Seven of Cups

Seven of Cups

This card shows the problem facing Cups. Emotion and imagination can create fantastic things, but without and action or basis in reality, they are meaningless. The cups on display contain treasures, adventures and also demons - all sorts of fantasies. Not necessarily harmful, they are meaningless because they connect only to themselves.

In readings, this translates into wishful thinking. It can also stand for sloppiness, all this time day dreaming means you have let things go and they are falling apart. Get a grip!

Reversed it mean an effort to actually make something of the dreams, to act on them.

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