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Category: Cups

4 of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 40

~ Episode 40: Discovering the Wild Unknown 4 of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series isthe 4 of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series….

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2 of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 37

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown 2 of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 2 of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However,…

Son of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 36

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: The Son of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is The Wild Unknown Son of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of…

8 of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 34

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: 8 of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is The Wild Unknown 8 of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this…

Ace of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 32

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: Ace of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is The Wild Unknown Ace of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this…

10 of Cups and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

The 10 of Cups isn’t just a card of personal fulfillment, but as Melissa Cynova points out, begs the question of ‘What next?’ This adresses this question.

Mother of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 27

~ Discovering The Wild Unknown The Mother of Cups ~ Mother of Cups Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the Mother of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all…

10 of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 25

Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the Wild Unknown 10 of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other things that will be included that…

3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Divinatory Meaning

This is the fifth and last installment in this Weekly Tarot Card series. The next series will begin on Monday. However, if you’d like to get caught up on the rest of the week, you can use the following links: Monday Description and Observation…

3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the 3 of Cups Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number Not all cards carry the same symbolism, and some simply…

7 of Cups | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 23

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: 7 of Cups ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 7 of Cups. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However,…

3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element and Number

This is the third installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first two installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Hopefully in yesterday’s meditation, you spent some time examining what your overflowing cup might look like, and…

3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 2: Meditation

This is the second installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first installment, ‘Observation and Description’ here. We spent some time yesterday just observing the 3 of Cups and noticing what we thought and felt about it. Today we’re going to…

3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation

Take this time to notice what you notice in the card, and consider why it is that you notice it. For this exercise, you’ll need to take out your own deck(s) and remove the 3 of Cups.

2 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Putting It All Together

We understand ourselves through introspection, but likewise, part of who we are is reflected in those we spend time with. The 2 of Cups invites us to share ourselves with another. By doing so, we share of ourselves and thus we grow, and likewise we learn about ourselves by seeing who we are through the eyes of another.

2 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

The images represented in the cards are designed to be visual triggers for understanding. They are to assist the story, they are to stand out to you during readings. Not all the imagery will be apparent at the same time, but can show itself in the right situation.

2 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element and Number

By this point you’ve developed your own understanding of the 2 of Cups after taking time to observe the 2 in your own decks and by meditating with it. Through doing this you’re developing your own experiences with the card, and hopefully connecting with the deeper essence of it.

2 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 2: Meditation

The focus of the 2’s is  union, harmony and balance. The element of the Cups is Water, and for this meditation, we’re going to be focussing on how the fluidity of Water, and the parallels we can draw between it and us. You can read more about the actual element itself in tomorrow’s post on Water, the Cups, and the Number 2.

2 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation

Last week we made our way through the exploration of the 2 of Wands. This week our focus is on the 2 of Cups. On Mondays, our exercise entails simply observing and taking note of our own 2 of Cups’. I encourage you to…

M or W: Considering the Letter on the Ace of Cups

This post probably should have come last week when the focus was in fact on the Ace of Cups, but I didn’t have anything to say on the matter until now. On the Rider-Waite Ace of Cups, there is what is debatably a W or…

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