2 of Cups Tarot Card Meaning - Love, Money, Reversed

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2 of Cups Description

The Two of Cups depicts a man and a woman intent on exchanging two Cups in what appears to be a wedding ceremony with the Caduceus of Hermes between them. The Caduceus has been used since ancient times as the symbol of physicians and healers, and deals with balance, health, duality (union of opposites), proper moral conduct, protection and cosmic energy. In the Two of Cups, the caduceus sends a positive message to new partnerships, and indicates that if approached with honor, respect and balance, new relationships will be rewarding. It can also indicate that you are joining forces with another person in order to facilitate healing. At the top of the caduceus is a lion’s head, a symbol of passion and fire energy, suggesting sexual attraction between people, although this may or may not be expressed. The two snakes winding in the Caduceus represent darkness and light, and their coexistence in us.

In the seed of Cups, the Two represents an Encounter that takes place under the influence of love or friendship.

It is the beginning of a union, which is first of all emotional and spiritual. Next, a caduceus of Mercury is born from the two meeting chalices, and higher up a winged lion’s head. This image symbolizes the upward transmutation of passions through wisdom.

The card is favorable for those seeking new love or friendship, but also for anyone pursuing a group project under the banner of shared values and elective affinities.

This card shows the image of a man and a woman exchanging their cups in a ceremony. There is the symbol of the caduceus of Hermes in the middle, which is often related to negotiation, trade, cosmic energy, protection, proper conduct and duality. The Two of Cups refers to something quite positive because it is one of the most auspicious cards in the tarot for relationships, whether romantic, business or otherwise. It suggests that a new partnership is in the works, and it will be created with balance, respect and honor. Above the caduceus is a chimera, symbolizing the fire and passion that also governs this partnership.

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2 of cups Meaning

2 of cups rider waite tarot card
2 of cups rider waite tarot card

The Two of Cups shows the beauty and power created when two become one. The Card reflects balance, mutual respect and harmony in the relationship between each other. There is no I, only We, and both parties are focused on a mutually beneficial outcome or situation.
The Two of Cups generally points toward a relationship that is based on mutual attraction with romantic inclinations. It reflects the exchange of clear, truly felt, mutually supportive emotions that are a gift for a romantic relationship. The Two of Cups represents nurturing, creative, and fulfilling love. In a reading, this is often a beautiful beginning to a new romance, in which you will enjoy understanding, harmony, and deep love between two souls. The seed has blossomed into a healthy tree. Kindness and thoughtfulness bind your hearts with the feeling of being at the same time, very special to each other.
In some cases, the Two of Cups may refer to a marriage, proposals and commitments always united by good intentions and positive results.
Outside of love, the Two of Cups reflects a partnership, whether it is a partnership, a friendship, or even a relationship between people and their pet.
At first glance, the Two of Cups shares a similar message to the Arcanum of Lovers. However, the energy of the Two of Cups is slightly weaker than the Lovers Card. While The Lovers is the reunion of two complete beings, the Two of Cups is a less mature union that, stable as it may seem, is more likely to founder over time. Thus, although the relationship shown by the Two of Cups may seem very firm now, it is unclear whether it can stand the test of time. Only the two people involved can decide.

Despite the focus on the two beings indicated in this card, the Two of Cups also indicates what is happening within the individual. To be truly loved, deeply appreciated by others, you must first strive to create those feelings; when working toward loving yourself, hold your inner spirit in high regard, treating it with respect and deep respect. When you see yourself in this positive light, others cannot help but respond to your personal sense of worth in an equally positive way.

two of cups Reversed
Tarot Card Meaning

With the Two of Cups reversed, there may be struggles in forming new partnerships and relationships due to lack of trust or unfinished business from the past. You may also be reluctant to open up and in exposing your true feelings, resulting in detachment from those around you. One’s behavior comes across as cautious and reserved.
The Two of Cups upside down may indicate a breakup or lack of harmony within a relationship or partnership; the Consultant may be seen as a rival, and there is tension in relationships with each other. The partner is finding a lot of difficulty in being truly honest with the other and thus the flow of communication is disrupted. There is a lack of mutual respect and understanding. To the right, the Two of Cups is a beautiful Card because it shows balance and emotional connection. But conversely, it suggests that we are not in a “level playing field,” and this is a key issue. The partner probably considers himself more important than you or does not match the same feelings.
Even if a relationship is going swimmingly, the Two of Cups upside down may be a sign that the relationship is more physical than sentimental, thus an ephemeral, illusory relationship rather than something more meaningful and deep.

conclusion - minor arcana Meaning

In this article we explored the world of the Minor Arcana suit of cups and their Esoteric significance.

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