Two of Cups tarot card meaning love

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.”
– John Lennon

Two of cups tarot meaningThe two of Cups is the card of partnership, union and connection. The type of partnership may vary depending on the whole reading or the other surrounding cards. But you can be assured when the Two of Cups appears in a reading that there will deep affection, trust, connection and alliance.

As illustrated in the two of cups both people are offering equality. They are meeting and joining offering each other similar golden cups filled with equal amounts of love.

Keywords for Two of Cups: Bonding, partnership, connection, togetherness, union, love community and happiness

The two of cups represents a stage in your life when you have come to value the true essence of partnership and are inviting these in or are attracting like-minded people.

The people around you will be a source of happiness and fulfillment – It expresses that being together with others is preferred and promotes the great joy of union in friendship and love.

In love this card is about a new person coming in or who has come in- there is an innocence and great potential for bonding. This card however does not show the outcome or that the love will be lasting – it merely expresses that an opportunity is available for union.

two of cupsYou are compatible with the other person and the connection is easy and light and playful. It is up to the two individuals to create a positive union and the potential is there; bound in the innocence and innate trust that this relationship has.

One thing is for sure, this relationship will be content and make you feel all loved up.

But. as it does not predict the future of the relationship, it is seen to be more a guide, guidance to go with the flow – to trust – to live in the NOW.

Love is about being present with self and other – this card is reminding you of allowing and being.

This card is advising you to trust the lightness and innocence and embrace it so that the relationship can flourish. It will flow naturally as freedom of self is at its very core.

two of cups tarotIt could be referring to a time of building friendship and embracing joy in connections in general.

It is usually a time after a break up, when healing has occurred or a break through – were you are vibrating from a place of sincere partnership and are connecting on an authentic level – and this makes you feel happy and content.

In work, goals or projects this card is referring to partnerships. It usually is advising to trust your partner that you have a wonderful relationship and are both coming from an altruistic place and that team work is integral to both.

This card is saying do not go it alone, partnership is the key to success.

The Two of Cups is about community and cooperation – working together to create a better world. This card could be guiding you to look at your life work and to see how you are contributing. You may be considering a new vocational path that services the greater good – this card is the go ahead.

Spiritually this card is about moving from a place of solitude and beginning to form new partnerships with others that are for your greater good – in a light easy loving way – the hard lessons have passed for now.

two of cups togethernessTrusting in the universe alongside positive action helps you to create an enriching and easier path.

You are being asked to trust yourself, in discernment and follow your heart – you will step into much joy of inner self as well as creating unions that are soulful, easy, alive and rewarding.

Togetherness and bonding in innocence and freedom and fun nourishes our soul and now is your time to embrace the benefits of authentic self.

Togetherness is my favorite word at the moment – make it yours 🙂

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