One World Tarot Deck-A Four in this suit refers to a restless time, where a person may have become dissatisfied with life, and emotionally uncomfortable. Feeling stagnated, longing for change, the heart ponders its options ... as it should.  The Four of Cups in this position wants you to take a clear look at how stalled or distracted you have become. You may have been bogged down by negativity, hopelessness or a sense of limitation.

One World Tarot Deck-A Four in this suit refers to a restless time, where a person may have become dissatisfied with life, and emotionally uncomfortable. Feeling stagnated, longing for change, the heart ponders its options ... as it should. The Four of Cups in this position wants you to take a clear look at how stalled or distracted you have become. You may have been bogged down by negativity, hopelessness or a sense of limitation.

Tarot Card by Card | Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady | The Two of Pentacles is discussed in this week's installment. #Tarot #tarottips

Tarot Card by Card - Two of Pentacles

Tarot Card by Card | Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady | The Two of Pentacles is discussed in this week's installment. #Tarot #tarottips

The Queen of Cups by Eden Cooke A card that represents intuition, compassion, water, the depths of ourselves and a call to turn inwards. A good reminder to remain true to yourself and not be lost in the wishes of others. Also - selkies!

The Queen of Cups by Eden Cooke A card that represents intuition, compassion, water, the depths of ourselves and a call to turn inwards. A good reminder to remain true to yourself and not be lost in the wishes of others. Also - selkies!

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