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If you pull the Ten of Cups reversed in your reading, the card illustrates that you are dissatisfied with your life. You have a partner but are unhappy in your relationship. Your children are doing great on the outside, but, on the inside, you feel that you don’t have much to show. Be careful not to generalize this statement because it is not true for every family. There are exceptions to every rule, and yours is no different. The card in the reversed position also hints at a bad decision made in the past. Therefore, it is important for you to have a fresh start again and move on from the past.

Nine of Cups reversed is a card of disappointment. The cups have been shattered, but rather than finding satisfaction in this, you may find yourself angry with those involved. You may also feel a sense of disillusionment. When a person is very happy with their life, nine of cups reversed indicates that they have unrealistic expectations. There is not enough substance behind the emotion. A better interpretation is that you are expecting too much. The Nine of Cups reversed is not a good omen since it signifies that you are going through a difficult time, like rejection, humiliation, feeling helpless, or being tricked.

The Nine of Cups reversed might indicate that you are trying to control everything and everyone else. You may have unrealistic desires, and your self-worth is heavily affected by external factors. You may have lost faith in yourself and are waiting for someone else to come along and make you happy. Despite how the outside looks, you are not actually happy or content. There is a problem with power dynamics at play when this card shows up. Nine of cups reversed is not necessarily a bad thing, but the message is one of a lack of fulfillment.

If you pull the Eight of Cups reversed in your reading, the card illustrates a personal loss and disappointment. It may come as a shock, and it signals that your expectations have been shattered. There are things that will no longer make you happy, and you must take a moment or come to terms with them.

The 8 of Cups reversed as feelings indicates a complex emotional landscape where someone is grappling with the decision to return to a situation or relationship they previously left or contemplated leaving. This card suggests unresolved issues and an unwillingness or inability to completely let go.

The person may be feeling a pull back towards the past due to unresolved emotions or unfinished business. This could manifest as a sense of regret or a realization that they have left something important behind. The 8 of Cups reversed as feelings also hints at a fear of moving forward, indicating a struggle against change and a desire to return to what is familiar, even if it is not entirely fulfilling. This card reflects inner conflicts, emotional reconsiderations, and a hesitation to embrace new opportunities while still being tethered to the past.

If you pull the Seven of Cups reversed, the card is all about limiting yourself. In contrast, the upright version of this card shows that you have a vision of what you want, but the temptations are blocking you from reaching it. Thus, it is advised to keep your desires and intentions private for now. It would be better if you looked at the obstacles around you so that you are not blindsided by them. The Seven of Cups reversed card suggests that you have too many options to pick from and this makes you lose hope. If you want the best option, choose the one that is not available. The Seven of Cups reversed also shows that you don’t know what you want.

If the Five of Cups reversed appears in a reading session, the card is all about moving on. You have learned from your past, and you are ready to start over. The Five of Cups reversed is a sign that you have experienced a loss, but this time, it’s not a loss, it’s a lesson. The card hints that you are ready to move past this experience. Even if you are going through a loss, it doesn’t mean you can’t find joy somewhere else. If you have suffered the loss of someone close to you, like a family member, your partner, your friend, or your partner, you must realize that you cannot change this. You are not responsible for another person’s life.

When you draw the Six of Cups reversed, the card signals that you likely are living in the past and recalling the happy moments of childhood. You are likely to try to reconnect with old friends or even a former lover who left you long ago, and this may help you to regain a sense of joy and happiness. There is also a chance that you are refusing to let go of these former relationships because you are angry at their departure. But this is unhealthy, as it is holding you back from experiencing new life experiences. If you come across this card, take a walk in nature or reread a children’s book with an intention to have fun and create excitement again.

The reversed Six of Cups occasionally shows that you feel restricted in some way and that you may need to find creative ways to escape this restricted reality. There may be a lot of anxiety and fear around you, and you may be worrying that the world is closing in on you. As a result, you are becoming increasingly closed off from your inner self and the world around you.

