog of infatuation will still need to be fulfilled when you are tired and the baby is crying. Be sure that you are in it for the long haul.
Additionally, there are always multiple meanings for every card but a good Tarot reader finds ways to develop their inner landscape to listen to the subtleties of each card. Check out this article on developing your own tarot language which will give you unique insight into any deck you choose to work with.
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