Six of Cups Tarot and its Meaning for Love, Money and Happiness
The Six of Cups symbolize the joy of nostalgia, the comfort of home and childhood innocence. In the card itself, there are six cups filled with. In tarot it is interesting that each card can represent love or one of its parts. Six of cups are far more positive than the previous card. In the Light of the Soul there. If you were going to pull one Tarot card and seek guidance, the Six of Cups would not be the card you would be looking for -- the reason being that the Six of .
Originally Posted by palin This card came up so often about this 2 people I am thinking it refers to a strong aspect of the relationship. I have picked on a few comments my friend made ever since she has met him.
A platonic relationship: 6 cups?
She has said a few times that she enjoys their time together as it is very innocent. What you have picked up from your friends conversations is probably very relevant. The surrounding cards, do put this otherwise very positive card in a different light.
It picks up the platonic flavour of this relationship. This is great if nothing more is desired by either party. You don't mention the type of relationship they do have. Are they a romantic couple? These are questions you need to ask.
Originally Posted by palin Today she asked me to do a reading about' his feelings for her'. In the current state or in favour position 6 cups came up. In the 'against' position, the 'devil' came up the outcome was 2 swords. The appearance of the devil in this position shows that there are indeed problems with this being much more than that. I would see this combination as this guy possibly stuck in the past, in a negative way, therefore stopping him from seeing beyond any other possibilities with this relationship.
This is the card of childhood play, creativity and a disconnection from the obligations and responsibilities of adulthood. Sometimes this card is quite a wonderful blessing in a Tarot reading when so much of life makes demands on you. Other times, though, this card warns you that you may be out of your league in a situation where adult wisdom would do you well.
A boy and a girl are in a village square. They are dressed for play.
The cloudless blue sky above contrasts with the warm golden earth below and the strong buildings of the village that shield them from the outside world. Six cups from the suit of Cups are arranged about.
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One is often depicted standing alone on a pedestal near the children. A few of the cups are in the foreground of the card.
One of the cups is being handled by the boy, and in some tarot decks the two children are handling this cup together. Each cup has foliage growing in it, with a prominent flower in full bloom emanating out of all six of these cups. The boy and girl are sniffing the flower in the cup he or they holds. This card is a metaphor for the small joys of childhood — and yet a reminder that those joys have less relationship to the adult world than any of us would really like to consider.
The children are not dressed to interact as lovers or business partners, down to the goofy red cowl that the boy is wearing.
The suit of Cups represents emotions in the Tarot and to fill up a cup with dirt and plant life is not what emotions are to be used for. But that is what childhood is for — to not have to be an adult with emotional responses and commitments based on knowing the difference between right and wrong. The children hold onto love represented by the cup but have no idea that the flowers will not be there forever and that they will have to learn how to fill the cups they encounter in life with love and emotion.
Meaning in Past, Present and Future Positions Every Tarot reading is different, but each follows a format of setting cards in the position of the past, the present and the future.
Each card tells a story about these parts of your life and together paint a more complete picture of your life and the possibilities facing you.
When the Six of Cups is in the past position, this indicates that at the foundation, you have an innocence about you that almost serves to protect you from the jaded souls of the world who want to complain about everything. This card is so inherently about childhood that it almost never means anything about your actual childhood in the past position. It brings the past position of your Tarot reading into the realm of the recent past.
This innocence, or naive nature in the past has led you into your current predicament. When it is in the present position, the Six of Cups is a card letting you know that you may be too trusting of an individual.