Two of Cups Meaning
In this post, I’ll be discussing the the Two of Cups meaning for health, advice, outcome, in a love reading, as feelings, and many other meaning variations. Check out the video down below where I go through all the meanings.
What does the Two of Cups mean?
The Two of Cups is a relationship card. It’s the Minor Arcana version of The Lovers. It can mean a friendship, a partnership, or often a romantic relationship.
We’re talking about the Suit of Cups here, so relationships and emotions are involved. When this card shows up, this is someone who knows you inside and out. They see your flaws and they love you regardless. This is my favorite relationship card. But this is a card about a areal partnership a true meeting of the minds.
What does the Two of Cups mean in reverse?
The Two of Cups in reverse can mean a breakup or distance between you and someone you love. It can also mean that you and your friend or partner are not on the same page. You don’t see eye to eye. There is conflict dividing two of you, even though the relationship is still there.
Does Two of Cups Always Mean Love?
No, the Two of Cups doesn’t have to mean love. This is a card about partnership. It’s a sense that you and another person are on the same page. You want the same things. This card can mean a friendship, a business partnership, or even a close family relationship. It just means that you and this person think alike and you are there for one another. This is someone you can trust.
Two of Cups as Feelings
The Two of Cups is about love, friendship, and kinship. The two of you “vibe” or you just get along. There is an easy give and take between the two of you. And, in a deeper sense, this means you love them despite all of their faults and they feel the same way. Everyone has faults. But when we are in a new relationship, we don’t often see them. This is a much more advanced relationship phase, in my opinion.
Two of Cups Reversed Feelings
This can indicate emotional distance between the two of you. Since this card is all about partnerships, it shows that either you or your partner don’t feel like you can rely on the other one. You feel a distance between the two of you. There’s a possibility that the two of you have broken up, or will end the relationship soon.
Two of Cups Love
Other than The Lovers, this is the most positive relationship card in the deck. This is a card about knowing someone on a very deep level. When this card shows up you have a very deep connection to somebody.
Two of Cups Reversed Love
This is a breakup. If you haven’t broken up, there is a disconnection between the two of you. Something isn’t quite right. You feel the distance. The two of you are not on the same page.
Two of Cups Combinations
The trick to reading tarot very well, is looking for the story, not just individual cards. It’s important to look at Two of Cup combinations and see if there are any nuances or patterns here.
|Two of Cups||The Empress||A relationship that is growing and maybe even leading to a commitment|
|Two of Cups||The Lovers||A VERY strong connection, maybe even a soul tie|
|Two of Cups||Strength||Holding onto your animal instincts, not allowing your emotions to show.|
|Two of Cups||Ace of Cups||Falling in love, starting a romance|
|Two of Cups||Three of Cups||Dating or a very close friendship, enjoying each other|
|Two of Cups||Six of Cups||Having a long-standing relationship or feeling as if you have known someone forever|
|Two of Cups||Nine of Cups||Struggling between the relationship and the need to have your own life|
|Two of Cups||Two of Pentacles||Being uncertain about a relationship, going back and forth|
|Two of Cups||Three of Pentacles||Office romance, wanting to prioritize a relationship and put time and effort into it.|
|Two of Cups||Six of Pentacles||Wanting to invest in a relationship|
|Two of Cups||Eight of Pentacles||Value a connection, willing to put in lots of effort into the partnership|
|Two of Cups||Ten of Pentacles||Building a long-term relationship with someone, sharing your resources with a partner|
|Two of Cups||Ace of Wands||A very passionate connection, a new beginning|
|Two of Cups||Two Wands||Making long term plans with a partner|
|Two of Cups||Three of Wands||Being at a distance from a partner, waiting to hear from your person|
|Two of Cups||Five of Wands||Romantic rivals, fighting in a relationship|
|Two of Cups||Six of Wands||Wanting to get someone’s attention, winning someone over|
|Two of Cups||Seven of Wands||Defensiveness, pulling away from a partner|
|Two of Cups||Eight of Wands||Passionate messages, moving forward with your partner|
|Two of Cups||Ten of Wands||Emotional burdens, doing all of the work in a relationship|
|Two of Cups||Two of Swords||Making a head over heart decision about your person|
|Two of Cups||Three of Swords||Heartbreak, disappointed in a relationship|
|Two of Cups||Four of Swords||Taking a break from your person, withdrawing|
|Two of Cups||Nine of Swords||Worried about a relationship, anxiety|
Two of Cups Yes or No
This card in this particular direction is a great big yes…especially if you have asked a question involving a relationship. There’s a partnership at work somewhere.
Two of Cups Reversed Yes or No
In general, cards that show up in reverse are about an imbalance or a blockage. The answer is “no” for this particular card in the reverse. If this is about a relationship, the two of you are not a united front, you are at odds.
Two of Cups Career
For career matters, this is a networking card. It’s about your relationships at work. This might mean that you need to involve your social contacts. Maybe you can’t handle the specific situation all by yourself. You’re going to need some reinforcements. If you don’t have people at work whom you rely on, this is a desire to have someone at the office who has your back, a collaboration partner you can work with.
Two of Cups Health
When it comes to health, you might need a partner to rely on. This could be a professional like a doctor or a counselor. This could mean support from your friends or your family. This is a signal to get some support.
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