Two of Cups Tarot Guide

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This post is intended to be a mini Two of Cups Tarot Guide. It is important to mention that the longer you work with the cards the more you will discover how they speak to you. For example, the Two of Cups does have a theme and traditional meaning but I recommend leaving “space” for the card to speak to you. Over time, you may discover that the card represents unique insights or themes for you personally.

Suit of Cups Summary

Numerology of the #2 – Themes

  • Feminine force / energy
  • Brings peace and balance
  • Dualism
  • Partnerships
  • Coming together or two things: people, ideas, things
  • Harmony and teamwork
  • Mediation – being able to see both sides

Two of Cups Tarot – Upright Meaning

  • Represents Cardinal / Cancer Energy. 
  • The “best friend” card. A perfect pairing, happiness in the heart, twin flames, or soul mates. People whose fate and karma are intertwined in some way. 
  • This card is also about harmony, cooperation and compatible personalities. 
  • The Two of Cups can also be about choices. The choice is decided upon and followed. 
  • If the querent is asking about health related matters this card can represent healing.
  • If this is a love reading, this card can indicate the start of a new romantic relationship and a mutual attraction. The relationship will have a strong friendship aspect to it or it will be a healing relationship.  If the 3 of Swords also shows up, it can mean a marriage break up or a coupling won’t go as planned.
  • In a reading about work, it can represent a situation where there is an honest alliance that will benefit the querent greatly and give them the upper hand. 
  • If the reading is about a conflict, it can represent a reconciliation is imminent. 

Shadow Side of the Two of Cups

  • The Two of Cups reversed represents loving someone or something but the love is not reciprocated. The querent may be experiencing rejection. Not all emotions are forever but they can still be appreciated for what they were.
  • This card reversed can also represent that there is a loss of balance or equality in a relationship (social, romantic or professional). There may also be distrust or misunderstandings between two parties that need to be worked through. 
  • If the querent is married, this card reversed can represent tension in the marriage but they are resolvable through good communication. 
  • In a reading about a professional situation, this card reversed speaks to a break in alliances that result in obstacles that may be difficult to overcome. It is recommended that the querent seeks other alliances to improve the situation.

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