two of cups tarot cardTarot Wisdom The Two of Cups

In this card, we see the man and woman exchanging ideas and sharing the chalices which represent acquired wisdom/knowledge. The symbol above represents higher wisdom pouring itself down and becoming available to them when they work in the spirit of cooperation and trust. The man and woman in this card are symbolic of not only our relationships with others but in maintaining balance within; mental/emotional balance and health, faith/hope in our self and our Divine connection. Balance and working to achieve harmony are represented here. 

Position 1: Background | Present Concern

Communication, give and take, simple abundance, sharing. An emotional affinity between parties. Blessings, healthy ventures, and relationships, emotional/mental harmony and/or the search for it.

Position 2: Your Drive and Motivations

You need to get back into harmony with your life, repair or reconcile relationships with those who are estranged and resolve inner conflicts. Learn to work according to what you know is for your highest good as opposed to merely what you think you want or need.

Position 3: What’s Blocking You – Fears and Subconscious

Worry over a relationship that may not be able to be resolved, disappointment in yourself for what you see as your role in hurting someone, – maybe even yourself. Communication breakdowns, accepting less than ideal treatment within a partnership due to fears of being alone or independent.

Position 4: Perspective and Further Awareness – What you Need to See Clearly

Learn to silence your distrustful thoughts and know that there is guidance available to you. Seek higher wisdom and work towards achieving and maintaining mental/emotional balance in all of your relationships, including your relationship with yourself.

Position 5: Course of Action

Establish a link with Spirit and your Higher Self for times of crisis/confusion. Learning to trust yourself is the first step in learning to attract and develop trusting relationships/partnerships with others.

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