Ace of Cups

THE ACE OF CUPS – Neptune / Jupiter – Sun – Fulfillment
With the Ace of Cups, Divine love and compassion are pouring through you.
Element: Water (the spring of soul)
Astrology: Signs of water

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Ace of Cups

The Ace of Cups shows the way deep into our soul, to detect beauty and trust. It stands for the sources of love, for growing feelings, the desire for a relationship or the readiness to have a friend.

It is the female counterpart of the Ace of Wands, representing the female element water as a sign for devotion and care.
The card also tells that the beauty and the ugly are two poles belonging together. Without shadow, there’s no light and mud is needed to make blossom.

This is a card which is connected to our most precious and heartfelt desires.  It indicates the things that we hold most dear, our deepest and most intimate feelings and needs.  Here we will discover our need to love and be loved, both in a romantic sense and at the level of the soul and spirit.

On a day ruled by the Ace of Cups, it’s important that we identify these deep inner needs, and acknowledge them as the powerful driving forces they are. By consciously identifying these urges, we make it easier to follow through, feeding our souls along the way.

An Ace of Cups day can be one where new influences and impulses come into our lives, changing our course and altering our overall direction. When one of these periods occurs, be sure that you make the best you possibly can of that chances that come your way.

Be alert for indications that new spiritual forces are at work, reshaping the way you see things.  This Ace is highly spiritual in nature, connecting with the psychic part of ourselves, and offering wisdom and teaching in many varying ways. Hold your consciousness of whatever you see as the High Force in life as clearly as you can, and let your spirit talk to you.

Lastly, the Ace of Cups can signify conception, pregnancy or birth. Look to the other cards in the reading for further confirmation, such as the Empress, Page of Cups or the Four of Wands. On a more metaphorical level, it may mean the birth of a new idea or a spark of inspiration, something in which you can invest a great deal of loving and creative energy.

Drive: The desire to melt in one another, sympathy, devotion, the beginning of a friendship or passion

Light: Emotional capacity, fertility, productiveness, Love, new relationships, compassion, creativity.

Shadow: Alteration, diffusion, irrational thinking, hysteria, loneliness

Reversed: The reversed Ace of Cups is a sign that you are in connection with your subconscious mind and attuned to your intuition. You are exploring this part of yourself privately right now, and discovering how you can bring more intuition and flow into your life.

Keywords: exuberant love, emotional purity, deep self-love, true devotion and acceptance

Advice: In touch or with all-embracing love. It fills you up, and you can pass it generously, generously.

Question: How do you express your love?

Suggestion: Explore your creativity.

Revelation: Comprehensive love fills me and my environment.


Affirmation: All encompassing love fills me and my environment.