The Two of Cups reversed shows us the harmony of the perfect partnership. Such relationships can be both two couples engaging or simply be one of mutual hobbies.
Essentially, this means that if we’re to have a great physical experience on Earth, we need to better harmonize those relationships that serve us for the greater good.
The Two of Cups Reversed
You undoubably have people who are close to you. These people may not be provided with the assurance that they’re worthwhile for your journey.
It’s perhaps time to restore some peaceful harmony. How? By getting into their own shoes.
We can never achieve our life’s work by doing it all ourselves. In order to thrive, we need to cooperate for peace, fun, freedom and fulfillment.
As one of the most inquisitive tarot cards, the Two of Cups reversed is a clear sign of this. We find meaning through love and devotion towards all others.
We’ve used the Rider Waite tarot deck for this card analysis of The Two of Cups reversed. This highly popular set is recommended though you are welcome to use any that you desire.
Here we see a loving couple that are separated physically. Are they different? Absolutely? But on that same token, they can certainly find harmony.
They must work together to help each find value and importance in the journey. Essentially – they want dignification. They want to know that they’re being supported, cared for and nurtured through all of this.
It’s time to cooperate. To find resolution. To open a solid line of communication between us and them and not simply let this relationship be one that comes for granted.
Because we know deep down inside that this is where our magic is really being fueled.
Our ego enemy
Often it’s our ego getting in the way. Our pride. The feeling that we must always be right.
That’s worse when it’s creating conflict with those most closest to us. Those whose trust we’ve learn to respect, and in their perspective, you’re someone they can trust.
Have you lost friends before? Perhaps they were very close to you. What happened?
Personal responsibility is something that’s overlooked in this world. We all want to believe we’re doing things perfectly and it’s always “someone else” – but is it?
We can choose to ignore this or learn to adapt, nurture and grow that seed.
It’s rising time
Yes! Our pride often gets in the way. That – or our ego. We need to rise behind this by letting go of what we feel is right or wrong. Conflicts are damaging and won’t bring light to a world that realy needs it.
We can rise with two strategies:
- Peacefully walk away from the conflicts or;
- Rise up and shine unconditional love to all
Both essentially show our own personality responsibility at its best. By doing so, we can make those most close to us feel loved, nurtured and together – we can all stay in the vortex of creation.
Our rising is best done through an open line of communication. We should focus on talking less and listening more. To hear the other person’s viewpoint.
By having unbiased feedback and complete transparency, we can find that inner glow once again between us and them.
Cooperation gives us a sense of harmy. Actually – it IS harmony! You can’t get through these challenges alone. This is perhaps why you consulted these tarot cards.
There is much light to be found in the world and much conscious creation to be had. That starts with great communication, especially those most closest to us.
Those that nurture us are like soldiers on the battlefield. We must feed them, nurture them and solute them for helping us through these battles.
Because on the otherside of that battle is freedom.
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