Card meanings: ten of cups


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It’s hard to find a more pleasant scene than this one. While there are no extravagant displays of wealth found in other cards, or accolades tossed about, it is hard to beat lasting love, health, and genuine serenity. This card indicates a happy marriage, a happy home, a stable family, and good friends.
Unlike the 9 of Cups, this “ending” is less sensually oriented, less personally indulgent, and more communally-centered, representing a larger base of happiness, with a longer endurance. 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!!

 

Ten of Cups — Rider Deck Blue Box Ten of Cups : Description: A man and his wife enjoy the splendor of their own personalrainbow high overhead their cottage estate. It looks as if our friends from the 2 of Cups actually made it work as a couple, and now they have two happy and healthy children to add to their family bliss. This is life as it should be. Life, love, and enough land to be able to enjoy the view.

This is the end of the road along the path of Cups. It is the “happily ever after” card, and is one of the very best cards you can draw from the deck.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Ten. End results. System reset. Sum total. Even
  • Suit: Cups. Contentment, emotional needs, longevity
  • Direction: East-Southeast. Jupiter in Pisces—dreams can come true
  • Element: Water. Emotional security, faith, family, hopes and dreams

Traditional meaning:It’s hard to find a more pleasant scene than this one. While there are no extravagant displays of wealth found in other cards, or accolades tossed about, it is hard to beat lasting love, health, and genuine serenity. This card indicates a happy marriage, a happy home, a stable family, and good friends.

Unlike the 9 of Cups, this “ending” is less sensually oriented, less personally indulgent, and more communally-centered, representing a larger base of happiness, with a longer endurance.

Traditional reversed meaning: Broken dreams. Illusion of happiness. Disruption of the home. Loss of security or home ownership. Broken marriages and dysfunctional families.

Traditional reversed meaning: Some argue that “too much of a good thing can be bad.” If by that they mean too much indulgence in wine, food, luxury, and ease of life, they may be right; at least as far as this card offers in reverse. Beware of the “sugar crash” brought on by too much indulgence: unhappiness, and possible health issues. Also indicative of unfulfilled wishes and dreams.

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