The King of Cups is like the King of Cool. He is a great card in a reading when you are seeking ways to express yourself emotionally or having to accept aspects (or people) in your life that you would rather not.
The Queen of Cups is an excellent card representing one being in control of her emotions and is a great card regarding emotions and love. More than that she is a wise queen that understands that there is a balance between emotion and intuition and seeking out a common ground for your own inner feelings of peace.
You are a dedicated, motivated, emotional, tender, sensitive and loving person. The Knight of Cups is symbolic of a younger kind of love, but one that is greatly enhanced by the ability to take action. The Knight is innocent but is maturing, a student of life, he sacrifices for others in his path for wisdom. This is very much the same for you.
The Page of Cups shows up in your reading to represent either yourself and the role you have in the reading or someone else and the role they are playing. You are ruled by the desire to transform. Usually a youth or a girl under eighteen or even a young person who is unmarried with light brown hair or hazel eyes.
When you have received this card, you can know that everything you are wondering about or wanting is going to come into fruition for you. This means that you have nothing to worry about. Whether this is regarding love or a relationship, work and money or family, the subject of your reading will be blessed.
The balancing act of the tarot and the story that it tells is no more apparent than with the Nine of Cups. It truly is one of the most positive cards in the deck and a welcome addition to any reading. When you see this card in your reading you can be glad that good things are coming your way.
The Eight of Cups can be a very hard card to have in a reading. From the looks of the card itself, you can get the feeling of loss. A man walks through stagnated water and is leaving the cups behind him.
The Seven of Cups shows up when you least expect it. Things are going fine in your life, you seem to be on the right path and then… BAM! Suddenly you are faced with a choice and that choice really does come out of the blue.
When the Five of Cups appears in your reading, you are going through a transit of emotional disappointment. The lesson from the Four of Cups is extended to this card, but it also includes an extra layer of regret and loss over a pleasure that you thought you would get a chance to experience.
The Six of Cups is a pleasant little card that can indicate that there are a lot of positive energies surrounding you at this time… so long as they are balanced. Right now your main focus needs to be on the simple approaches and avoid making anything too complicated or overly ornate so that you don’t miss your goal or deadline.