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This card signifies support and love in the context of health. If you have need of healing, look to women/those with strong feminine energy. She also indicates the need to be loving and supportive of yourself, particularly if you are facing health challenges. If you are dealing with illness of some type, The Queen of Cups can mean that you need to forgive and send love to your body. No matter the situation, your body has doubtless been good to you in some ways. Think positively and trust in the universe’s healing energy. She can also mean good news with regard to health.
Card Meanings: Intuition, Loving Mother, Shy, Gentle, Mature Emotional Female, Caring, Loving, Counsellor, Psychic, Security, Warmth, Femininity, Kindness, Romance, Beauty, Empath, Inspirational, Happiness, Loyal, Sensitivity, Healer, Creative Artistic, Pretty, Daydreamer, Listener, Faithful, Supportive, Easily Wounded
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: According to the ancient sages, who understood the workings of the universal life force, we are all born with a certain amount of this energy that flows through us. When this energy is flowing smoothly all is well but when it is not every aspect of our life can become out of balance. Understanding and working with this energy is thought to be a big step towards creating happy, fulfilled and healthy lives. Many alternative healers, some of whom are called energy healers, work with this energy. Some see it (a form o f clairvoyance), others feel it (clairsentience). The field of energy is referred to as an aura – a vibrating field of energy that pulses around and through the body at all times.
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Complete Book of Tarot: When reversed, the Queen of Cups tends to be overly sensitive and emotionally insecure. She often has poor personal boundaries and gets caught up in negative emotions. Because of her emotional instability, she is not entirely trustworthy or reliable. Sometimes she resorts to drugs or alcohol to calm her emotional storms.
Complete Book of Tarot: Lay out these cards and note any qualities they have in common. Do they share any symbolism with a body of running water? Repeat this exercise after you have studied the suit of Cups. Record your observations in your tarot notebook.
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Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the Five of Cups depicts a scene of emotional disappointment. You are likely to have suffered a loss and to be focusing on the three overturned cups that have spilled their contents rather than on the two full cups that remain standing. Even though you feel dejected because of a separation or breakup, some hope of fulfillment remains. Sometimes your emotional fulfillment will need to come from within rather than from another person. Are you crying over spilt milk? Traditionally this card also stands for a gift or inheritance, but one that does not live up to your hopes and expectations. Though it may sound trite, remember that every dark cloud has a silver lining.