Build a relationship with yourself Reversed cards can indicate an internal flow of the cards energy as opposed to an external flow when the card is right-side up. The Two of Cups is a card of connection, specifically at the heart chakr a. It can indicate forming, realizing or strengthening a relationship that could beContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Two of Cups, reversed”
Pamela Coleman Smith’s drawing in the RWS deck doesn’t do much to illustrate the aspect of choice as much as other cards do, although one can argue that the Garden of Eden setting with the snake coiled around the apple tree depicts the first consequential choice made by humans, so the choice aspect is implied. Other decks are not so subtle about it.
The Lovers say “I see you. I see all of you. I accept you. I love you for who you are, not who you might be or what your potential is but you, just you.”
Try a Little Tenderness The primary energy of the two of cups is emotional connection. The connection people feel in a strong, loving relationship is an obvious example, as the RWS card depicts it. It could just as easily be a connection between friends, colleagues, even groups of people depending on the context. But todayContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Two of Cups, Reversed”
My first reaction: Now here’s something you don’t want to see in a reading three days before Valentine’s Day. The Two of Cups often represents a strong emotional connection between two people. Reversed, it suggests there are issues with that connection, such as miscommunication for example. It might even represent complete disconnection on the partContinue reading “The Daily draw: Two of Cups, Reversed”
The Lovers is a card of strong emotion relating to our connection with others. It’s represents the passion of sexuality and the power of love. Either can be a driving force. Combined it can be life changing. The lovers can also represent our personal beliefs and core values. I’m talking about the kind of valuesContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Lovers”