In the Five of Cups you see a man in a long black coat with his head down. The black represents dark feelings. He has three cups which have fallen over on the ground. These cups represent what it is time to let go of. Behind him are two cups upright. The cups represent other possibilities.
The bride in the distance represents a way forward and faith in a better future. The castle off in the distance represents a safe place once you get across the bridge.
Five of Cups Upright
- A loss
- New phase
- Waiting for resolutions
- Past Hurts
- Ending relationships
Five of Cups Reversed
- Ending pain
- Good news
- New relationships
- Moving forward
Question to ask when pulling the Five of Cups tarot card:
- Are you seeing the good in what you have?
- What are you ready to let go of?
- What do you want to build?
- Can you see what you are gaining instead of what you are losing?
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