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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:
The reversed Knight says that you may be going from zero to sixty in a negative way with regard to your health. Don’t make negative assumptions until all the facts are in (if ever.) Think positively. Dread about health and about health procedures is almost always worse than the reality of them. Read about healing.
Card Meanings: Turmoil, Idleness, Revoked Offers Or Proposals, Manipulator, Heartbreaker, Procrastination, Fraud, Cheating, Jumping To Conclusions, One Night Stand, Trouble-Making, Obsession, Lack Of Diplomacy, Homosexuality, Moodiness, Disappointment, Bad News, Tantrums, Avoiding Confrontation, Untruthful, Sensuality, Deception, Unrequited Love
The Knight of Cups is an optimistic, good card to see in a reading. It often comes bearing messages. Usually these are the kind of good news that we all want to receive.
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Elements of the Psychic World: There are numerous yoga disciplines but the Sutras mention four distinctive paths that are the most important: kundalini, mantra, hatha and raja. Over time all these paths have led to offshoots but hatha yoga, which focuses on physical routines of the body over the development of the mind, is without doubt the most popular in the West. People of all ages and levels of fitness and experience now practise yoga. Benefits are thought to include stress reduction, relaxation, increased flexibility improved blood and breath circulation, better concentration and overall improvements in self-confidence, health and well-being.
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Creative Tarot: In every group of knights, theres always going to be one guy who is more interested in wooing maidens than in fighting wars. That guy would be the Knight of Cups, the romantic soul.
Tarot Triumphs: So the High Priestess is a teacher of wisdom. She can thus be perceived in different ways, according to inclination; she could indeed be an ancient goddess (Isis), or a female personification of the presence of God (Shekinah), or of wisdom (Sophia), or of spiritual birth (Mary). You may prefer to see her in the guise of one association rather than another, and very likely that was true too for others using the Tarot in past centuries. But if you go past the trappings, you can also see her as the symbol of contemplation itself. She sits at the entrance to the temple and is the keeper of its mysteries. In a reading, the card may suggest the need to tap one’s inner resources and to use silence wisely. Intuition, patience, and a considered approach are recommended, and restraint rather than thoughtless action.
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Reversed Cards: Have you ever heard the term crying poor? This term is often used to describe someone who always has their hand out, always asking but never giving. These people believe the world and everyone in it owe them something, even though they have more than enough to take care of their own needs. The shadow aspect of the Five of Pentacles shines a light on the parts of ourselves that take but never give back. We all do it in one form or another. We all try to get as much as we can for as little as possible. If this card is showing up in the mirror aspect, the universe is calling you out and letting you know it is time to start giving.