Tarot reading is about learning about your own life and future. The Four of Cups card can be a very positive card, especially if it’s appearing in a reading that’s focusing on love.
The Four of Cups is a card of abundance and good fortune. It shows you surrounded by the happiness of friends and family, which are the main ingredients for any successful relationship. The four cups show how these people will support you and enrich your life – it’s easy to see why this is such a great card for lovers!
How to Interpret
If the Four of Cups tarot card is showing up in your reading, it may mean that you’re experiencing love in all its forms – romantic love, friendship, family ties or emotional support. You’re surrounded by positive people who are supportive and uplifting – but also very encouraging and helpful. You’re not alone in this world!
It could also mean that you’re getting involved with someone who brings out the best in you – someone who can bring out your hidden talents or strengths. This person will help you to grow as a person, and you’ll be able to draw on their experiences as well as their skills. So enjoy the rewards of being loved by such an amazing person!
Four of Cups on Love
If you are still lonely, this card could indicate that you are bored with or are ignoring everything that is going on in love. It is natural to expect to be treated well even when you have recently been unable to love someone. However, you must be careful that you are not causing any unnecessary suffering by trying to avoid experiencing the pain and suffering that other people may experience.
Opportunities can appear when people are willing to look at it, but you don’t have time for it at the moment. If it is too hard to maintain a long-term commitment with someone, this means that it becomes uninteresting and boring to continue to spend time together. This can be avoided by just doing some experimenting and going out and finding new things. If either of you stop working hard at being involved, your relationship may be coming to a close.
If you have spent all your time debating what to do with your own energy, think about what is good to do and the things you would do if you spent some time genuinely loving and valuing your partner as he is.