SUIT OF CUPS
The element of Water | Emotion & Intuition
The fabulous emotional roller coaster of the Tarot suit of Cups.
In the Tarot, the suit of Cups is associated with matters of relationships and emotions. As you may expect, this suit is connected to the element of water, and subsequently, the direction of West. In some Tarot decks, you may find the Cups referred to as Goblets, or Chalices, though Cups is my choice. This suit is where cards that relate to love and interactions can be found. Considered the luckiest of the four suits if you reveal a spread of cups cards your reading will be predominantly positive.
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Meditation on the Suit of Cups
As I stepped in to each of the Cups card to manifest the images for my deck, intense feelings around relationships and emotions flooded my consciousness. The element of water is integral to the Suit of Cups. The human body is comprised of a very high percentage of water, it could therefore be lovely to imagine that these cards resonate with questioners on a very personal, almost molecular level, delivering powerful messages whenever they appear in a reading.
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The Ace of swords is a card of decision, one that must be made swiftly. The Sword indicates victory & can slice through to the truth of any situation, however the blade has a double edge & must be handled confidently. The Ace of Swords can cut both ways & as the Swords suit corresponds to the element of air which in turn relates to thought, careful consideration must be given to any action connected to this card. The Ace of Swords is a very powerful card & can instantaneously change the course of a reading & indeed the course of the seekers life.
The Sword has the power to bring light after darkness, joy after despair, promise from desperation. When the Ace of Swords appears to me I know that a far reaching decision is looming, a decision that will require to be made quickly & accurately. When the aces appear the purest form of energy relating to the element of the suit is present so if I draw the Ace of Swords I know that purity of thought is what is required. The Crown is a symbol of advancement & success, the branches represent peaceful victory. The sword will swing through the seekers reading, make sure that it connects with the target. The Ace of Swords – The blade is sharp, make sure it cuts in your favour.
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Honour the past, be sure to truly live in the present. The future is the one for me, the excitement of the unknown, stepping out of the comfort zone just a little, that’s the one that makes my heart race.