Free Daily Tarotscope — Aug 6, 2014 — Nine of Cups

Nine of Cups

Nine of Cups

Today is a good day to be counting your blessings. The Nine of Cups is called the “Wish Card.” It refers to abundance, prosperity, felicity and fulfillment. it’s a card of gratitude and wonder; it speaks of being present in the moment and willing to receive all that the Universe has to offer.

The Nine of Cups serves as an important reminder that we all create our own joy. We can get stuck in a mindless rut of worry and anxiety or we can make choices to embrace our good fortune and see our not-so-good fortune as lessons or stepping stones.

This version of the card is rich with esoteric symbolism. The Nine Cups look like golden bells, symbols of the abundance that echoes all around us. A winged-heart with is an all-seeing eye floats in the center against the backdrop of a star-filled sky.

The Rumi quote: “God will grant you whatever you desire in your heart” ties in perfectly with the modern-day Law of Attraction principles. And in the context of this quote, it refers to the personal relationship that each of us have with the Divine.

Nothing is taken for granted here — it’s all about putting out there to the Universe what you want and fully expecting to have it delivered. At the same time there’s a great appreciation for all that you have and a willingness to share it with others.

Free Daily Tarotscope — Jan 3, 2014 — Seven of Cups

Seven of Cups

Seven of Cups

Today you may need to step back and work on getting some clarity over choices that have been troubling you.

You may feel the need to make an important decision and be consumed with worry over potentially making the wrong one.

The Seven of Cups — like all sevens — refers to a dilemma that is not easily (and never ideally) resolved. Because we’re talking Cups here, that dilemma is most likely emotional — or love and relationship oriented.

Your views may be clouded by intrusive thoughts or temptations that are not in keeping with your own moral principles.You could also have too many options available to you and be struggling with choosing one over the others.

In this rendition of the card, we see a figure sleeping with all of his dream symbols floating in the ethers above him. The Sun, Moon, Stars and Planets are all there — along with a hookah and tiny chalice at his bed-side. Seven golden chalices (which invert to seven golden bells) frame him in the card.

The Rumi quote: “The present world is but a dream the sleeper imagines to be real” invites a more thorough investigation of the age-old query over what is real and what is just an illusion.