Seven of Cups Tarot Card

Seven 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 Seven of Cups Tarot Card: love, health, money, and Tarot Yoga.Seven 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: Seven (7) in Minor Arcana.  The seven cards teach that you must have faith in yourself and the universe. Many things are happening to you, but confidence, determination, and the truth will see you through.

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

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card shows a person with his back turned away, contemplating seven cups, floating in the clouds above him. Some are filled with treasure and lavish gifts such as jewels and a wreath of victory. But others bear gifts that are not gifted at all; instead, they are curses, such as the snake or dragon. His hand is extended as if in distress over which option to choose. Different gifts inside suggest that you need to be careful what you wish for as not everything is as it seems. Choices need to be made, but in doing so, you must go beyond illusion and allure, and instead focus on what’s right for you. Each cup represents an outcome of a choice. The clouds illustrated on the card represent our dreams, wishes, aspirations, and imaginations. The main message of the Seven of Cups Tarot Card is about the choices we have to make and the need to base our decisions on reality, not wishes.

A statement that represents the Seven of Cups Tarot Card: I am willing to do what I can to make my dreams a reality!

Seven of Cups Tarot Card – IN GENERAL

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card is all about choices. It appears when what you desire is entirely disconnected from your ability to attain it. You are a big dreamer. But you’re not taking the right steps to see the goals you’ve set for yourself realized. When this card comes up in a reading, it means that you have a big decision to make in your future. The number seven-card of this suit can also represent having your head in the clouds, or being unrealistic when it comes to making choices in life. This card reminds us that our outcomes are not set in stone. We can raise our hopes and expectations and upgrade our results. The Seven of Cups Tarot Card indicates the truly magical quality of awakened imagination. No matter what the situation, you will have several options to choose from. You will need to think critically and trust your instincts to ensure that you select the right path. The Seven of Cups as a person is detached from reality and prone to losing themselves in illusions of grandeur.

Seven of Cups Tarot Card – UPRIGHT

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card in the upright position speaks of new opportunities, choices, illusions, and important decisions to be made. You’re fortunate to be in a position where you can choose from various options. But think carefully before making any big decisions. Your ego has hindered you in the past. This time you should strive to find balance before moving forward. You are prone to illusion and unrealistic ideals. An opportunity with promises of more money, more fame, or more power may sound appealing. But as you look deeper into what is on offer, you may realize it’s not everything it’s cracked up to be. You must check in with your Higher Self first. Evaluate your options and dig below the surface to discover what’s involved with each choice. Also, the card can be a sign of wishful thinking and projecting into the future about what you would like to create, rather than taking action here in the present. You may find that your ideas are not grounded in reality. Also, now is a time to focus on the one thing that will move you closer to your goal and resist the temptation to get side-tracked with other ideas as they arise. This card is inviting you to move out of the ideas and options phase and choose. Make sure that the option you select is in alignment with your purpose and your highest good.

 Seven of Cups Tarot Card meaning REVERSED

  • “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. Seven of Cups Tarot Card indicates that you’re finally coming back down to earth after living in a dream world. You’re starting to make more educated decisions that will be best for you over the long run. The card often appears when you face several different choices and, instead of choosing the option that may appeal to others, you are relying on your inner wisdom and guidance to show you the best way. Also, all these shiny new objects in front of you have a certain magic power over you, and you’re at risk of losing focus. So, take a step back and assess the options against your priorities to work out which opportunities will be the best for you. Also, as a card of choices and options, the reversed card can mean you are overwhelmed by choice and cannot move forward. So, just reduce your options and focus on what is important to you. Now, you are ready to apply what you have learned in life to elevating your experience. Contrary to the upright meaning, you can rely on your inner wisdom and experience to choose what’s best for you. Just check in with your inner self and trust your gut.

