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Faith, Spirituality Or Psychic Progression:
When you pull The reversed Queen of Cups in this context, you may be hungry for immediate spiritual experiences and growth. This card reminds you that, again, good things take time, and that part of being loving is to be patient. Be open to – and proactive about – growth but don’t be in a hurry.
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.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Austrian mystic and educator who in 1909 founded a movement called Anthroposo-phy which is a blend of Rosicrucian, Theosophical and Christian tradition. Steiner described Anthroposophy as a path for spiritual growth on four levels of human nature: the senses, imagination, inspiration and intuition.
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Tarot Card Meanings: Queen of Cups; Normally said to indicate a woman, the card represents an emotionally intelligent person who reflects the mood and needs of those around her. Intuitive and insightful she will use her powers to assist those in need. Indicative of someone who is highly responsive to others. Reversed; generally the opposite or a warning that you are too easily influenced.
Tarot Triumphs: Number and pattern form a part of most symbolic systems. The concept that certain geometric forms and certain numbers are both important and sacred is found at the heart of many philosophical, mystical, and religious teachings.2 So it naturally follows that we will seek for this within the Tarot too, and many people indeed do choose to hunt for implicit significance within the Tarot numbering. After all, twenty-two (or twenty-one plus one) is an interesting number to investigateit is less common as a symbolic number than, say, seven, ten, or twelve, but with some potentially strong associations. The two most prominent are the correspondence with the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet, which in turn accord with the twenty-two paths on the kabbalistic Tree of Life, and the mathematical principle that there are twenty-one different throws achievable with two dice, the dice we can indeed see in many representations of the Magician, Trump no. 1.3
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Reversed Cards: All work and no play makes you a workaholic! I have always thought that the reversed aspect of this card is someone who has allowed their work to be the one and only focus of their lives or needs to be the best at their work. Here in the blocked aspect I think we can take this even further and say that right now work has become your way of denying what else is going on in your life. Remember, eights like to expand. They like to grow and roam free with force and purpose, and when one area of their life feels restricted and uncomfortable, it is very easy for the eight to find another area to throw itself into. Avoidance and denial never make anything better; they merely put off the inevitable.