Love Tarot and the Ace of Cups

Love Tarot and the Ace of Cups
Understanding the Ace of Cups in a Love Tarot Reading

If you’re lucky enough to draw the Ace of Cups in a love tarot reading, than you can anticipate some changes for the better in your love life. In a love readings, the Ace of Cups tarot card often signifies the onset of new relationships, particularly those concerning love matters. The Ace of Cups represents deep emotional connections that often reflect the more spiritual components of true love. These are the relationships that are based upon mutual respect, kindness and generosity.

When the Ace of Cups appears in a love tarot reading, it can often be an indicator of engagements and marriages. Because it is associated with new relationships it can also signify pregnancy or childbirth. Whatever the situation, you can anticipate that your emotions will be touched on a very deep level. The Ace of Cups denotes new experiences that will transform your heart on a very personal level.

It’s important to note that in some cases the Ace of Cups can sometimes also refer to a spiritual rebirth. In this regard, the Ace of Cups can indicate an awakening of some sort. It is a sign that you are emotionally ready to experience love. Of course, this does not always pertain to love for others. The Ace of Cups can refer to the idea of self-love. It can be a card that signifies the difficult task of learning how to accept one’s self for exactly who they are.

If you are already in a relationship and the Ace of Cups appears in a love tarot reading, you can certainly expect your current relationship to make a change for the better. You may discover that your relationship will develop a deeper level of intimacy or commitment. There may be a new experience that will bring you closer.

The Ace of Cups is the card of abundance. In love affairs, it is the card that heralds new love, joy and happiness. Its ultimate goal is to remind you to embrace all the gifts that come your way.

© 2010 Tarotreadingpsychic.com. All Rights Reserved. Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used with his permission. They are for example purposes only.

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