Page of Cups Tarot Card
Symbolism in Page of Cups tarot card
The fish in the cup symbolises ideas from the subconscious and the spirit. The blue hat symbolises the young man’s calm nature. The red fabric symbolises his passion and life. The floral print symbolises an artistic and creative personality. The blue waves in the background symbolise the waves of emotions. The orange boots symbolise enthusiasm and emotional tendencies.
Page of cups tarot card meanings upright
Page of cups in a general question
Page of cups tarot card denotes a young person with gentle and sensitive nature. This is someone who lives in wonder and can be quite naive at times. There is a highly creative side to this person who loves to make things, sing and write. Since all the pages also are messengers, the Page of cups is the message of love, intuition and creativity. In situations Page of cups describes seeing something with new eyes and experiencing positive surprises. Page of cups also denotes a crystal child.
Page of cups in a love question
In a love reading, Page of cups tarot card denotes romantic news are on its way. If the Seeker is single they might find out that they have an admirer. In a relationship, Page of cups speaks of renewing the relationship through kind words and romantic gestures.
Page of cups in career questions
In a career reading, Page of cups tarot card signifies work as a psychic or using your psychic gifts in your work. Page of cups can also mean creative jobs or work with children. Page of cups can mean putting yourself out there to be judged (like an audition) to get what you want in a career. Page of cups often means the Seeker is at the beginning of a new learning curve in a career, and they might at times feel out of depth with demands until they find their feet.
Personality types in Page of Cups tarot card
Page of cups tarot card is someone sensitive and intuitive. They are very sweet, gentle, warm and loving. They are also shy, always holding something back. They don’t tell you how they really feel, and are good at pretending everything is fine, even when it isn’t. They do their best avoiding pain and conflict. Page of cups people need to feel loved and their main intention while interacting with others is to be loved and liked. They are youthful and playful, and they have plenty of hobbies and interests. This is someone who needs to feel special to someone, and they need to be listened to. If not they feel terribly wounded and might lash out in some way. Page of cups people tend to be very emotional.
Page of Cups tarot card reversed indicates someone who is hard to motivate, they are feeling sad and bring others down with their gloomy nature. They might promise a lot, but often deliver little if any. This is someone who tends to manipulate to get what they want. They have problems with trust. They need more love than they are able to give. Page of cups tarot card sometimes shows up reversed when the Seeker feels low emotionally. Difficulties communicating feelings are also indicated.
Personality types in Page of Cups reversed
Page of cups tarot card reversed is someone with erratic and secretive behaviour. They are over-emotional and often sexual repressed. They tend to avoid pain at all cost, even to the detriment of their development. At worst there is an underdeveloped conscience and Page of cups reversed people might even have evil tendencies. They can be very juvenile and childish, taking the victim role so they can avoid responsibility. Page of cups reversed people tend to be very manipulative until they have proven to themselves that someone loves them. They need a lot of love to feel secure within themselves.
Page of cups tarot card meanings
Page of cups tarot card meanings denote talents are coming to the surface, especially performing and artistic abilities. All kinds of creative pursuits are recommended. Page of cups indicates a time where creative people are influencing you and you might find that you are more emotionally charged than usual. Page of cups also shows up in your reading when you put yourself out there for the world to see so that you can achieve your creative ambitions.