Queen of cups – Tarot card Meaning

The Queen of Cups is the thirteenth card in the Cups suit. 13 isn’t really an unlucky number when it comes to The Queen of Cups, like most other cards in the Cups suit, The Queen of Cups is a positive one. It also has many possible interpretations, from the straight obvious meaning of a female influence in your life, to interpretations of maturity and intuition.

The Queen of Cups in a sentence

The Queen of Cups can represent a powerful woman influential in your life, but also maturity and sensitivity.

The Queen of Cups in a time based position

Past – The Queen of Cups in the past position can mean of remind you of an influential female in your life. Usually for the better, this people has helped you on your way. It could have been a good teacher or other parental figure, but this person has instilled some good values. It can also represent you in the past; particularly an event where you had to be passionate, patient and understanding.

Present – The Queen of Cups in the present position can mean that you’re currently going through a period in your life that requires you to be more patient and mature than normal. You may have just been put in charge of children, or people less mature than you who you need to keep your eye on. It shouldn’t be too much to worry about. Try to put your own good values in the people you meet and inspire them.

Future – The Queen of Cups in the future position can mean that in the future, you’re going to go through a period described above. IT could be in a caring situation, but the point to stress is that you’ll have to be patient and understanding. You’ll have to put on a brave face when things take a down turn. In effect, you will be the rock for other people.

The Queen of Cups in regards to life issues

Work / Education – The Queen of Cups in regards to work or education can mean that you need to look for a female in a position of power for help, especially if things are going wrong. It could be that your boss, project leader or teacher just needs to see you putting some effort in.

Romance – The Queen of Cups in romance is a good sign regardless of your current relationship status. If you’re looking for a female partner, consider someone older. If you have your eyes on someone younger, they may be much more mature and intelligent than you previously thought. Don’t rush into things, try to know the true person beforehand.

Friends – The Queen of Cups in regards to friendship can mean you need an older, possibly female perspective in your life, maybe even someone very old. It could be time to reconnect with your family if you feel like you’re missing out there. Old people generally have lots of experience that you can learn from and solid values, so don’t say no if someone old asks you to spend some time with them.

Money – The Queen of Cups in regards to finances, like most of the Cups suit, is a good sign in finance, so expect financial gain soon. Be grown up about things. Do you really need to buy that? Is it something, that in a few years, you’ll think about? If it isn’t, if you’re just buying it because it’s trendy and in the moment, it probably isn’t worth it. You can put your money to much better use than spending it on things you don’t need.

Health – The Queen of Cups is a good sign in regards to health. It can mean that you’ll need the mental strength to deal with something soon; particularly caring for somebody else. As has been said, be patient and understanding. You might be in their situation soon. Physically, expect improvement. Looking into good diets and traditional family recipes will be good for you right now!

Spirituality and Mentality – The Queen of Cups in spirituality can mean you’re about to understand the world in a whole new way, through the eyes of someone who has ‘seen it all’. You’ll find it much easier to make analogies in everyday life, and understand things through expressions of things you already know.

Other associations of The Queen of Cups

Element: Water

As a Yes or No question: Yes

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