45-Ten of Cups Upright Rider Waite Finance Tarot Reading

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Finance, Money Matters Or Debt:

Money seems unlikely to be a problem (or at least not for long) when this card appears. This is likely to point to a prosperous period for you. Just make sure your money is working for you as hard as you work for it. Share the wealth that you have amassed to the degree you feel comfortable doing so, in whatever way makes you feel comfortable. We are all in this life together.

Card Meanings: Creativity, Family, Homecomings, Happy Ever After, Domestic Bliss, Children, Harmony, Blessings, Happiness, Reunions, Marriage, Long Term Relationships, Fun, Fate, Life, Play, Family Gatherings, Soulmates, Friendship, Destiny, Well-Being, Good Luck, Security, Caring, Abundance, Stability, Happy Families

The Ten of Cups is another of the most uplifting of cards that you can receive. This card points to happiness in general, perhaps in a more mature, grown-up, global kind of way as opposed to the more personal, less global, wish fulfillment promised by the Nine of Cups. Either way it’s a good card.

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Reversed Cards: The King of Pentacles knows that his outer world is a reflection of his inner landscape. He knows that what he sees, feels, touches, tastes, and smells first starts as a seed somewhere deep within him. When he looks at all that he has created, he sees a reflection of his imagination, belief, and hard work. But what do you see reflected back at you? Is your outer world showing you what you want to see? How are your health, your finances, your relationships, and your career? Are they exactly the way you want to see them, or do you still have more inner work to do?

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Reversed Cards: If ever there were a dreamer, it would be the sign of Pieces, and here, with the coaxing influence of Mars, it is understandable that you are only seeing what you wish to see and not what is truly there. Denial does not create a reality worth living, and here with the Ten of Cups retrograde you might be repeating an old self-sabotaging cycle. Do yourself a favor and really check in and see that your dream has not disengaged you from what actually needs to take place in your life to bring about happiness and joy. Only then will you be able to turn this card around.

Complete Book of Tarot: During tarot’s fortune-telling days, clients used to ask yes-no questions (Will I pass the exam?), seek to have the cards make decisions for them (Should I take the job with Edsel?), inquire about the exact timing of events (When will I get married?), spy on other people (Is my girlfriend/boyfriend cheating on me?), find out specifically what the future has in store (What will be the name of my future spouse?), or ask for medical, legal, or investment advice (Is stock in Apple Computer worth buying?). Nowadays such questions are better asked of a dedicated fortune-telling deck such as the Petit Lenormand.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Reversed Card: This section describes a possible interpretation of the inverted card. Reversed card meanings should not be taken literally, as each card has a core meaning that remains valid regardless of its upright or reversed orientation. Some readers prefer to use only upright cards.