Six 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 Six of Cups Tarot Card: love, health, money, and Tarot Yoga.
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: Six (6) in Minor Arcana. Sixes represent growth — overcoming challenges, leaving bad situations behind, and gaining a greater understanding of who you are right now.
Six of Cups Tarot Card DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism
- Six of Cups Tarot Card shows two children. A young boy is leaning down to offer the young girl flowers, which are arranged in a large cup. She is reaching out her hand to accept the present, looking up to him with admiration and respect. The young children represent childhood memories. Love, harmony, and co-operation shine through this gentle act. Before they stand four more cups full of flowers and a sixth cup sits atop a stone carving behind the children. There is an older man in the distance, representing adult issues and responsibilities. This contrasts with the innocent, carefree nature of the scene depicted in the forefront. An older man walks away in the distance as if to say you no longer need to worry about adult issues. Just enjoy the moment of being young, innocent, and free again. The children also appear to be standing in the courtyard of a large home, symbolizing comfort, safety, and security. The children are safe and well taken care of. The imagery of the Card embodies sharing, goodwill, and generosity. The children are in good spirits which tells us that the mood of this card is overall a positive one.
A statement that represents Six of Cups Tarot Card: I respect the past but embrace the present moment!
Six of Cups Tarot Card – IN GENERAL
- Six of Cups Tarot Card is deeply connected with your past. It reminds you to cherish the important figures in your life that have stood by you in times of conflict. Six of Cups Tarot Card also implies that past efforts will soon start to pay off. The card represents innocence, nostalgia, and positive thinking. It card has a general feeling of childhood and nostalgia. It symbolizes feeling free and pure and allowing your past experiences to guide you down new paths. You will be feeling playful, compassionate, and willing to help others when this card appears in your reading. The card generally represents a refreshing openness and innocence, a willingness to learn, and an optimism that things will get better as we advance together in understanding. The card reminds us of our original nature when we were young and enthusiastic when anything was possible and the future was an open book. So, you are to remember that this same freshness, those new possibilities, is always available to you, even now.
Six of Cups Tarot Card – UPRIGHT
- Six of Cups Tarot Card in the upright position brings back joyful memories. This can manifest in many ways, including returning to your childhood home, reconnecting with old friends, or even reliving the good times in a vivid dream. A teenage sweetheart or past lover may turn up again. These connections bring you a sense of joy and happiness. Six of Cups Tarot Card shows an increased level of harmony and cooperation in your relationships. You are ready to give and receive, without expectation. Also, the card invites you to get in touch with your inner child and experience the fun, freedom, and innocence that comes with being a young child again. When you give yourself permission to be playful, spontaneous, and creative, you connect more with your authentic self and your intuition. The card can also refer to children in your life. It can suggest a pregnancy, birth, and siblings who play together. It may also be a sign that you are about to spend more time with young children, playing and laughing. Like a child, you will be feeling free of worries and ready to take on each day. It can also represent protection and family. If you have been going through a tough time, the Six of Cups may be telling you to take the support available to you from family and close friends.
Six of Cups Tarot Card meaning REVERSED
- “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. Six of Cups Tarot Card is a reminder to focus on the present. Dwelling on the past can hinder your future success. When you find yourself wishing for how things used to be and not living in the present, you miss out on the opportunities right in front of you. It can also mean that you are leaving your childish behaviors behind and moving on to more mature ways to deal with your problems. True and lasting change can only happen in the present moment. Learn from your mistakes, forgive others and yourself, and acknowledge that life is continually evolving. Six of Cups Tarot Card may also be a sign you have lost touch with your inner child. Open yourself to a curious mind and have fun as though you were a child again. Also, the card might be a sign that you are thinking about an ex, or you’ve even started seeing each other again. But you want to keep this information quiet, in fear that they may judge you. It’s time to stop clinging to what was and embrace what is.