When the Two of Cups reversed appears in an upright position, the card is all about intimacy, the kind that involves an emotional connection. You are falling in love with the idea of being together. The reversed Two of Cups shows that one’s feelings are not being reciprocated, and the two are drifting apart. The lack of connection between the two is indicated by a disconnection in the communication system. Sometimes this card also represents an imbalance between men and women, which is causing emotional disturbance. The card of Two of Cups may show that there is a break between two people in terms of friendship and love which may continue to be a problem for them.

The upright Two of Cups indicates that you are in a relationship that is progressing towards happiness, but the reversed Two of Cups shows that there might be a disconnection between you and your partner. This is caused by a lack of trust. The communication between the two is bad at the moment, and this lack of understanding is causing a lot of tension between the two. If this is your current situation, try to find a way to resolve this problem.

When the Four of Cups reversed appears in an upright position, the card is all about having some clarity about what you truly desire. You are now focused on what is important in your life and are doing what you need to feel fulfilled. Instead of constantly thinking about what is lacking in your life, you are making sure that you are taking the necessary steps to eliminate those things. The reversed Four of Cups suggests that you have gained a lot of self-understanding about what you desire out of your life, and you are now making better choices as a result.

When the Four of Cups is reversed, it shows that you have realized what you need to do to make your wishes come true. You are now fully aware of what you have been missing out on in life, and you are aware of what is crucial if you plan to be successful in life. Now that you are more clear with the requirements, you are more focused on making your dreams a reality.

When you draw the Three of Cups reversed, the card signals that you are currently overindulgent and perhaps even a little self-centered. You can be so engrossed in the fun and social aspects of life that you are losing sight of what truly matters. Your selfish needs are more important than the needs of others. It may be difficult for you to see the value in your relationships now, as you are preoccupied with only yourself and your desires.

If you can, it is best to cut back on any excessive indulgences now as you may experience serious repercussions later down the line. It may also be a warning that you need to find balance. It is easy to lose sight of your priorities when you are wrapped up in social events, parties, and other fun activities. Before you know it, the year has passed, and you may have missed an opportunity that presented itself to you. It may be difficult for you to see the value in your relationships now, as you are preoccupied with only yourself and your desires.

Ace of Cups reversed is a card of emotional upheaval. When this card shows up reversed, it means that the cups are now empty, and the emotional and spiritual waters have run dry. The creative flow has ended, and there is little to no new inspiration. What was once a strong flow has now reached its end. There is something to be learned here, and one thing is that you can never have enough of a good thing. You can never have enough love, joy, and good fortune. Now is the time to be more in the flow and to find ways to re-ignite your creative juices.

When the King of Wands reversed appears in an upright position, the card is all about your character, personality, and passion. It shows that you are highly ambitious, fearless, and self-confident. You are passionate about life and everything you do. You are on a quest to become successful, while giving your all and putting in work and effort. But this card is reversed, and with it, the feeling of confidence and passion is missing. You are now afraid of what you have to do as you are not as passionate as you are supposed to be. You are now doubtful and questioning your actions.

Five of Wands reversed is a card of compromise and diplomacy. There is a need for collaboration in order to reach an agreement that everyone is happy with. The same is true of arguments. Try to see both sides, and decide which cause the most trouble. Don’t dwell on the past, but learn from it. Sometimes the best way forward is to cut ties with those who are causing problems.

The Queen of Wands reversed is all the insecurities you have with your personal life. This card means that you are very emotional with your work, life, and relationship with your family. You can be a very kind person to everyone around you, but inside your soul you are filled with the desire to be independent and to have personal space. But at the same time, you can be a very dependent person and don’t care about anyone else’s feelings. Due to that, there can be tension between you and others. This card signals that you must fix your insecurities and become a strong person, especially for the good of yourself.

The Knight of Wands reversed signals the emergence of impatience, arrogance and rashness. Although you might be all of these things in the upside-down position, you need to understand that these traits come with the Knight of Wands in general. You need to control the other urges and channel your energy back into the right places. The Knight of Wands reversed also foretells a battle between the emotions. You might feel some sort of extreme emotion, like fury, and you feel the need to take action.

This card suggests the kind of rush that is caused by excitement and passion. You need to understand that this excitement is just like the Knight of Wands in general, but you need to control that enthusiasm and channel it somewhere more productive, like working on your long-term goals. Try to understand that this card means that whatever you are doing is a wonderful beginning, but it won’t work in the long run. Keep your feet firmly on the ground and prepare for hurdles and challenges.

