Love Tarot and the Ten of Cups

Understanding the Ten of Cups in Love Tarot Readings

Another powerful card in love tarot readings is the Ten of Cups. The Ten of Cups tarot card is one that promises joy, stability and happiness. It is often associated to the family and can represent engagements, proposals,marriages, anniversaries, pregnancies and child birth. When it comes to love, the Ten of Cups is indicative of shared unions and the celebration of love. It is often a card that signifies deep commitment and promise. Whenever it appears in a tarot spread, it suggests a time of celebration in a new found stability and sense of permanence.

In love tarot readings, the Ten of Cups can also refer to domestic bliss and harmony. If you have been in a long term relationship, the Ten of Cups indicates movement towards a deeper connection; a connection that binds two people together under spiritual laws and principals.If you have been struggling in your current relationship you can now let your worry and anxiety go. You are now moving towards a new level of intimacy and understanding. All the efforts you and your partner have put into the relationship is going to pay off. The Ten of Cups can indicate deep emotional fulfillment and well-being. This is the type of the relationship that is based on kindness, patience and, most of all, durability.

If you are single and you pull this card in a love tarot reading, there is a good chance you won’t be single for long. More importantly,  new future relationships will be based on a new level of maturity and reliability. If you have been afraid of commitment or have chosen partners in the past who have lacked commitment, you may suddenly find yourself in a relationship that has a strong foundation for real permanence.  The Ten of Cups is a card the card of “settling down”. If you have been feeling alone or isolated, expect new meaningful relationships to be coming into your life.

© 2011 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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