Two of Cups Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Water, female, passive energy - emotions
Keywords and Phrases:
Romantic rapport, affinity, commitment.
Two of Cups Tarot Card Meanings
In the image the couple appear to only have eyes for one another, a ring of light emanates from the moon to encircle and connect them as it travels down to the golden upright Cups stood on the sea of emotions. The symbolism shows us everything harmoniously inter-connected and balanced.
The Two of Cups can indicate the progression of a relationship and taking things onto the next stage. For those dating it may show a deepening connection and a commitment being made to each other and to the relationship. When appearing in a spread for someone as part of a longstanding couple it normally shows a strong meaningful relationship, where the couple are perfectly attuned and share a deep affinity, friends and lovers, almost inseparable.
If reversed or ill-dignified, problems to an existing relationship, can show misunderstandings and division.
Two of Cups Tarot Card Combinations
Ace of Wands > Two of Cups: May show the start of an exhilarating and passionate relationship. For those settled, an exciting new beginning for you and your partner.
Two of Cups > Three of Wands: Things coming together and making forward plans for the future together.
Two of Cups > Seven of Cups > The Hermit: Applying deep thought concerning options and choices regarding a close relationship.
Two of Cups > Three of Swords > Death: Quarrels lead to the end of the affair, usually with an air of finality.
Two of Cups > Ten of Cups > The Star: A relationship deepening and becoming more serious, it holds a promising future filled with love and happiness.
The Moon > Two of Cups > The Devil: Can indicate partner keeping secrets, (if Five of Swords then someone’s taking advantage, devious)
Two of Cups > The Sun: Everything in the garden is rosy! A well-aspected and successful partnership.
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