Page of Wands reversed is a card of confusion and frustration. What should you do? How can you start? This is a challenging question to answer, especially for those who are just starting out in their own business. Page of wands reversed urges you to think about the big picture. What do you need to begin? What will your strategy be? What resources do you need to get going? The Page of wands reversed card can also signify a lack of vision and excitement. You might not have a clear idea of what direction you want to go in or what role you want to play in your life. Take some time to think and decide what you really want.

Ten of Wands reversed is a card of release and relief from the burden of a heavy workload. You don’t have to carry your burden any longer. The pressure has stopped. You may also need to rest after a difficult effort that has started to get on people’s nerves. This card asks you to take your time, to evaluate your situation and see if you wish to continue with the same workload and routine. Consider reducing the number of projects and staff or delegate some of your duties to others. Or, you may now be so overworked that you are unable to continue with the project, and it is time to call it quits. The burden is no longer worth your energy or your health.

Ten of Wands reversed people have finally realised that to live in such a manner, they are doing themselves a huge disservice. They are tired and fed up. The problems and the workload never end, and there are always demands from all sides. When Ten of wands reversed shows up, you’re getting close to doing too much. It is time for you to stop and take a breather.

The Nine of Wands reversed is about facing the inevitable and knowing you must take care of your own needs before helping those around you. It’s a sign that you’re not allowing yourself to relax because you don’t want to take any risks or accept potential failure. You’re overcompensating and making yourself sick. You cannot let fear take control.

The Nine of Wands reversed asks you to be bold and to stand firm in your principles – even though you may be scared, embarrassed or worried. You might be unsure of what you are capable of or worried that if you fail, what will be the consequence? Even though these feelings are natural, try and remember that fear does not define who you are. Your confidence and belief in yourself are what will carry you through. You will make it, and it will be a learning experience too.

Pulling the Nine of Wands reversed can indicate that you are tired and burnt out from working longer hours and keeping up with everything that comes your way. You are ready for a rest.

When you draw the Eight of Wands reversed, the card signals that you must be waiting for those things which you’re expecting a lot from. Also, you might be feeling that you are unable to accomplish those things and can’t keep up with them at all. The card says that everything you build will be a mess, and not up to the mark. You need to give yourself enough time to deliver and not be too active. Give yourself some time, and then start working on it again. This card comes up when you are feeling tired and your body is not ready for action.

When the Seven of Wands reversed appears in an upright position, the card is all about inner-conflict and resisting change. People might find it hard to adapt to new ideas, ways, habits and ways of doing things. This might be hard for them to see and understand. But it is not about avoiding change. It’s about finding a balance between letting go and letting in, and allowing yourself to adapt to the current situation. In a reversed position, the card shows that someone wants to dominate or resist a situation he or she found hard to accept or agree with.

This can be a sign of manipulation and a dominating character. There is an element of fear in play here. The Seven of Wands in reverse shows that you need to be careful with what you are doing and how you are presenting yourself. You might face criticism from others. So, you have to balance between being yourself and adapting to the opinions and views of others. This is the only way you will be able to survive in this world. The Seven of Wands reverse is also a card of betrayal.

You might be disappointed at the lack of achievement at work or you might have struggled to increase your sales. The Six of Wands reversed in your reading, the card illustrates your failure to attain your desired results in terms of work, business, or something else. You might have struggled or lost faith. It is not a good omen indicating your personal loss or failure. Reversed Six of Wands suggests that you have lost your confidence or have a lack of inner strength to do the job. Your self-worth is low, and you are feeling that the world is not ready for you. You have lost interest in doing what you were passionate about, and you are finding it hard to get excited about anything.

For example, you might be disappointed at the lack of achievement at work or you might have struggled to increase your sales. you might be disappointed at the lack of achievement at work or you might have struggThe Six of Wands reversed indicates that you lack self-belief and confidence and have stopped believing in yourself. This card also indicates that even if you have attained a certain position in your quest for success, you are missing out on being successful because you are still clinging on to your past accomplishments. You feel that you are not worthy and need to prove yourself.