Four of Cups Tarot Card

Four of Cups Tarot Card is the next card of Minor Arcana. Tarot cards are a form of divination, which literally means working with the divine, or your higher self, which is the ultimate purpose of tarot cards, just like yoga. The tarot is in essence a soul map, a deep psychological guide to self-empowerment. Playing with Tarot cards is a conversation with your higher self. The cards always work. It’s not magic—tarot cards are a sacred mirror. There are now thousands of types of tarot decks. A traditional deck has 22 Major Arcana (or trumps) which are archetypal images. Four different card suits make up the Minor Arcana: Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles. All of these suits contain 14 cards: 10 numbered cards, and four cards called court cards that include the Page, Knight, Queen, and King. Each of these four suits represents a different area of your life, so you know where to direct this guidance when one of these cards shows up in your Tarot reading. There are 56 Minor Arcana cards, sixteen Court or Personality cards; the Kings, Queens, Princes, and Pages. There are four elements or suits: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, with 10 cards in each. Above all, there are no inherently negative cards. Below is The Four of Cups Tarot Card: love, health, money, and Tarot Yoga.Four of Cups Tarot Card

The Cups tarot cards

  • The Cups Tarot cards represent your emotions, intuition, and relationships. These cards can guide you in love, and help you grow through understanding and processing your highest and lowest feelings. The suit of Cups in a classic Tarot deck consists of 14 Tarot cards, beginning with the Ace of Cups and progressing upward through the 10 of Cups, then concluding with the four Court cards, the Page, Knight, Queen, and King of Cups.
  • Numerology: Four (4) in Minor Arcana. The four cards represent a break or rest period. In order to move forward, you need to stop now and contemplate where you’ve been, and where you’re going.

Four of Cups Tarot Card DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card shows a man sitting below a tree with three cups before him. He sits with his arms crossed and his head down, as if in meditation and contemplation or deep thought. He is sitting at the top of a mountain. Despite his fertile, calm surroundings, his expression is glum. He is so engrossed in his thoughts that he does not seem to notice the outstretched arm offering him a cup. A cloud offers the fourth cup, symbolizing a new start. Although the cloud is right in front of the young man, he either can’t see it or refuses to see it. Just like the tree that is in full leaf, resembling abundant life going on all around him. The imagery here calls attention to focusing too much on our own thoughts, and perceptions. Like the man, we are often so busy focusing on the three cups in front of us, we never notice other options and possibilities. The man on the card is dissatisfied with his current state of being.

A statement that represents Four of Cups Tarot Card: I choose to see the opportunities in front of me!

Four of Cups Tarot Card – IN GENERAL

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card represents feeling stagnant or stuck in life. The card represents the human tendency to take things for granted. The universe continues to offer you opportunities, but you don’t always recognize them. Instead of dwelling on your problems, focus on the solutions. You are so focused on the things that are going wrong that you can’t see clearly how to move forward. The answers to your troubles are right in front of you. The card refers to a restless time, where you may have become dissatisfied with life, and emotionally uncomfortable. Feeling stagnated, longing for change. The card not only represents the struggles we feel internally but outside influence as well. If you are having trouble feeling motivated or making important decisions, step back, and look at what’s really important. Letting go of fear and doubt will allow you to make a choice and progress. Taking a look at the big picture and seizing opportunities to change your situation will make a big difference. It’s quite possible that all you need is in front of you. The card indicates that you typically take things for granted, often missing the point of what could and should be valuable experiences. As such, the life of someone represented by the card often lacks excitement and happiness.

Four of Cups Tarot Card – UPRIGHT

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card in the upright position is a sign of new opportunities flowing in your direction. However, you’re frequently turning them away. Maybe these opportunities just hold no interest for you. Or perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed by what you already have on your plate. Use your discernment to decide on what is truly important to you. And don’t be afraid to decline new projects that don’t align with your future path. The card can also indicate a time when you are turning your attention internally, to realign to this phase of your life. You are creating the space within yourself so that you are ready to accept new opportunities later and give them the best possibility of success. So, use this time for inward reflection and contemplation. It is wise to examine opportunities that come your way, especially in the area of love and relationships. The card can appear when you are bored or dissatisfied with your everyday life. So, just allow yourself the space to listen to your own voice and gain more clarity. The card may show that you have shut yourself off from new opportunities because you have been rejected before. Check on a soul level if it’s time to open up to the possibilities available to you.

Four of Cups Tarot Card meaning REVERSED

  • “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. The Four of Cups Tarot Card reversed calls for a period of introspection and withdrawal from the outside world. The sudden awareness of the transient beauty of life may strike you now, while previously you may have been too deeply disconnected from yourself to see it. Others may want to spend time with you or invite you out, but you’d prefer to stay in. If you are feeling withdrawn, don’t force yourself to go out. You may use this time of introspection to check in with your inner self to make sure your upcoming projects and endeavors are a good fit. Sometimes the card reversed suggests that you feel uninspired, disillusioned, or disappointed with the world around you. You may avoid the challenges of the external world hoping that if you step out, the problems will go away. But let’s be real: they will need your attention eventually. The card might mean you are reluctant to open your heart to someone or to express your true feelings. Be mindful of how this could impact those who are close to you and consider their needs along with your own.