Six of Cups Tarot Card and LOVE
- Six of Cups Tarot Card signifies true love and is deemed one of the soul mate cards. If you’re in a relationship, you feel as though you’ve known this person your entire life because you’re in such perfect harmony. It can also represent a time of healing after wounds, and comfort may be important to you now. If you and your partner have had a stressful period in your relationship, looking backward at the great times you spent together, and perhaps reliving them, can bring you great comfort. You are ready to give and receive, without expectation. If the surrounding cards are positive, it can signify having children. However, it can also indicate problems or issues being caused in a relationship by immaturity or childishness. This card can signal a revival of the past and the nostalgia that comes with it; you may be exploring happy memories, you may be more appreciative of your partner’s sense of familiarity. If you’re single, this card in a love reading indicates that someone from your past may reappear and become a love interest. Also, it can indicate a romantic relationship with a childhood friend or finding love in the area where you grew up. These connections bring you a sense of joy and happiness.
- Six of Cups Tarot Card indicates that you may be living in the past instead of the present. Reflection and nostalgia may bring up positive or negative feelings, but either way, when you find yourself wishing for ‘how things used to be’ and not living in the present, you miss out on the opportunities right in front of you. See the card as an opportunity to make peace with the past so you can focus on the now. The card also indicates that you are beginning to deal with relationship issues that you’ve been avoiding for far too long. If you’re in a relationship, the things you often sweep under the rug to avoid arguments will come to the surface. If you’re single, it’s time to look at yourself in the mirror and assess what you’re doing or not doing to bring love into your life. You have to make an effort to find love. You are ready to put your past relationships behind you and move onto something better. Otherwise, you may be blocking out all possibility of love again, and you may never know whether the love that you are meant have was even greater than the one you lost.
Six of Cups Tarot Card and MONEY
- Six of Cups Tarot Card is a sign that you may be returning to a position you had in the past. Whether that is the same business, job title, or project, it will once again become the focus of your professional life. The card can also be a good sign for those struggling in business. It shows an increased level of harmony and cooperation in your workplace. Six of Cups Tarot Card indicates that it is a great time to get involved in creative or team projects. It can also indicate working with young people or children. Financially speaking, the card indicates that you are financially secure, but are missing out on a sum of money that belongs to you. You may be giving or receiving gifts or charity. It can also represent receiving an inheritance. This card is also related to childhood and home, signifying that this sharing may come from family members.
- Six of Cups Tarot Card can indicate that you are feeling bored in your current role or that it’s stifling your creativity. You may decide to leave the security and safety of this job to do something creative. What once seemed like a perfectly run ship is starting to show its cracks. It can also indicate working with children or young people who may have been traumatized in some way. If you require help from a friend or confidante to manage your money, don’t hesitate to ask. Financially speaking it can indicate that you are becoming financially independent and mature in the way you manage your finances. This card is common for people who live at home but are ready to move out. These changes can be scary but necessary; enjoy the freedom that this brings you.
Six of Cups Tarot Card and HEALTH
- Upright: Six of Cups Tarot Card indicates that your past may be catching up to you. This could be an injury from your youth that has started to burst up again or a past emotional hurt that is haunting you and that you wish you’d dealt with differently. Embrace your inner child’s energy. Focus it on positive lifestyle choices. Also, the Six of Cups Tarot Card can simply be telling you to be charitable towards someone with ill health. They may need your support more than you know. It can also be a sign that a fast-paced life may be causing you undue stress or illness. So, try to simplify your life as much as you can and get back to basics. If you are trying to conceive the card is a good omen as it represents children and family.
- Reversed: Six of Cups Tarot Card in a health context can be an indicator that any health issues you are suffering from may either be genetic or a physical manifestation of unresolved childhood trauma. Also, if you are planning a family, the Six of Cups Tarot Card in a reversed position can represent fertility issues or problems conceiving. Also, you’ve likely been turning a blind eye to certain physical or mental health issues that are important to address. It’s time to look into these things and find the motivation you’ll need to make the lifestyle changes that will help you restore your good health.
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 Six of Cups Tarot Card your tarot reading, you should practice Ardha pincha mayurasana or Dolphin pose.
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