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When the Four of Cups reversed appears, this is a time to begin to get moving. This is not the time to be pitying yourself or giving in to the ‘if only’s.’ Start where you are, and know that no matter what is happening, you can make a difference. Count your blessings.
Card Meanings: Beginning, Focusing On The Positive, Focus, New Goals, Gratitude, Being Proactive, Zest For Life, Motivation, Seizing Opportunities, Interest, Enthusiasm, Letting Go Of Regret, Ambitions, Self-Awareness, End Of Stagnation
The Four of Cups is a card about wishful thinking. It warns us to remember to pay attention to what ‘is’ now, and the many blessings we each currently experience, and not to worry too much about ‘what could be.’ It is all too easy to overlook what we already have in the pursuit of what we don’t have.
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Elements of the Psychic World: On rare occasions drops ins are accompanied by phenomena such as table tilting, mysterious lights, apports and strange sounds and smells, and occasionally they speak in a language the medium is not fluent in. Many cases are inconclusive but in the best cases the information a drop in communicator brings is personal and has never been made public, but can be verified by a small group of friends or family members.
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Reversed Cards: In many respects, I find this aspect of upside-down cards to be very liberating. For if we see a card through the protection approach, it means the card has slowed us down or stopped us dead in our tracks for a reason. Think about how having cards in a protection aspect can actually be beneficial to your reading and your outcome. Think about how many times you have asked the question ‘How much longer?’ in a reading. This impatience is in all of us, yet getting to where we think we want to be in the shortest possible time is not always the best thing that could happen to us or those around us. With a card in the protection aspect, we get the opportunity to see what we would miss if we continued on our rush to the finish line path.
Reversed Cards: In all honesty, the knights of the tarot really could have their own book. They encompass hundreds of years of duty, honor, and integrity. The knights code is complex, and we really could spend hours upon hours debating how each of the tarot knights represents the many different facets of the knightly code. These four cards merge history, myth, and legend. They share a story of what it means to be of service. They teach us about devotion and commitment. The knights know that a long life is not guaranteed and that nothing should be taken for granted. These lessons can be much harder to learn when one is upside down and back to front.
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Tarot for Beginners: Interest in the Tarot grew quietly over the next few decades, until it reached unprecedented popularity in the U.S. in the 1960s. Since that time, a variety of new decks, philosophies, and approaches to reading the Tarot have developed. Where occultists used to argue for a specific set of interpretations that must be memorized in order to read the cards, 21st-century mystics see these things differently, emphasizing intuition over rigorous study. Many argue that as society develops and changes, so do the messages available in the Tarot. However, it is still considered useful to begin ‘at the beginning,’ with a basic understanding of the principles of Tarot as they were developed through the Tarot of Marseilles, and later, the Waite-Smith deck.