The Compassion of Kuan Yin, translates to the Ace of Cups. The Ace of Cups is an ever-flowing fountain representing all-encompassing love.
The Minor Arcana showcases daily life. The Suit of Cups in the Minor Arcana corresponds to the element of Water. The cardinal direction that they represent West and the season is autumn. It is thought that the Suit of Cups also known as the Suit of Goblets or Chalices was meant to represent the clergy. The Cups are a feminine, passive, receptive, yin element. They correspond to the hearts in modern playing cards. The element of Water rules our hopes, aspirations, and dreams.
The Queen of Cups is essentially a healer, with a brilliant imagination. She is empathetic, sensitive & works well with children or animals.
The Page Of Cups is an intuitive, romantic who is in love, with love. The Page teaches you to love yourself & to trust your intuition.
The Ten of Cups is about love, family togetherness and connection. It is Joy and contentment that is a result of emotional fulfilment.
The Nine of Cups is about joy so great that it is a bountiful fountain that overflows, and nurtures the soul.
The Eight Of Cups is about Soul Searching and realizing that something has come to an end even though a situation is very workable.
If Wishes Were Horses...What would you pick? Riches, Your Inner self, Transformation, Security, Victory or the Power to battle your dragons?
The Six of Cups is a nostalgic blast from the past, a trip down memory lane or an actual physical meeting with someone known from the past.
The Five of Cups augurs a time when one is grief-stricken by everything that is not working out in one's life.
The Three of Cups is a time of celebration, and of latent talents emerging and taking on a life of their own. Shine On!