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Faith, Spirituality Or Psychic Progression:
The reversed Ace of Cups shows a need for you to be more proactive about loving yourself. If you don’t love and care for yourself, just as you are, today, how can you expect other humans to do so? Being kind to yourself is important. Consider your connections to the spiritual world. You may need more time alone to meditate.
Card Meanings: Sadness, Blocked Or Repressed Emotions, Infertility, Unrequited Love, Hesitancy, Miscarriage, Breakups, Pregnancy Issues, Selfishness, Pain, Egotism, Bad News
The Ace of Cups is a very powerful, positive omen relating to love, happiness, and affection. Sometimes though, it is about new beginnings and although it usually means love it can indicate new beginnings in other areas of life.
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Elements of the Psychic World: As is the case with physical mediumship, fraud has often existed in mental mediumship, especially when spiritualism was at its peak. Medium Arthur Ford, who was often accused of fraud but never exposed, said that no medium could perform every time and rather than admit defeat on an off-day might be inclined to cheat. There have however been a number of noted mental mediums, such as Leonora Piper and Eileen Garrett, who have never been suspected of cheating.
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Tarot for Beginners: The Ace of Cups demonstrates a fresh start of a passionate nature and indicates emotional fulfillment, creativity and contentment. From falling passionately in love with a person, or committing to following a spiritual or artistic calling, this is a time of bliss. Pregnancy or childbirth may also be indicated, as this is a card of ultimate femininity.
Tarot Triumphs: But even if anima mundi, or the world soul, acts as a good label for this card, we will miss something unless we return to the implied juxtaposition of the two figures who can both lay claim to their place within this image: the dancing girl and Christ. It brings a final opportunity in the sequence of Tarot Triumphs to grasp the paradox and find yet more avenues to explore in understanding the symbol. In this light, I suggest that the World as Tarot Triumph is both male and female, sacred and secular, and that it marries elements from opposite poles of experience. All the strife between different forcesthink back to the Lover and his choice, and the cruel rotation of the Wheel of Fortuneis resolved here. There is reconciliation and integration of energies and values. As the last numbered card in the pack, it therefore indicates union and completeness. The spiritual world and the material world are conjoined, and the World can thus remind us of the beauty to be found in the commonplace.
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Reversed Cards: One could argue that the upright version of this card is actually the retrograde aspect of its ruling planet, Jupiter. When Jupiter is retrograde, it is much harder to find the traction to expand and grow, which means that when you flip this card in the reverse aspect, you actually free Jupiter and return it to its direct position. This may or may not be a good thing. It really does depend on what cards land before this one in your reading. If you can see that you have been spinning your wheels, desperate to find firmer ground, then this is a positive position for the Eight of Swords. If, however, you find dreamy, distracting cards in front of this card, maybe you want to keep Jupiter bound just a little longer.