44-Nine of Cups Reversed Golden Family Tarot Reading

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The reversed Nine of Cups is a signal that things are looking up. Make a point to really stop and think about what it is that you want in your life. You may be pleasantly surprised by how quickly it can come about. Dream.

Card Meanings: Illness, Eating Disorders, Unrewarding, Arrogance, Self-Hatred, Disappointment, Misery, Lack Of Success/Accomplishment, Lack Of Fulfilment, Failure, Disadvantage, Nightmares, Unhappiness, Pessimism, Addictions, Devastation, Overindulgence, Negativity, Shattered Dreams, Underachieving, Low Self-Esteem

The Nine of Cups is one of the most uplifting and pleasant cards to receive in a reading. Known often as the ‘wish card’ it can mean that what you are hoping for or dreaming about most is very likely to be yours in a brief period of time, generally, too.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: On the night of 7 July 1553, Mary Tudor, the daughter of Henry VIII of England, was taken in and hidden at Sawston Hall by the occupants, the Huddleston family, when Lady Jane Grey, Henry’s grandniece, was declared Queen in Mary’s place. On the morning of 8 July, fearing for her life, Mary escaped disguised as a milkmaid. In revenge supporters of Lady Jane burned the house down.

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Creative Tarot: Because the Nine of Cups is about finding satisfaction all on your own. As an artist, that means you don’t need to look to an outside source to tell you your work is good. This is harder than it sounds. So often we need someone else to grant us permission to feel good about ourselves. We look for outside validation from friends, peers, lovers, mentors. “Tell me this is good,” we say, handing over our most precious work. “Validate me. Tell me I’m worthy.” And because we have a bad habit of mixing up our selves and our work, that rejection or that acceptance can feel like it’s about us rather than something we created. A good word and we feel invincible. A bad one can send us into a tailspin of depression.

Tarot Triumphs: The need to cover every card in a Tarot reading was indeed a challenge. Would I be swimming helplessly, with no firm ground to rest my feet on? I soon learned, however, that although it could be a demanding process, it was one that I could cope with. I discovered that there are natural contours and definitions within the all-card layout: Some Tarot Trumps scarcely need individual interpretation, as they meld into a combined meaning with others. Others stand out within the reading and need more emphasis in their interpretation. Overall, the Fool’s Mirror layout is a kind of mandala, a mirror reflecting the state of play containing all the elements and creating a whole picture. Within that picture are light and shade, some strongly defined shapes, and other more subtle alignments. Even the ‘missing’ cards, in temporary eclipse, are a part of this.1

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Reversed Cards: Card 3: What action can I take to start healing this trigger and bring my focus back to my wish, goal, or dream?