6 of Cups

6 of Cups

Meaning

When the 6 of Cups appears in your day, the message is to not take life so seriously. This is a Tarot card about appreciating what love and life have brought to you in this lifetime, and just being grateful for the unconditional love that you have. We all have days where we just feel like nobody loves us, this card is proof that you do. Embrace your day with a child-like spirit and relish in the innocence and freedom of youth, as nostalgia is often a marker with this card. You may find healing today going down memory lane with someone that you love, either in your heart or even over the phone. At the same time sometimes the message with this card is, someone is already going down memory lane with you in their heart, and you may hear from them very soon!

Symbolism

The 6 of Cups is one of the soul mate cards, and also relates to the zodiac signs Scorpio and Cancer. So when you see this card in your day, you may be getting a blast from the past or a visit from your soul mate! This card portrays a sunny day, with children enjoying the freedom of youth, sharing, and love. This child-like free spirit is called for in your day. An offering of love or a token of appreciation is also symbolic in this card. We also see harmony and peace and balance restored in love or in any situation when the 6 of Cups appears, because this card vibrates at the harmonious level of the number 6.

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