The Queen of Cups Tarot Card and Listening to Your Own Heart
Whenever the Queen of Cups tarot card appears in a reading you can be sure that your emotions are playing a role in your current affairs. The Queen of Cups encourages you to listen to your heart and acknowledge your feelings. It’s important to recognize that your own feelings can provide you with important truths. If it’s answers you are seeking, they will come from within.
In tarot readings, the Queen of cups is associated to intuition, love and spirituality. She is a female archetype and represents the feminine part of the psyche. Her association to water represents the unconscious and the sea represents her boundless ability to love. She teaches us about the need to listen to our own hearts and values the ability to express oneself with kindness, nurturance and patience. More importantly, the Queen of Cups reminds us of our feminine power. She is open, receptive and caring.
Another important element to the Queen of Cups is her association to truth. However, this queen’s truth always stems from the connection to her own heart. Her power and ability to navigate through the world is determined by the voice of her heart. She intuitively understands herself and the world around her. When she appears in a tarot reading, she serves as an reminder for you to listen to your own heart. If confronted with an obstacle or important decision, you can rely on your own intuition to guide you. Her presence is a reminder to trust in your own instinct. You have all the answers you need.
The Queen of Cups can indicate that you have a great deal to offer others as well. In certain times, the voice of your own heart can serve as a beacon of light for others. This queen speaks the language of the soul and you can be sure that when you connect to your own heart, you have the ability to help others to do the same.
Please visit the Cups Tarot Cards section learn more about the Cups cards and their meanings.
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