Understanding the Reversed Ace of Cups in a Love Tarot Reading
When a reversed Ace Cups is drawn in a love tarot reading, it often indicates a reluctance to make yourself emotionally vulnerable for love. You may be experiencing some hesitation to embarking on a new relationship. You need to make sure you are not trying to avoid the emotional risks involved in relationships. The same could be true for a potential love interest. They may be hesitant to jump into a relationship based on fear or past hurts. If this is the case, you can’t force someone to be ready.
There may be a great deal of excitement around a new relationship, but a fear of commitment could hamper any real attachments. If past wounds from an old relationship continue to plaque you, you need to make sure your take the time to appropriately heal. Trying to use a new relationship to get over an old one, won’t necessarily get rid of the pain. In a love tarot reading, you also need to make sure you are not a rebound for someone else. They may have yet to heal their own self prior to engaging in a new relationship.
If you are already in a relationship and pull a reversed Ace of Cups in a love tarot reading, then you need to be aware of old immature behaviors that are casting shame and doubt into your current relationship. You also need to make sure that you are not shutting your partner out. If you feel hurt or abandoned you must become willing to share these feelings with your partner. Allow yourself to once again become vulnerable. This is your best shot to make your relationship work.
Finally, the reversed Ace of Cups can indicate a separation or loss of a relationship. There may be a period where you will be experiencing feelings of emotional loss. You may also be in a place where you simply can not accept love from someone else. If this is the case, you need to examine the emotional blocks that are preventing you from experiencing love.
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