44-Nine of Cups Reversed Golden Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

reversed or upright, this card is a very good omen for your love life. Existing relationships are likely to deepen, become sweeter and more meaningful, at very deep levels. If you’re single, you are likely to meet someone with whom you can have a deep, very meaningful and real relationship in the next few weeks. Mingle!

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.

This reading is part of a love tarot reading using the The Nine of Cups using cards from the with the Golden Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

Here are some snippets from a few of my favorite books

Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Blow on a dried dandelion’s head and scatter the seeds to the winds. Most people do this for fun; however the dandelion will also provide magical messenger services. Allegedly the seeds will carry loving messages and wishes to the one you love. Focus hard on your desires and blow.

Try our Love Horoscopes: Libra and Aries Match

Creative Tarot: And finally, I’ve included some recommended materials to go along with each card: films, books, songs, poems, paintings, and so on. Some of these recommendations illustrate the card’s deeper meaning, like the film Auntie Mame for the Nine of Cups. The self-contained happiness and pleasure of that card is shown in the world-traveling, party-throwing, joyful, and wise spinster aunt. Other recommendations are the finished product of the block or obstacle that is outlined in the stories of the cards, like David Bowie’s 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, which represents the Star’s need for you to be the quirky, eccentric genius that you are, even if people look at you funny. These lists are in no way complete; just consider them little samplers to guide you on your journey.

Tarot Triumphs: In a Fool’s Mirror Tarot reading, each of us takes on the guise of this fool in an innocent quest for meaning. With the cards as a mirror, we can hold up a reflecting surface to the universe and witness the forms and designs captured there. We aspire to do this for others too; the job of fool-as-Tarot-reader is to enable someone to perceive the situation that the mirror captures and to gain a little perspective on it. Perhaps, with good intention and a little luck, we will be able to convey this with wisdom too. Our knowledge of the Tarot helps us to interpret the cards, and by going further, and simply beholding that reflection, we may also touch on a deeper level of knowledge coming from a greater source of consciousness.

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Reversed Cards: For me, the Three of Wands in the upright position has always represented the idea of ‘go big or go home.’ I am sure it has something to do with the figure always peering off the top of a cliff wondering about what is beyond the horizon. If in the upright position it is the ‘go big or go home’ card, then here in the blocked aspect, there is a good chance you’re still sitting on the couch freaking out about the whole concept of what ‘going big’ actually means. This is what we call resistance to expansion. We all suffer it at certain times in our lives. Leaving what you know behind for what you don’t know can be scary, but it might also be the best adventure of your life.