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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
In general when The reversed Queen of Cups appears in a reading about love, the outlook is good. This card reminds you to stay focused in the loving side of your personality. True, deep love for others also encompasses understanding that other people are on their own timelines. Do not be impatient or forceful or petulant. Good things come to those who wait. Be dignified and restrained, not pushy.
Card Meanings: Weak, Disloyal, Gloom, Manipulative, Lack Of Trust, Sulky, Giving Too Much, Smothering, Spiteful, Perverse, Unfaithful, Shallow, Self-Centred, Over-Active Imagination, Depressed, Overly-Sensitive, Lacking Direction, Insecurity, Unhappy, Bitter, Blocked Intuition, Vengeful, Frivolous, Emotional Immaturity, Needy, Silly, Disorganised
The Queen of Cups is among the most loving archetypes in the deck. She indicates compassion, love, and concern for ourselves and our fellow man. Often when the ‘court cards’ come up in a reading, they indicate an actual person, in this case a woman, in our lives. The majority of the time when The Queen of Cups appears, and is ‘standing in’ for a person, she is representing a female with hair on the lighter end of the spectrum.
This reading is part of a love tarot reading using the The Queen 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.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Cayce maintained that we all have psychic ability and that experiences such as dreams and intuition are proof of that. He also believed that if a person had good intentions and love in their heart they would always have a steady supply of psychic power to tap into.
Try our Love Horoscopes: Cancer and Virgo
Tarot for Beginners: The Court Arcana is the collective term for the Pages, Knights, Queens and Kings of each suit. These cards are generally thought to represent individual people and their influence on a situation, though they may reflect a personality trait within the querent that is either helping or hindering progress. Pages are often seen as messengers bringing some kind of news, while Knights, associated with swift-moving energy, often herald a sudden change in a situation. Queens and Kings represent the feminine and masculine ruling influences of their given suits. For example, the Queen of Cups represents the ideals of using emotional intelligence for the benefit of all, while the King of Swords may indicate an authoritative, competent problem-solver.
Tarot Triumphs: Before we investigate each Tarot Trump in depth, though, I will set out a guide to the Fool’s Mirror approach, in which the essential points of this school of Tarot are set out. All these ideas are brought out in the main text of this book, but here they are rounded up and presented as the twelve faces of the Fool’s Mirror.
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Reversed Cards: There is no doubt that expansion is at hand in this card. No matter what way you look at it, there is a want, need, desire for more than what you currently have. But how is that driving you, pushing you, and dictating your actions? Like it or not, some people will be ruthless to get what they want. They dont care who they hurt in the process or what sort of shady antics they have to pull off just as long as the end result is what they want. If this card has shown up in your daily draw or weekly spread, take a moment to think about the consequences of your current actions both big and small. Especially the small, as it is often the small, little, barely noticeable things that we do, say, feel, or think that give off the biggest and widest ripple effects.