Queen 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 Queen of Cups Tarot Card Meaning: love, health, money, and Tarot Yoga.
A statement that represents Queen of Cups Tarot Card: I am in touch with my sensitivity!
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.
- Queens Tarot cards: The Queen Tarot cards are feminine messages of power, potential, and advice. These cards usually advise you to seek the help of a wiser, more experienced person.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card shows a beautiful, introspective queen sitting on her throne on the ocean shore. The throne is decorated with images of sea-nymphs, fish, and scallop shells. The fish are symbols of the unconscious mind. Since water is symbolic of feelings, this tells us that she rules the emotional realm. In her hands, she holds a golden, cup adorned with handles shaped like angels. Unlike most of the cups in the Suit of Cups cards, this cup is closed showing that the Queen’s thoughts and feelings come from her subconscious mind and the depths of her soul. She stares intently into this cup as if to draw knowledge from it. She is alone. This shows us that she has taken this time to think. A cloudless, bright blue sky and placid water of the sea surround her. Her feet are not touching the water, which means she is looking at her feelings and emotions from an outside perspective. Her serenity reflected by the calmness of the sea and clear blue sky, another metaphor for the uncluttered thought patterns she is experiencing down by the water.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card – IN GENERAL
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card portrays a sensitive, vulnerable, omniscient woman who offers unconditional love. She is supremely empathic. Her caring nature exposes her to everybody else’s emotions and needs. Sensitivity, gentleness, and affection are just some of the positives attributed to the card. In a general context, this card represents a female or group of females in one’s life who are supportive, nurturing, altruistic souls bent on guiding you towards accepting and deferring to yourself and instincts. She will be influential to you and your decisions and does so with the best intentions. For men, finding this card is a reminder of the importance of being true to oneself and the emotional side of your character. The suit of Cups is all about emotions. The Queen of Cups combines this energy, with an inward focus and calmness. She is loving and has the ability to connect with people on an emotional level. This Queen advises you to connect and listen to your inner voice. Just like she does. Queen of Cups people tends to be good listeners, which is partially the result of their innate kindness, natural empathy, and genuine interest they share in the lives and well-being of others.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card – UPRIGHT
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card represents sensitivity, art, and affection. The card indicates that you are embodying nurturing mother energy. You support others by listening with your heart, being compassionate, and caring for them deeply. The card says that you are highly intuitive, creative, and in flow with the surrounding energies. In your interactions with others, you can easily read other people to get a sense of how to communicate effectively, enabling you both to feel heard and understood. You recognize the Divine in everyone you meet. In your creative projects, you ‘feel’ your way into them, trusting your heart and your inner guidance to lead you in the right direction. When the Queen of Cups Tarot Card appears in a Tarot reading, you are being asked to trust your intuition and pay attention to your feelings and emotions. When she appears in a reading, for men, it should be taken as a gentle reminder that you need to get back in touch with your inner self, something you tend to forget about more often than is good for you. This is definitely a positive card in that it so strongly denotes femininity, love, emotional bonding, and nurturing. She could be the literal representation of a woman in your life, or hinting at the current state of your emotions.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card meaning REVERSED
- “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. The Queen of Cups Tarot Card reversed typically indicates a distinct lack of emotional maturity. It is suggesting that you’re feeling insecure, sorry for yourself, and trying to avoid slipping back into clinical depression. The card doesn’t bring a positive message. You need to pay close attention to the way you react to situations in your life. When you argue with someone, you may be tempted to resort to physical violence. Communication will do much more to resolve the issues that ail you. The card encourages you to let go of grudges and hate in your heart. No matter how badly you have been hurt, you must not allow it to make you bitter or vengeful. You need to start catching yourself if you’re feeling jealous or spiteful just because something didn’t go your way. You’re great at taking care of others – but now it’s time to take care of yourself. Also, this card suggests that you are emotionally drained because you have been so busy supporting others, but not yourself. Also, it could mean you are wrapped up in other people’s emotional responses and have created a co-dependent relationship that is not healthy for either party. You may be giving too much of yourself away, receiving little in return. The card is often a sign that your intuition is on overdrive right now, but to hear it, you need to give yourself the time and the space to listen.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card and LOVE
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card in a love context can indicate a time of caring, fulfillment, and emotional security in the relationship. It’s hard to find a more welcome card in a love reading than this card. If you’re in a relationship it is a clear sign your partner is falling deeper in love with you. You too are deeply in love and the bonds you share will remain strong well into the future. Your relationship is built on trust, compromise, and mutual respect. Also, the card can indicate that you need to be open and honest about your feelings to get the best outcome for your relationship. If you are single, the card indicates that now is a great time to meet new people as a new romance could be coming your way. You are magnetic right now, and even though you may not fully realize it yet, people are falling all over themselves just to get a little closer to you. The card personifies a person who will be warm, loving, caring, and affectionate. This person is a great listener and has compassion in abundance. The Queen of Cups can also indicate a quiet or shy person, loyal and faithful partner.
