Something in your life is not what it seems. Perhaps a misunderstanding on your part, or a truth you cannot admit to yourself. It may also indicate something important being kept from you by another. This may be a source of worry or depression in your life, and the Moon is a strong indicator that you must rely on your intuition to see through the subterfuge.
Your understanding of a past event may be distorted by your current perceptions. Reflect on your history and make sure the pieces fit together. By eliminating uncertainty, you will find more peace.
There is a challenge approaching, taking the form of either a new creative project or a conflict in a relationship. Your history will reveal the best course of action.
Your imagination will bring you success if your thoughts are coupled with practical action. The struggle to reach your potential may bring about many conflicts in your life, but the results will be beautiful.
The Moon is an illusive and confusing card. It suggests the presence of risks, secrets, and some level of mental confusion. It would warn you to take caution and be careful in whatever endeavor you are pursuing in your life. The answer you are seeking is no.
As an inherently good influence, finding the Sun is a positive development. It is suggestive of personal gain, and that personal goals and joy are within reach, if you are willing to invest the effort to actualize them. If you are embarking on a new personal venture, such as marriage or beginning a family, the Sun is of particular influence.
The successes you have achieved in the past will set the stage for future joys. Continue developing your line of work or field of study and the rewards will come.
There is an opportunity for new friendship or a relationship that will lead to happiness and contentment. Do not give up and you will be led to success.
You are approaching a moment that has the potential to change your life. Take full advantage of this time and you will achieve a future of endless possibility.
The Sun, being the opposition to the Moon, is a card full of life, joy, and energy. It reveals positive achievements, successful endeavors, and an overall manifestations of good fortune in your life. Thus, the answer it provides for your question is yes.
Judgment tells a story of transition, but unlike Death or the Tower, it is not sudden change, or born of luck or intuition, but change that springs from reason. It signifies plans, often long in the making, coming to fruition. If it points towards the future, it may also speak towards the nature of the change; if there is a choice that needs to be made, ruminate and let your mind guide the decision. Logic, in this case, is a better guide than intuition. Be prepared to make a major decision in your life, likely one that will shape the next chapter of your life.
Your past is full of good work, but the process of your liberation from those experiences is ongoing. You are beginning a new chapter in your life.
The present has arrived and the past is relinquishing its hold on your fate. This is the best time to change an element of your lifestyle.
The fruits of your decisions are coming and you will receive that which you deserve. The path at your feet and the direction it is leading you are clear. You will see your ultimate desire through to the end.
The Judgement card is representative of some sort of change or transformation, likely one that has already occurred. It could mean the presence of a spiritual or professional calling and making decisions that will lead to your success. The answer to your question is yes.
The World is an indicator of a major and inexorable change, of tectonic breadth. This change represents a chance for you to bring about a desirable end to the Old and a good beginning to the New. It is indicative of growing maturity, a sense of inner balance and deeper understanding. It suggests that you may be approaching a more final sense of identity, and the security in the self that comes with age. It also represents the falling away of boundaries, sometimes in the effusive sense of the spiritual, but sometimes in a purely physical sense, indicating travels or journeys in the future.
The path you are on will eventually bring you full circle. It may take a while to realize this, but the journey will allow you to accept new responsibilities and points of view.
The present moment will bring you the fulfillment of a wish or a long desired change in scenery. To find satisfaction, you must accept the ideas of others to be equally valid as your own.
You must find your purpose to accomplish it. The same with dreams; you must first be aware of it to make it exist. There is no guarantee for success but the experience you gain will have the potential to fulfill your desires.
The World card means satisfaction and success at a journey's end. Fulfillment, rewards, certainty, and positive outcomes are all things directly associated with the presence of this card. The answer more than likely is yes.
The King of Cups is the worldly and calm projection of authority. Find him in your spread is most likely a reference to someone else who will aid you in achieving your goals. This person may seem unconcerned, even distant, but their motivations are pure. Whatever advice they give will be important to you and should be considered in your own deliberations. If it does refer to you, personally, it shows an inner strength and tightly disciplined control of emotions.
A concern from your past will revisit you. If you have been in need of help, it may be a good idea to seek professional guidance.
Someone who is greatly capable of aiding you will appear in your life. Take their advice and do not hesitate to seek support.
In order to bring about a state of peacefulness, seek advice. You will not find balance on your own, so seek out a powerful ally to guide you.
The King of Cups is a compassionate, warm, and gentle voice of reason. He is an authoritative man with strong intuition and vast spiritual knowledge. This card represents being able to make decisions by channelling experiences and being able to give good/helpful advise. Neither positive nor negative in nature, the answer is unclear.
