Tarot Card Meanings: Understanding the Two of Cups in a Tarot Reading
In Tarot Reading, the Two of Cups often refers to one’s partnerships. In many cases, this is a true love card. The Two of Cups is associated to harmony and collaboration.
Upright Two of Cups Tarot Card Meanings in a Tarot Reading
In an upright position, the Two of Cups refers to one’s relationships. When it appears in a tarot reading, it suggests the continuation or beginning of a relationship. If there have been conflicts associated to someone close to you, you can expect a resolution. The concept of compromise is also associated with this card. You may need to cooperate and negotiate with others. Working as a team may further your endeavors. In some cases, the Two of Cups can indicate a new contract or agreement. In business affairs. You may establish a new partnership.
In Love tarot, The Two of Cups is a card of union. It can represent mutual attraction, romance, passion, dating, proposals and marriage. You may find yourself in a new relationship where both partners will share and equal attraction for each other. If you are already in a relationship, you may get a proposal or promise of a new level of commitment. For those in Long term relationships, you can expect a period of renewal and a re-awakening of passion.
On a spiritual level, the Two of Cups Tarot card meanings often refer to emotional balance. The masculine and feminine parts of your self are in equilibrium. This card can also indicate self-acceptance and self-love.
- New Partnerships
- Marriage or proposals
- Cooperation and coloration
- True Love
- Self-love and acceptance
- New Agreements
- Partnerships of any kind
Reversed Two of Cups Tarot Card Meanings in a Tarot Reading
In a reversed position, the Two of Cups can indicate a separation or dissolution of a partnership. You may find yourself troubled with the possibility of a break up. Someone may have broken your trust. Someone's behavior may have hurt your feelings. You may feel rejected or abandoned. Your ideas about a relationship may have proved to be unrealistic.
In a tarot reading, a reversed Two of Cups can refer to disharmony and conflict. There may be arguments or miscommunications. One partner may be more invested in a relationship than the other. Couples that are already involved may get lost in their own world. They may be neglecting others that are close to them such as friends and family. If you are alone, you may need to pay more attention to your friendships. In some cases, a reversed Two of Cups can indicate divorce or infidelity.
- Feelings of rejection or abandonment
- Conflict and misunderstandings
- Neglecting those closest to you
- Lack of balance within one’s self
- Divorce or infidelity
For more about the Two of Cups, also see the Love Tarot section.
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