“Life” Tarot Card Reading

Our traditional Tarot decks contains 78 cards, 22 of which are referred to as the Major Arcana and depict the major changes on our path through life. The remaining 56 cards, known as the Minor Arcana, expand on these themes.

In a Tarot Card Reading, there are 78 cards and each card has 2 representations, upright and reversed, for a total of 156 possible cards.

Your simple and Free Tarot Card Reading is below. The deck was shuffled when you arrived here. Just flip each card one at a time. Random, “Upside Down” cards can appear at anytime. An “Upside Down” card gives an alternate reading. Your reading is interpreted differently depending on the order of the cards. After clicking to reveal the card, click again to see the description!

Click each Tarot Card to reveal it, then click again to see the description. Match to the Card Position Below. Enjoy!

Your Tarot Card Reading, by Each Tarot Card Position

  1. Right now how you feel about yourself.
  2. Your current desires.
  3. Fears
  4. Forces in your favor.
  5. Forces against you.
  6. Outcome.

The Ten of Cups represents happiness drawn from all of the many ideas you have had, and is a symbol of what your emotional life is when you are at your best. The feelings represented are all the good that is within the reach of each of us. When you see the Ten of Cups, know that an end to the hostility in your life is coming. If there is fighting around you, it will cease. If you are at war with yourself, you will find peace. The rainbow across the top of the Ten of Cups is an ancient symbol of peace and prosperity. Leprechauns hide their gold at the end of the rainbow, and it will be available to you in your future.

When the Ten of Cups Reversed appears, it is showing that all the positive energy you have is either blocked or it is being misdirected. When the pressure of the blocked energy is rising but doesn’t have an outlet, it may be released explosively. Make an extra effort to be positive so it doesn’t get to that point. Emotional conflicts can steal your Joy. If you can control your emotions and don’t let the negative energy get the best of you, these cups are full of gratitude, peace, and love, and they will bring reconciliations, lasting marriages, and sincere friendships.

The Knight of Swords symbolizes action-oriented ambitions and a strong drive to succeed. The Knight of Swords can suggest rushing and being under the pressure of time and deadlines. You may have taken on too much and find that you can approach none of your tasks at a normal speed. Everything seems very serious right now or maybe it is how you perceive it to be. You might be obsessing unnecessarily, thinking intensely or overly concerned about a certain issue. This Card can be a positive sign that love is heading your way and that you should be on the lookout for it to appear in your life.

The Reversed Knight of Swords gives little time or thought into preparing a battle strategy or plan of action. There is never any question as to whether the battle is justified or not, it just has to be fought. He rushes in all guns blazing, like a child playing cowboys and Indians, but quickly loses control of the situation. The Reversed Knight of Swords often suggests being out of your depth or in unfamiliar territory. This is not related to the past or the future but that you are caught up in a situation or event right now. In a relationship, you may be counting your lucky stars that you didn’t get involved.

The Four of Swords suggests relaxation and rejuvenation through meditation and rest. As we silently watch over the worn out Knight of this card, we notice that he has his hands joined in prayer. When the Four of Swords appears, rest for you is not simply sitting down for a cup of tea. The rest implied may be for a certain period of time and may not be rushed. The Four of Swords can suggest that you need to heal from a broken relationship or friendship. Take some time to pause and reflect about your current circumstances. Analyze and reevaluate your priorities. Rest will give you clear thinking to make those important decisions.

The Four of Swords Reversed can represent a need to get out of this antisocial tomb you have created for yourself. When the world is beating you down, there is comfort in the silence of isolation, but that time is over. This card is a sign that it is now time to re-enter life. You will be the first person to agree that the break, even though it may have been hard at times, was exactly what you needed. You now have renewed strength, and a deeper understanding of life. Where relationships and friendships are concerned, the Four of Swords Reversed often brings release from feelings that felt like a prison. This release could be in the form of a better connection.

The Knight of Cups suggests that you use your charm and grace to move ahead in life. The card shows that this Knight is in proper touch with his emotions and his intuition, and that he uses them for his own well-being during his many romance and seduction quests. It could represent you, or someone close to you. The Knight of Cups Tarot card often shows up when someone takes you on a romantic getaway. If single, the Knight of Cups represents a love interest. In a relationship, the Knight of Cups can mean that a relationship is moving forward in a very positive way.

Reversed, the Knight of Cups means that you allow your emotions to control your life a lot more than you should. The Knight of Cups, when Reversed, indicates a person who is thinking of walking away from a relationship or a creative venture. Your emotional state might be far from romantic, instead, it is more likely to be cynical. You attract people like a moth to a flame, but you have deep-rooted intimacy issues, and will not let anyone close. Sometimes, you may be too soft and allow your emotions to rule when you need to be very much in control, consulting your head first and your heart second.

The Seven of Cups is a sign that you need to come out of the fantasy world and have faith that your creativity can help bring you new opportunities. It represents wishful thinking and projecting into the future about what you would like to create, rather than taking action here in the present to make it happen. It usually appears when we are in the presence of dreamers who may be having problems realizing their dreams. It is time to take responsibility and decide the best way to follow your dreams and the risks you are willing to take. For singles, love will come knocking at your door, be ready!

The Reversed Seven of Cups appears when you are overwhelmed by choice and cannot move forward. When this card comes up in your reading you need to be highly mindful of the choices that you are making. When it comes up in the Reversed position, there will be excess worry or feelings of insecurity. Know that there are options present that you aren’t seeing. You may have to be creative in your solutions to find them. Start by having high hopes for the future. Now get out there and make the future that you want happen. Stop spending so much time sitting on the couch and waiting for signs.

The Five of Pentacles indicates distress caused by financial losses and poverty. The two Figures in the Five of Pentacles look homeless and destitute. They wander the streets at night, lost in their misery and suffering. The money and possessions the Pentacles type thrive on have gone and they are left with nothing. Your circumstances appear to have taken a turn for the worse. There is a possibility that you have lost substantially or taken a hard hit. The Five of Pentacles can highlight shallowness in a relationship. You will need to question what brought you together in the first place. The Five of Pentacles can be an indication that deep spiritual change is needed.

When the Five of Pentacles Reverses, the snow now at the top of the Card brings a brightness to your situation as the darkness begins to clear. You have got to be congratulated for many others would have given up and collapsed under the pressure. Things are good, but is going to take time to find your balance again and get into a position of strength. You are learning that money is like energy, so it needs to move around. Sometimes you have to spend money to make more. This Five can represent a release from a person or situation that has been dragging you down. It may have felt like a long time coming but at last you are free.

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