The Two of Cups are the best Tarot Cards About Love. Here we break down the images within the card and give a meaning to each card
Two Of Cups
Two is a number of polarity and the best of the Tarot Cards About Love. Here we see this polarity in a kind form: as an attractive force between two opposites. When in a love Tarot spread you see the two of Cups in good company, then romance is in the air
In the Rider Waite Tarot deck we see a man and a woman standing in front of each other. In the background a house is visible between the two persons. The man touches the cup of the woman. Where the cups touch each other, we see a caduceus with the head of a lion
The two snakes on the caduceus represent cosmic energy, the kundalini. The head of the lion shows passion. The caduceus is the staff of Hermes who was the messenger of the gods.
The caduceus is also the messenger of passion and love.
The woman seems to give her cup to the man who accepts it. The cup can be seen as the heart of both persons. The man will also give his cup to the woman. Love is exchanged, between both of them.
The house we see on a distance between both people, shows that it is love with a future. It’s not a once only affair.
When you look at the card you don’t see any other people or possible obstacles. This could suggest that the romance can develop without any problems.
Tarot Cards About Love – The Other Meaning
When you don’t see this card in a love Tarot spread in a reading specifically when you are looking to have a reading with Tarot Cards About Love, you must not conclude that love will not be in your future. Tarot has many ways to say that you will find romance and love. The 2 of cups is the most straight forward and direct card to show certainty for upcoming love.
Above is explained the two of cups from the point of view of a love Tarot spread. But the card can also represent another kind of relation between two people. It also shows people who like each other, who have sympathy for each other and who enjoy the company of each other.
It can even be explained in a more spiritual way. You could see it as the reconciliation of consciousness and unconsciousness. Or a meeting between the Lower and the Higher Self. Though this is more the realm of the Major Arcana.
It all depends on what the person in question wants to know from the Tarot reading.