The Seven of Cups Tarot Card Reminds Us That We Have The Power To Make Choices At Any Give Time
Whenever the Seven of Cups tarot card appears in a tarot reading, you can be sure that you need to make some important choices. This is particularly true for plans of the future. This is the time to really work on becoming clear with your own goals and expectations. It’s important to take the time to really think about how you would like to see your life unfold. More importantly, you may need to examine the steps you need to take in order to get there.
Traditionally, the Seven of Cups often indicates a dilemma of choice. Although you have numerous opportunities, you may not know which one you should pursue. Feelings of uncertainty or confusion may be plaguing you. You may lack the ability to focus or feel overwhelmed. In some cases, the Seven of Cups can refer to your fantasies or over active imagination. The Seven of Cups is the card of dreaming. Although dreams certainly play a significant role in manifesting your goals it’s important to identify and explore the journey to achieve them.
Unfortunately, when we become overwhelmed and are unable to determine the next course of action, we often feel a sense of ineffectiveness. In tarot readings, the Seven of Cups is a reminder that at any given moment we have the power to make choices in our lives. Sometimes the choice may be to do nothing until we have more information. At other times we have the opportunity to get into action and truly evaluate the possibilities that lie before us.
Because the Seven of Cups tarot card is so often associated with our dreams, it often fails to present a decisive outcome. Its tarot meaning frequently suggests that things can not unfold until we make the appropriate choices or decisions for our own selves.
Lastly, the Seven of Cups is not a negative card. Rather, it is an invitation to thoroughly examine our own dreams and honestly ask ourselves how we might achieve them.
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