Three of Cups
You may have plenty of people around you (friends and lovers and a solid support network), but are starting to see how your greatest fulfillment comes from within. The Three of Cups is usually associated with merriment and gaiety — a celebration amongst friends, but in this version we see how this is not always the case.
A solitary figure, depicted here as a young woman seated before a full moon, looks contentedly over her shoulder. Three goblets stand upright beside her and a raven rests in her hand. She’s basking in the glow of the full moon (representing intuition and sensitivity) while holding the mysteries of life (the raven) in the palm of her hand.
Perhaps she’s alone, or perhaps her loved-ones are just out of sight. Either way, she seems fulfilled and content and “complete” in her solitude.
This card represent a positive confirmation that you are as at one with yourself and your surroundings as you are in the people who love and support you. You have been able to turn loneliness into contentment, and discontent into personal fulfillment.
Perhaps you’re now realizing that you don’t need someone else to make you whole. Or maybe you’re at a place in your life where you realize the true meaning of loving yourself. It’s the first step toward creating a connection with others, yet once you achieve it you begin to realize that loving yourself is often enough.
The Three of Cups is also a card of abundance, prosperity and personal gratification. These things mean something different to each of us. But overall it has to do with being open and receptive to the support from others, while still finding fulfillment within ourselves. It’s a card of joy, celebration and gratitude. Whether you celebrate with friends or are content to do it on your own, the end result leads to perfection.
The card used for today’s tarotscope is part of Archeon Tarot by Timothy Lantz published by US Games. Used by generous permission.Check out more daily tarot scopes or visit our Shop.