Today’s TarotCraft Community Card is the 4 of Cups, suggesting dissatisfaction with the status quo and isolating oneself from others.
About the image: The 4 of Cups from the Universal Waite tarot deck. A person is seated under a tree on the top of a small hill. Sitting cross-legged on the grass, they cross their arms and bow their head, leaning their back against the tree trunk. The sky is a clear blue. Three upright Cups sit in front of the figure; a fourth Cup is offered to them by a hand emerging from a small cloud. The figure’s body language suggests disconnection to the external world, and inward contemplation.
Each Tarot card offers us a Gift, Invitation, and Challenge. Before you read on, decide if you want to know which one the 4 of Cups has for you today. Please let us know in the comments what your choice was and how the answer applies to you.
The Gift of this card is the ability to know when something is not suitable for you and to decline the offering, even when other offers may be thin on the ground. You can trust your gut feeling in this matter.
The Invitation of this card is to look up and out and see what opportunities are being offered to you. They may not be precisely what you want but moving forward regardless will bring more rewards than doing nothing and waiting for the perfect something that may never arrive.
The Challenge of this card is the feeling of burning out emotionally and being unable to offer anything more to anyone at this time. You would be wise to engage in extreme self care for now.
(Hint: the Gift is the grace that is already given us to overcome the Challenge, so if you chose the Challenge, also see the Gift.)
#TarotCraft #FourOfCups #DailyTarotReading #AllisonJeanTarotCraft
When the 4 of Cups is drawn in a love reading as the emotional state of your desired suitor, it indictes they want space and they aren't committed to a relationship with you. So give them space from here to the Moon while you move on and find someone who is emotionally available to you.