Queen of Cups
The Queen of Cups in Tarot stands for being loving, tender-hearted, intuitive, psychic, and spiritual.
The Queen of Cups meaning is a combination of the positive water energy of all the Cups and the inward focus of a Queen.
She always has a loving and sensitive nature. She never reacts with impatience or anger, and she has a kind word for everyone. She is compassionate and lets her heart lead the way.
The Queen is more open to her inner knowledge and trusts her intuition. She reveres all aspects of the divine’s creation, loves and embraces everyone, and is moved by the tragedies and beauties of life.
you feel and think as she does. Have you received an intuitive message? Have you been moved by another’s pain? Are you aware of the emotional climate? Do you trust your own heart? The Queen of Cups encourages you to tap in to the feminine, and know that the women in your life have your back. She also wants you to treat yourself with kindness, compassion, and love.
Nine Of Wands
The Nine of Wands in Tarot stands for defensiveness, perseverance, stamina, resilience, and resistance. A look at the figure on the Nine of Wands card shows that he has been through certain battles. The figure is bandaged on his head and arm and supported by a crutch.
He might be hurt, but he is not down, He is still standing! Because he’s hurt, he may become defensive.
sign to proceed with caution because there is every possibility of being hurt, either physically or mentally. Defensiveness is natural if you have been hurt, but the trick is not to be bitter.
You now need to be more watchful. As you have been through travails, you have become stronger as well. Strength and stamina are other aspects of the Nine of Wands.
As a fighter, you need to be tough and have the inner stamina to persist, come what may.
This is the spirit of this card. The Nine of Wands wants you to keep going despite all odds. Do not give up, whatever the opposition. You have within you the strength to overcome. And yes, you could get hurt. You may have gone through rough times and gotten hurt, but you are still not defeated! Another quality of this card is resilience. Despite setbacks, you persist. You need to keep on going, irrespective of everything.
Eight of Cups
The Eight of Cups in Tarot stands for deeper meaning, moving on, and weariness.
The figure on the card is a man leaving on a journey, striking out on a new path. The card means that change could come in many forms. It could be physical, such as a job change, relocation, or change in relationships. Change could also refer to inner changes, such as replacing older patterns of thought with new ones.
When the Eight of Cups is upright in a Tarot, it is time to realize that the past is gone.
An end is approaching, and what was thought to be permanent is no longer so. It is time to accept the change that is staring you in the face. The card signals that it’s time to move on. The only thing permanent in life is change, and everything slips away sooner or later.
Three of Wands
The Three of Wands , it’s time for you to take the long view of things, just as the figure on the card is standing on a cliff and looking at the distant mountains across the sea.
From atop the cliff, from that great height, the figure sees all that lies ahead. This card represents vision. With vision, you gain perspective.
Don’t react in the heat of the moment, but rather step back and reconsider. Dream beyond your current perspective and look at the greater picture. It could be an indication of things to come.
You should be confident in your vision. Fearlessly explore new areas. Do not set your sights too near. Behave like a true leader and show the way.
The Three of Wands also represents exploration. Explore, but do it with full awareness.
Seven Of Wands
The Seven of Wands in Tarot stands for defiance, defense, aggression, conviction, and valor.
Aggression and defiance are both represented by the Seven of Wands as two sides of the same coin. Some of the cards that reinforce the qualities of the Seven of Wands are the Five of Wands, Nine of Wands, and Five of Swords
When the Seven of Wands is upright in a Tarot reading, you could be involved in a conflict.
Some conflicts may be worth fighting, but others are just trouble.
You need to check if it is worth fighting, if it will serve your purpose. Only then do you need to defend your position by being bold and aggressive.
This card asks you to take a stand, an act that will change the energy flow for better or for worse. Most of the time events carry everyone forward along with the flow.
At times, people want to resist and change the course of the flow entirely. When taking a stand, you start an energy of resistance. If you become aggressive, your opponent becomes defiant.
But before you take a stand, you must believe in yourself and in your position. Otherwise, let the conflict go. Fight only if it is worth fighting, even if you’ve already invested time and energy in it. If your cause is just, stand by your convictions as indicated by the Seven of Wands
knight of Wands
The Knight of Wands in Tarot stands for being charming (superficial), self-confident (cocky), daring (foolhardy), adventurous (restless), and passionate (hot-tempered). Where on the one hand, the Knight of Wands is full of energy and never seems to be afraid to try new things.
On the other hand, he seems too sure of himself and his abilities. Although others may be baffled by his crazy stunts, his courage and passion are still admired.
The Knight of Wands tends to be shallow, and one can’t expect deep commitment from him. He is reckless and irresponsible and acts without thinking. This gets him into trouble. The Knight of Wands also delivers spiritual messages.
.When the Knight of Wands is upright in a Tarot reading, it may suggest that you or someone else connected with the situation (or the atmosphere in general) has a confident and passionate style, just as the Knight of Wands does.
The only thing to check is whether this “energy” of the Knight is helpful or not. Is it confidence or cockiness you feel? Are you (or is your company) rushing into something without preparation (which could be risky)? This could be a time for a change, for balance. If this energy is missing, then it might be the time to try something new, maybe have some fun.
The Knight of Wands could be an indication to go out for some adventure, some excitement, some risk. Only you can decide if the Knight’s energy is helpful or wanting.
If you are dealt this card, check to see whether your confidence is really cockiness. Do you feel angry and impatient all the time? If this style of the Knight is evident, you probably need to rebalance. It might be time for a change instead of rushing into something risky without any preparation.
If you are missing the Knight’s energy, you might need to try something new. If you have been working hard, maybe it’s time to go and have some fun.
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