Sensitivity and an affectionate nature are traditionally associated with the Queen of Cups, who is the emotionally open balance to the King. Despite her open nature, you will still find her influence to be largely passive. Particularly for men, her presence is a reminder to stay in touch with the emotional aspects of their character. You should take her presence a gentle hand seeking to show you the power of your own inner aspects, whose power may be obscured by their quiet nature.
You have achieved self-awareness by balancing all aspects of your personality. The success you desire is not here yet, but will arrive if you continue to deepen your inner knowledge.
Possibilities to your life will be revealed by the influence of a powerful woman. She may challenge or inspire you, but whatever she does will lead you to valuable insight.
Seek assistance or advice from your loved ones, looking especially to the feminine wisdom around you. Your journey will be determined by your emotional considerations, regardless of your professional success.
The Queen of Cups is a sensitive, quite, and virtuous woman who represents seeking and channelling a transformation within. She suggests a person who is a good listener and a loving counselor. Like her counterpart, the King of Cups, her presence is neither positive nor negative, and she brings an unclear answer to your question.
The Knight of Cups encourages you to remember that victory is not just an exercise in strength of arms, but can be achieved through cleverness and a savvy mind. He can also be given to flights of wild fancy, though, so you may also interpret him as a warning to maintain your focus. New initiatives in your life are likely on their way, and you must remember to seek novel paths to accomplish goals, but also not lose sight of where you are going.
Your strengths have been your intellectual capacity and self-determined will power. Being caught slightly off-guard by the new directions and ideas of others is natural to your unique perspective.
An important offer or invitation will arrive suddenly and unexpectedly.
Staying focused and following your most passionate beliefs will lead to progress towards your goals. You will find peace in deep, meaningful connections with others.
The Knight of Cups is a romantic and compassionate dreamer bringing along new opportunities or some sort of positive invitation. He represents self acceptance and an arrival to finding the proper path for your life. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The Page of Cups, if it refers to you in your spread, suggests an introspective nature, inclined towards art, and possessing a kind heart. You may let credit you deserve pass you by out of shyness. The card may also be indicative of someone, likely overlooked, in your own life who is in a position to aid you in pursuit of a specific goal. Although somewhat dependent on its position in your spread, the Page is generally the bearer of good news.
There is an idea you have already had that can be developed further for greater results. Your awareness of the obstacles before you will lead you to an understanding of the best ways around them.
Good news will reach you and remind you of the importance of a fresh outlook on life. See the humour in life and remember the healing power of laughter.
Be prepared for an upcoming opportunity. It will pass you by too easily if you are not ready to seize it for yourself. The emotional struggles you pass through will teach you how to love more deeply and intimately.
The Page of Cups is a gentle, artistic, dreamer-type messenger. He brings with him announcements of good news and messages of new, serene beginnings. All dealings with this card are of a positive nature, and the answer it represents is yes.
You can expect to attain some long goal if you find the X of Cups in your spread. This card is, like the rest of the Cups, imbued with emotional undertones. It may signal the mending of bridges between friends or family members you were once close to, if there has been a rift. You may also find that it symbolizes your own inner emotional turmoil being resolved. In reference to marriage it is usually indicative of lasting emotional bonds.
By taking confidence in your direction and following your deepest convictions, you have been propelled forward. This commitment and your comfort with authority have allowed room for recognition and success to manifest in your life.
A new undertaking is about to begin for you. This task, event, or journey will bring about the beginning of a long lasting friendship. Do not miss this opportunity.
The potential for financial success may present itself through some aspect of property ownership. Either find domestic happiness or gain prestige in public work. Despite the difficulty, balancing both at once is possible.
The Ten of Cups represents perfect harmony, abundance, and happiness. It suggests perhaps personal or family dreams coming true and an overall sense of satisfaction and security in life. Positive achievements and emotional stability ahead of you, the answer you seek is yes.
This card is a very powerful positive indicator for you! It represents a lasting or powerful contentment in your life. While nothing is permanent, somewhere along your life's path you can expect to be truly happy. It is heavily tied to creative endeavour and good wishes for the future.
The source of true happiness is your soul attaining peaceful balance. The efforts you have spent will bring your reward. Stay strong and keep working.
Your emotional and material well-being are at hand. Look to your friends for advice and support, but recognize that you will find fulfillment.
The goal you have set for yourself is down the road a ways. Stay true to your desires and you will reach the destination you seek. Balance your heart and mind to find a true calling.
