Easy Tarot Tips: Suit of Cups
Welcome back to my easy tarot tips series! If you're new here, tarot is a beautiful and magickal form of divination. I know that I've excited to go on this journey with you all we we dive deeper into the different tarot suits. With that said, We are on our third suit of this series: We have done the tarot pentacles, as well as the tarot wands. Be sure to check those posts out for an easy reference guide. With that said, in this blog post, we'll tell you all about the Tarot suit Cups , what it signifies, and how to interpret the cards related to it.
For those who are new to the Tarot world, don't worry – I'm here to introduce you to the beautiful and creative flow of the realm of Cups. In Tarot, Cups represent emotions, relationships, and intuition.... think that light feminine energy with that beautiful full moon and sacral chakra vibe. In many ways, the concept of the tarot cups reflects the feminine energy of life - the flowing, intuitive, and empathetic qualities of the divine feminine. When reversed in a reading, it could mean that someone is having difficulty expressing their emotions or that they are not feeling connected to their spiritual side.
The Tarot suit of Cups can also represent the connection between human relationships - whether romantic or platonic. When reversed in a reading, it could indicate that someone is struggling to find balance in their relationships or that they may be lacking emotional support. It could also mean that someone is having difficulty communicating their feelings and needs to the people close to them. it can be a sign that we are blocking ourselves from connecting with our intuition or feeling overwhelmed by our emotional landscape. It may be time to take some time for yourself and reconnect with your own feelings so you can gain clarity on where this journey
Reversed cups can offer us insight into our emotions, intuition and relationships - encouraging us to explore further within ourselves and take a step back from any situations or relationships that are stagnant or no longer serving us.
For my astrology witches, the suit of Cups represent water signs like Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces so if you're trying to pinpoint a situation related to a specific person, you may want to consider the zodiac of a person. These signs are often associated with deep emotionality, psychic intuition, and the ability to connect with the spiritual and astral realms. When reversed in a reading, it can indicate that someone is feeling overwhelmed by their emotions or out of touch with their own intuition.
The Tarot suit of Cups invites us to trust our feelings and open ourselves up to deeper intuitive connections within. It reminds us to cultivate a strong emotional connection with our innerselves and the world around us. We are all one divine collective and the suit of cups is a beautiful way to represent that softness and divine energy.
In this post, I decided to break down the cards a little more one by one, instead of just talking about the essence of each suite what do you think, do you like it?
How to Understand Tarot Cups
Ace of Cups:
This card represents new beginnings, emotional replenishment, and love. It's a symbol of overflowing emotions, whether it be joy or grief.
Two of Cups:
This card indicates the beginning of a new, loving relationship or the deeper connection that exists between two people. It can also signify the cooperation, trust, and emotional balance between two persons.
Three of Cups:
This card is about celebration, joy, and socializing. It's the card of communion and rejoicing with others.
Four of Cups:
This card symbolizes contemplation, emotional stagnation, an opportunity about to come your way, and a turning point.
Five of Cups:
This card signifies loss, sadness, disappointment, and hopelessness. It indicates times in life when something unexpected happens, and we feel disheartened by the outcome.
Six of Cups:
This card is a representation of nostalgia, innocence, and childhood memories. It signifies a happy time in the past or an invitation to bring joy and happiness back into your life.
Seven of Cups:
This card exhibits choices, daydreams, and imagination. It symbolizes thinking about what's on the horizon and what the future holds.
Eight of Cups:
This card represents detachment, walking away, and letting go of something or someone that is no longer serving you. It's a card of soul-searching, finding a new path and spiritual growth.
Nine of Cups:
This card represents wish fulfillment, emotional satisfaction, and positivity. It's the card of emotional success and protection.
Ten of Cups:
This card symbolizes abundance, divine happiness, and a happy family unit. It's the card of emotional fulfillment and harmony.
Understanding Tarot Cups Summary
By now, you should have a good grasp of the Cups suit in Tarot cards and what each of the cards signifies. Remember, Tarot cards are nothing but the mirror of our soul and a powerful tool to seek answers to the questions that keep us guessing. So next time you draw a Cups card in your Tarot deck, pay close attention to your emotions and intuition. Trust your gut and listen to your feelings, and you may be surprised by the wisdom you uncover.
Quick Tarot Tips for Beginners
Since we are getting into the meat of this tarot series, here are some quick and easy tips Quick and Easy tips in connecting with your Deck
Do a 3 Card Spread every morning to get familiar with your deck
Keep your deck in a cloth altar bag with a crystal inside to keep it's energy safe
Cleanse your cards once a month
For an in-depth understanding of how to connect more with your tarot deck, check out my YouTube video on Connecting with Your Tarot Deck as always, thank you taking this journey on The Season of Anya with me, so much love and gratitude to you all on this journey. xxx