The Nine of Cups: Two Messages! (Wednesday)

The Nine of Cups is here today to speak to you about fulfillment and what it means to you. What would it take for you to feel fulfilled? And how do you know that what you think you want is what you really want?

This card has two meanings:

The first is that it can symbolize a happy, delightful time in your life where relationships flow easily and communication is strong. If this sounds like you, sit back and let the good times roll.

But if your thinking ummm no, that’s not me, then the Nine of Cups can represent a need to question your desires and that which you are working towards. Are you pursing particular goals out of fear? When you imagine yourself finally achieving your goal, do you feel a little bored? Be honest!

Question of the day: Have you ever pursued a goal that deep down you didn’t even want, simply because you lacked imagination and fearlessness at the time? Tell me all about it in the comments below!

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10 Responses to The Nine of Cups: Two Messages! (Wednesday)

  1. Idnaceus Crow says:

    Well I’m just funna sit back and communicate while the fun times are rolling. Cuz I’m really digging this… Oh soo peaceful and plentiful…knowing that this communication is making others and me a well.. See the bigger picture thank you again Kate… Much <3

  2. Jamie Morris says:

    Yeah, Kate, I agree with Denise. Very fresh take on this card. I like your nod to the “wish” factor in a more self-empowering way!

    Happy Wednesday, Miss Smartie Pants.

  3. Antonio says:

    For me, the biggest issue when reaching some goals is to accept that I am deserving of it.

  4. EG says:

    Cosmic Tarot rocks!
    If I reach a goal, I feel satiety…then I start redefining myself and a new goal (possibly a more adventurous , a more perfect one) , and working on it…in order to reach the happiness we can see on the card! 😀

  5. Denise Suttie says:

    This one for me today is definitely about fear of both not having enough or being enough. In fact, it is about trying to be the kind of person that someone else expects me to be and I’m not. The fact that I am ” boring ” to this person really hurts–

    Different slant on the card, thank you.

    • Kate says:

      Denise, I think those two fears (of not being enough and not having enough) are so closely connected – I wonder if it is even possible to have one fear and not the other? Thanks for sharing this, as I think most of us can relate to it. And I know that feeling of realizing that someone finds you dull – I know it well!

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