The Nine of Cups shows feelings of joy, satisfaction, pleasure, and overall contentment. Its presence is indicative of a bright future brimming with good times, bliss, and a period of your wishes all being granted. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The VIII suggests that there is stability and security in your life, but at a personal cost. You are probably unfulfilled by your current life. Depending on the rest of your spread, it may be a strong push for you to move on, and find the courage to strike out in a new direction. You will have to look closely at your work, your relationship, and your own beliefs to identify the source of your ennui, and then decide if you are willing to set aside some of your life's stability in order to find happiness.
Your ability to earn money through determination and hard work will be necessary in the future. Your direction has been uncertain, but your heart tells you to keep seeking. The change you seek can take any form.
You are going to experience something completely new, travelling great distances either in thought or location. There are big changes coming.
Maintain an open mind and every journey that you take will yield life changing results. Personal success and accomplishing your goals will lead you to your greatest joy.
The Eight of Cups shows some degree of change happening in your lifestyle. It brings feelings of despondency, indifference, and avoidance. It could indicate a need to give up, leave, or turn away from something in your current life. The melancholy feeling associated with this card suggests no.
This card speaks strongly to your inner self. It is trying to tell you something about your unconscious or the realms of your imagination. Your hopes, dreams, and unrealized aspirations are all fair game to the VII of Cups. It speaks of a deep confusion, or a lack of understanding of your true motivations by your conscious mind. It is time to look carefully at your own motivations and reexamine your goals, but it is also a risky time to act upon your conclusions.
You have lost a lot of time chasing the many conflicting interests in your life. Do not be misled by daydreams and fantasies; pick a practical goal and start working.
You will receive a surprising reward for your usual mental and creative activities.
The inability to decide will slow your progress. Being open to change will help, but also a constant effort to determine what is true will keep you moving forward. Be honest with yourself.
The Seven of Cups symbolizes confusing decisions, wishful thinking, and temptation due to a lack of morality. Delusional ambitions and poor choices are associated with this card. It brings a definite feeling of pessimism and negativity. The answer is no.
The VI of Cups is rooted deep in the past, but it is also a card closely bound to your happiness. It suggests that your family, your old friends, perhaps even past lovers, are in the process of adding greatly to the joys in your life. This card may also refer to past efforts, labours of love, and personal projects rewarding you, usually in an emotional sense, rather than financial.
The past has brought you many rewarding experiences of love and success. Do not linger too long on what is past, and move forward with your achievements.
A reward that is the result of your past actions will come to you presently. By making a new friend or strengthening a relationship, you will find a great amount of commonalities.
To enhance your future, you must build upon the virtues of your past. It is not enough to have succeeded before, you must improve upon your capabilities. A deeply rooted desire will require some evolution to achieve.
The Six of Cups says something by the way of reconciliation and leaving the past behind. It could mean some sort of apology or returning to the past to unlock skeletons from the closet. There is a sense of relief and moving forward with its presence, and the answer you seek is likely yes.
This card is a dark omen. Like the rest of its suit, it is bound your emotions, and it brings with it a warning of loss and disappointment. Expect a setback in your life, almost certainly emotional. While this may be emotional, it may be a project or goal you are particularly invested in, emotionally. In certain positions it might also refer to events of the past which continue to cause regret or heartache. The only solution is optimism; this too shall pass.
The urge to try something new is a result of a disappointment or dissatisfaction you have experienced. Your current sadness is an expression of these failed expectations.
Explore any alternatives paths that you discover. But if you avoiding the truth, it will be difficult to create any sustainable satisfaction.
An error on your part will lead you to a regretful situation. Be ready to repair the damage you have caused and more importantly, to forgive yourself.
The Five of Cups is a regretful card full of sadness, loss, and despondency. It could be a sign of not appreciating what you have in life or possibly avoidance of something yet to come. The disappointment and discontent associated with this card provide an answer of no to your question.
Apathy is the most insidious of evil. If its influence remains unchecked you may lose yourself, and not even realize what you have lost. This card is a strong warning that you must break out of your current cycles. Seek out causes or people to care and fight for. Make new goals, and then seek out new paths to reach them. Now is the time to take risks, as the price of failure is far less than the cost of no longer seeking success.
You are discontent and nothing is changing to influence this. Your desire for change will be the most powerful impetus for the world around you to change. Take a new approach in order to transform your circumstances.
Do not be afraid to move forward. Instead, fear becoming overly content. Seek new paths in order to progress on new levels.
There will be long delays before you achieve your goals. Do not lose faith and keep your eyes facing forward. Make your plans and do not lose sight of the exciting rewards you desire.
