Card meanings: seven of cups


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You have opportunities and possibilities before you. The world is at your feet (whether you know it or not), and you may even be overwhelmed by the choices you face now. But a choice is called for, and the clock is ticking. This is a very fortunate card as you have options, but the pressure on you to choose and act may be overwhelming. Take a deep breath, do some quick research, decide what you want most from life right now, and “strike while the iron is (still) hot.” For complete information on this card including how to use it to manifest your desires please try out a copy of The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot—EVER!!

 

Seven of Cups — Rider Deck Blue Box Seven of Cups Description: A man stands in silhouette in apparent surprise and apprehension at the abundance of choices presented to him. Before him are life’s great choices: beauty (spouse), mystery, knowledge, glory, power, fame, wealth. Each is a temptation, but the subtext of this card is that his focus will become his destiny (as in “you take the good with the bad”). It is not “a choice of one” he faces, but rather a choice of how focused will he be, and at what cost? This card is cardinal, as it requires us to make choices now. Indecision is loss here.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Seven. Destiny, evolution, spiritual choices. Odd
  • Suit: Cups. Desires, life choices, possibilities, wishes
  • Direction: North. Indecision, emotional vacillation. Noon
  • Element: Water. Fog (physical and mental), prognostication

Traditional meaning: You have opportunities and possibilities before you. The world is at your feet (whether you know it or not), and you may even be overwhelmed by the choices you face now. But a choice is called for, and the clock is ticking. This is a very fortunate card as you have options, but the pressure on you to choose and act may be overwhelming. Take a deep breath, do some quick research, decide what you want most from life right now, and “strike while the iron is (still) hot.” If you wait too long, the moment will pass, and the opportunity may be gone. “Choose; but choose wisely.”

Traditional reversed meaning: Reversed, this card most often indicates indecision, or worse, being paralyzed by the inability to choose. It can also indicate a lack of focus or not knowing what one wants, and occasionally it will indicate being forced into a decision against one’s will. Aspecting cards will clearly illustrate what is happening.

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