Seven of Cups Tarot Card and LOVE

Upright:

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card indicates that important choices are to be made. From all appearances, your relationship is the stuff of fairy tales. But in reality, you do little besides fulfill each other’s superficial wants. You’re living in a fantasy at the moment and refuse to see the problems in your relationship. Now is the time to take a good look at your partner and see if it’s all worth working for. This card relies heavily on the future. It means that your decisions in the present will bear consequences on what’s still to come. Having a partner may be wonderful, but never make the mistake of putting them on a pedestal. The Seven of Cups Tarot Card can also indicate that you may be feeling dissatisfied with the fact that the initial passion and fun have passed. Just because the initial excitement may have worn off, doesn’t mean you can’t have a passionate, fun relationship if you put the effort in. Also, the Seven of Cups Tarot Card can indicate that a new potential love interest may appear and cause issues in your current relationship or cause you to question the relationship. If you are single, the Seven of Cups Tarot Card indicates that you will have lots of potential partners interested in you.

Reversed:

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card suggests that you’re starting to see all the flaws in your relationship. Seize this moment to decide whether you want to fix the holes or move on to a new period in your life. In other words, you are starting to get a reality check about where your relationship is after a period of avoiding reality. You need to use this clarity to take the routine of the relationship and take action to fix any issues that need to be resolved. Ignoring issues will not make them go away. It is important to remain focused on what you want. If you are single, you’re likely preventing yourself from finding true love due to your unrealistic conception of the perfect partner. The Seven of Cups Tarot Card Take advises you to take a chance and go on a date with someone you normally wouldn’t consider. You may be surprised at how things turn out. It doesn’t matter whether your single or in a relationship, just make clear what you feel about someone you like. The result may surprise you

Seven of Cups Tarot Card and MONEY

Upright:

  • The Seven of Cups Tarot Card can be a very good card in a career reading. Many opportunities are presented to you at this time. This plurality of options is generally a good thing. But it may be important to be wary about how much time you spend dreaming about something instead of taking steps to make it happen. Just be mindful of biting off more than you can chew or setting unrealistic expectations for yourself. The card can also be a warning not to spend all your time brainstorming and forget to take practical steps to make your dreams a reality. Don’t commit to things you can’t see through to the end. Financially speaking, the card indicates that there are several ways you can better your financial situation. Opportunities to amass wealth will be coming your way, although they may seem greater than they turn out to be. Don’t gamble with your savings because someone has promised you the world. To turn these opportunities into reality, you will need to be proactive. Weigh each option and consider it critically. Listen to your instincts and open your eyes to any red flags.

Reversed:

  • Seven of Cups Tarot Card indicates that your career is at a standstill. Or that your opportunities for advancement are restricted. Perhaps you feel that you’ve missed out on the perfect job as you weren’t focused enough on your goals in the past. Take proactive steps to create opportunities for yourself now. Try not to get hung up on these negative emotions. The Seven of Cups Tarot Card also represents a clear vision in terms of your career goals. Use these skills to honestly assess your position and where you have fallen short. Ask yourself what you could be doing to more proactively make progress in your career. In a financial context, you should be feeling more decisive about financial matters. You’re finally feeling confident about your financial decisions and it’s starting to pay off.

Seven of Cups Tarot Card and HEALTH

  • Upright: Seven of Cups Tarot Card in a health context indicates that you’re overexerting yourself due to your unrealistic ideals of what you’re capable of managing in a day. This is leading you to exhaustion, stress, and chronic illnesses. Try to reduce your workload or rearrange your schedule. Find more time for healthy eating and light exercise. It can also represent hallucinations associated with mental health problems. But look for supporting cards to confirm that.
  • Reversed: Seven of Cups Tarot Card in a health context indicates that your health is improving now. You are finally understanding and addressing the issues that once brought you down. You trust that the professional medical advice given to you is correct. No worries. The Seven of Cups Tarot Card is telling you that the results you’re hoping for are forthcoming.

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 Seven of Cups Tarot Card your tarot reading, you should practice Bakasana or Crow Pose.
  • Want to keep learning the meaning of the Tarot cards with The Tarot Guide? Continue to the next card… Eight of Cups.

 

 

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