The Four of Cups is an indifferent card showing a sense of apathy, boredom, and even disappointment. It could mean that you need to re-evaluate some area of your life or possibly that you are just settling for where you are and with opportunities having been missed. There is no clear answer right now.
This card is both a portent of celebration and cause for it. It tells of great happiness in the future for you, and not of the passing kind, but secure joy which will last and be shared with those around you. Commonly associated with the completion of a meaningful project, or, even more likely, a birth.
Long dormant talents are beginning to influence your life and the work you have done is beginning to influence your future. You may find richer rewards by investigating more experiences than you have previously.
There is abundant energy gathering around this moment that signifies you are approaching a new phase of life.
The desire to help other people will factor greatly into your considerations and you will take a greater joy in a significant role among your community. A full life lies ahead of you, to be celebrated by the ones who love you.
The Three of Cups brings with it an abundance of love and joy. It suggests happy gatherings or celebrations and success in various aspects of your life. It is associated with loving celebrations and close relationships, and it means that the answer you seek is yes.
The single resounding theme associated with the II of Cups is partnership. What sort of partnership is less clear, but you are in the past, present, or future, part of a powerful one. This partnership will involve absolute trust and commanding respect. It may, of course, be a particularly emotional love affair, but it could just as easily be a deep and abiding friendship. The exact nature may be revealed by the rest of the spread, or it may not. It will be a source of happiness for you, though, a presence in your life you can count on at every turn, and whose well-being will be as important to you as your own.
You have recently made a friendship or partnership that will bring you great rewards in the future. This connection will be meaningful for years to come.
A loving union or close partnership will begin soon. Through commitment and dedication, this relationship will bring you great rewards, even if they are distant.
Be on the lookout for a partner that will facilitate the achievement of your goals. It should be someone like you who can understand your ambitions and priorities.
The Two of Cups shouts about love, positive relationships, and togetherness. It suggests a life full of close bonds, good friendships, and mutual love and respect therein. This card encompasses all happy, positive, loving feelings. The answer it is providing to you is yes.
The Ace of Cups signifies the beginning of period of strong emotional health for you. Expect copious joy, happiness, and love to surround you during this time. Existing personal relationships may strengthen, meaningful new ones are likely to form. If marriage is in your future, you are likely to lay the foundations for it during this time.
There have been numerous occasions that prove your creative talent and ability to succeed in your efforts. By being passionate and intensely focused, you have allowed for greater productivity.
Good news is going to bring joy and extreme satisfaction to your life.
The difficulties you face in the future will take a toll on your emotions, but in the end, will bring about abundant joy. Remembering this natural balance will bring you great rewards.
The Ace of Cups represents overall satisfaction throughout all different areas of your life. It predicts success and abundance through use of good intuition and creativity. New relationships or possibly a birth or pregnancy could be associated with these positive outlooks. The answer is yes.
The King of Swords represents the professional aspects of authority. Often associated with those in legal or business careers, he most likely represents someone who will aid you in one of these fields. This person may be assertive, or even seek to dominate you in their confidence that they know how best to aid you. While they may be friendly, their primary motivation is unlikely to be emotional.
Your strength lies in your intellect. Looking ahead and taking authority into account will lead you to turn your collection of good ideas into reality.
A figure of authority may help you set your plans in motion.
There is opposition to your ultimate goals. Guile and your superior intellect will lead you past this destructive barrier. You will find fulfillment in organizing those around you as a leader.
The King of Swords is an assertive, professional, decision maker with high intellect and a knack for leadership. He represents big decisions to come and a need to take control and set boundaries while making firm commitments to your goals. This card provides no clear answer, maybe at best.
The Queen of Swords represents a very perceptive individual, sharp-witted and professionally distant. You will most likely find her to be your aid and counsel, possibly a teacher. Not necessarily female, but likely to be, this person should be trusted and may take an interest in you, but that interest is unlikely to be romantic. A powerful ally, respect her intelligence and you will be rewarded with peerless guidance.
Your strict idealization of perfection may be causing you stress or pain. By continue to uphold this ideal, you will make it impossible to achieve.
Expect counsel from a sharp witted elder who may be a woman. It is possible to maintain your independence while accepting help from friends.
Do not focus so intensely on your goals, as this may be constricting your ability to achieve them. Rely on your strong spirit to illuminate the bigger picture to you.
The Queen of Swords is an analytical, independent problem-solver. She brings with her mental clarity or an end to something troubling in your life but not without a painful loss or separation. She is stoic and astute but gives nothing away as a positive or negative outcome. Maybe is the only answer.