Confusion · Dreams and Ambitions · Speculations · Decisions · Temptation
The Seven of Cups is the election card.
It often indicates confusion and can even mean disorganization and the fact that too much is happening.
Seven of Cups – tarot card meaning
In general, this card indicates the need to narrow the field of operation. When it appears, it means you’re probably trying to do too much, and most of it is not very good. Choose only a few of the innumerable things that are in front of you and work on them successively, with caution. You can feel overwhelmed. Remember that you can have control at least in some areas you want to master.
You can have a few romantic choices at hand. Be clear and specific in what you want in a relationship, judge your decisions with caution, be honest and as clear as you can be with all interested people (including yourself) and then move them forward. Watch out, fall in love and be aware that the infatuation only appears at the beginning of the relationship, in no relationship does such a state last forever. Good relationships, and even a soulmate’s relationship, at some point become less stable. It does not mean, however, that you have to stay in a routine.
This is not a good time for financial investments. If you must, first consult a specialist or do the analysis yourself. You can be distracted in business matters (which is especially important if you run your own business). To get the maximum return, focus your efforts.
You will receive a surprising reward for your usual mental and creative activities.
An inability to make a decision will slow down your progress. Openness to change will help, but also a constant effort to determine what is true will make you move forward. Be honest with yourself.
YES or NO Tarot Reading – Seven of Cups
The Seven of Cups symbolizes misleading decisions, pious wishes and temptations because of a lack of morality.
This card is associated with delusional ambitions and bad choices.
It also brings a certain sense of pessimism and negativity.
The answer is NO.