Tag Archives: Page of Cups

Daily Tarot Reading for July 3, 2019


The Tarot card for today is the Page of Cups (Friendship). Ride the wave of good feeling from yesterday’s new moon/eclipse. Bond with family and friends. Be creative and playful. Feel the love.

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Daily Tarot Reading for 2-18-2019


Hi, all! The Tarot card for today is the Page of Cups (Friendship). Astrologically speaking, tomorrow’s full moon is particularly powerful. As you rid yourself of  situations, beliefs, or behaviors that hold you back from living your best life, also be kind to yourself and others during this intense process.  Like the character pictured on the card, bathe in the loving emotional waters and heal. With every ending comes a fresh new start.

Have a beautiful day.

Daily Tarot Reading for 11-21-2018


The Tarot card for the day is the Page of Cups (Friendship). In all your connections today, bring out your playful side. Have fun, be joyful, be kind. Swim in the good feelings of being with someone you like doing the things you like to do. Even when a moment is lighthearted, it can still be intimate and meaningful.

Have a magical day.

Daily Tarot Reading for 3-7-2018


The Tarot card of today is the Page of Cups. This is a day where we can lighten up and not be so serious, at least for today, or even for a few moments of the day. Follow your creativity and let your imagination flow. Have fun, be lighthearted, dare to hope, and believe in your dreams. Laugh and smile. It will do your heart good.

Have a great day!

Daily Tarot Reading for 10-4-2017


Today’s card is the Page of Cups. Somewhere in your busy day, take time out to have a little bit of fun. The Page of Cups has a light-hearted, youthful energy. Be childlike and play: tell a joke, share a laugh, smile.

Age is just a number. I’m willing to bet that nobody really feels their age: you either feel older than you really are or you feel younger .To tap into your inner child is probably the most mature thing you can ever do. Look at how much we learn from the honesty and innocence of children. There is wisdom to be found there.