Daily horoscope

Four of Cups

Boredom · Disappointment · Dissatisfaction · Re-assessment · Weariness

The Four Cups is a card of wishful thinking.

He warns us to remember to pay attention to what is “now” and to many of the blessings we are experiencing, without worrying too much about “what could have been”.

It is too easy to overlook what we already have in pursuing what we do not have.

Four of Cups – tarot card meaning

Make sure you notice your blessings. Do not spend too much time on self-pity and do not regret your life. Much in life is related to what we focus on, so focus on things and people in your life for which you must be grateful. Consider keeping a “gratitude journal”.


Look at yourself and think about whether you are a realist with regard to love. Are you ready to focus on someone who does not give you a lot or is unavailable?


Focus on your strengths and what you have and what you can do, not what you do not have and what you cannot do. If you’re not where you want to be financially, set specific goals and plans for where “the place” is, then be aware of the steps you need to take to get there. Check your financial situation and specify it precisely because it can only help.


Do not be afraid to move forward. Instead of fear, try to be happy. Look for new paths to grow on new levels.


Long delays await you before you reach your goals. Do not lose faith and do not look too far forward. Follow your plans and do not lose sight of the exciting rewards you desire.

YES or NO Tarot Reading – Four of Cups

The Four of Cups is an indifferent card showing the feeling of apathy, boredom and even disappointment.

It may mean that you must re-evaluate in a certain area of ​​your life or possibly just settle in the place where you are, also thanks to the opportunities that have been overlooked.

At the moment, there is no clear answer.

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