Four of Cups Tarot Card and LOVE

Upright:

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card In a love reading appears as a warning that your relationship is losing its magic. There can be a lack of interest and weariness in your relationship. Excitement has faded and you may feel more like roommates than lovers. Sometimes this requires only some exploration and willingness to experiment. Now is the time to come up with a resolution or walk away. Try to spend less time focusing on the negative. This may be a hard reality to accept. But continuing on with this relationship will bring nothing positive to either of you. If you are single, the card can indicate that you are so focused on what is missing in your love life or the relationships you’ve had that didn’t work out, that you are missing the opportunities for love that are right in front of you. Sometimes we find love where we least expect it. Also, the card can be a sign that you should look inward and start giving some serious thought to what kind of person you’d most likely bond with in a serious relationship.

Reversed:

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card indicates that after a long period of soul-searching, you may have realized that the relationship no longer works.  There’s something seriously wrong between you and your partner. It’s either time to give up on this relationship. Because you have decided to move forward and effect positive change in your life, you will gain freedom from what has ailed you for so long. If you have been struggling to find joy in life, keep pushing forward and smiling. If you want the relationship to work prepared to work extremely hard in order to repair it. If you’re single, this card indicates that you are finally emerging from a period of solitude where you weren’t at all interested in building new relationships. You’re truly over it now and ready to start dating again. You may be becoming more active in your romantic life again, this time, with a better understanding and appreciation for what it brings you. The Four of Cups Tarot Card reversed might sometimes mean that you are reluctant to open your heart to someone or to express your true feelings, choosing to withdraw and isolate yourself from the other person instead.

Four of Cups Tarot Card and MONEY

Upright:

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card indicates that you’ve grown bored with your current job. Your unhappiness will eventually lead to poor performance. This will stop you from progressing in your professional life. You may feel like your career has become stagnant. The card can signify that you are oblivious to the opportunities around you because you are too busy envying what others have. Focus on yourself, and open yourself up to the opportunities all around you and you will find that things will improve. Also, the Four of Cups Tarot Card advises you that comparing yourself with others will cause you to miss important financial opportunities that could change your entire situation. Focus on the positives of what you’ve so far accomplished.

Reversed:

  • Four of Cups Tarot Card indicates that you’ve been going through a stagnant period professionally. However, that’s about to change due to new opportunities that are arising. In the reversed position, the card is telling you that your career is about to take a positive turn. You will be aware of the opportunities that are opening up to you. The card in a reversed position sees you taking a proactive approach to improving your career and finances. If you take the time to stop and look around you’ll soon discover new financial opportunities you hadn’t considered before. You are highly motivated right now.  Also, you may be feeling grateful for what you have after a period of being overly focused on what you didn’t have and being jealous or envious of others.

Four of Cups Tarot Card and HEALTH

  • Upright: Four of Cups Tarot Card in a health context can indicate that health issues have left you feeling depressed, weary or frustrated. You may be feeling sad about the restrictions your health issues are putting on you. Focus on what you can do. Also, don’t be afraid to reach out to support groups or a professional counselor for support if you are struggling to keep a positive outlook. Sometimes just talking about things and knowing that you are not alone can make a world of difference. No matter how bad our lot in life, there are always others who are struggling with more or worse. If you have clean water, a home, and money to feed yourself, you are doing better than millions.
  • Reversed: Four of Cups Tarot Card in a health context, shows you feeling re-energized and positive. is a reinvigorating, positive sign in the reversed position. Your outlook on life may have been negatively affected because of ongoing health issues but positive vibrations are coming your way. Know that if health issues have been dragging you down, things are about to change. If you have been letting health issues affect your outlook on life in general, your focus and outlook should become much more positive. You will find new enthusiasm for life.

Tarot Yoga

  • Yoga is an expression of body movement, breathing, meditation, and philosophy. Yoga and tarot heal the body by intersecting in multiple realms. They both create a bridge between your subconscious and conscious mind, use archetypes to reveal life lessons, work with the elements, serve as a guide for the appropriate practice, and help us cultivate our intuition and accomplish our life’s true self. Tarot cards are a divination tool made up of 78 images and qualities, split into 22 major arcana cards representing karmic lessons and 56 minor arcana cards representing day-to-day choices. Read GUIDE FOR TAROT YOGA.
  • If you pulled The Four of Cups Tarot Card your tarot reading, you should practice Supta Virasana or Reclining Hero Pose.
  • Want to keep learning the meaning of the Tarot cards with The Tarot Guide? Continue to the next card…Five of Cups.

 

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