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card in a love context reversed can be a warning not to let your insecurities or lack of trust affect your relationship. You need to pay attention to your often irrational insecurities. If you have been acting clingy or needy you need to get back control of your emotions before you push your partner away. Also, if you have been rushing around trying to keep your partner happy, you need to remember to look after your own needs first. Try to find the emotional balance. Also, do not allow others to take advantage of your good nature. The best way to make your partner happy is by simply relaxing and being yourself. If you are single, the card reversed is not a great sign. You may not be in a good place emotionally right now. You may attract people who will seek to take advantage of your vulnerability. Take some time out to find your own inner balance before you date anyone. If the card is representing a person, the person can be emotionally unstable or immature, needy, moody, or sulky. This is generally not a great person to be around. The person can be self-centered, manipulative, or shallow.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card and MONEY
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card can indicate good news. The card indicates that you need to consider if your current career is fulfilling your emotional as well as material needs. This card can indicate that you would be suited to a career in a caring profession such as nursing, counseling or healing, or art or fashion. This queen can serve as a reminder that whatever you are doing should help you feel fulfilled emotionally and not just financially. It can also indicate that an emotionally mature female will offer you support and guidance in your career. She can also be a reminder to focus on the emotional well-being of yourself and your work colleagues. Financially speaking Queen of Cups Tarot Card is a good sign. You should be experiencing financial security when she appears. Also, this card tells you not to get caught up in making investments or complicated financial deals. Do all your research and invest wisely.
- Queen of Cups Tarot Card can be an indication that you may be feeling overly emotional or sensitive to other people’s moods which could be causing you stress at work. It can also be an indication that you are giving too much of yourself to your work. You need to detach yourself emotionally from your job as best you can and limit your contact with your stress-inducing colleagues to the bare essentials. Maybe you are becoming disorganized and not managing your time properly, leaving you exhausted or drained. Try to maintain a balance between your work and personal life. The card can indicate that you may be feeling creatively stifled or experiencing creative blocks. Financially speaking reversed is not a great sign as it can indicate financial insecurity. Be cautious when investing and make sure you understand all the risks involved. This Minor Arcana card when reversed also warns against being shallow or silly with money. Be very selective about the people you do business with and watch your money closely.
Queen of Cups Tarot Card and HEALTH
- Upright: Queen of Cups Tarot Card in a health context, can indicate caring or support being offered to you. Sometimes it can be a sign that you will require support in order to deal with an injury or illness. Also, it can simply be an indication that you need to show more compassion to yourself and your body. Try not to treat yourself too harshly. Take good care of yourself and give yourself the time you need to heal. Alternately, the Queen of Cups Tarot Card can indicate that you will be in such a positive state of health that you are able to offer support, caring, or healing to someone else.
- Reversed: Queen of Cups Tarot Card in a health context can indicate that you may be extending yourself too much to the detriment of your health. You need to step back, forget about the stress of your daily routine and start looking after yourself. It can also indicate that you may be overly sensitive to harsh or toxic environments, people, or situations which could manifest in physical symptoms.
- 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 Queen of Cups Tarot Card in your tarot reading, you should practice Uttanasana or Standing Forward Bend.
- Want to keep learning the meaning of the Tarot cards with The Tarot Guide? Continue to the next card…King of Cups.