Choose Your Tarot Card
Here is your interactive tarot reading for today. Look at the image above and relax, focus on the first card that draws you in and that card will connect with your personal energy.
Once you have picked your card, you can scroll down to see it revealed then read the information for today that carries your journey with it.
Tarot Card Draw #1: Ten of Cups, reversed
The most basic, bottom line meaning of the Ten of Cups coming up reversed in a daily tarot draw is trouble within a family. This card indicates that the love, contentment and harmony once present within your family has been replaced with conflict, arguments, strain and an overall feeling of discontentment. It speaks of a breakdown of communication within a family, general or specific problems with select relatives, a sense of being neglected or left out in the cold to fend for yourself or even abuse of any kind such as mental, emotional or physical. The Ten of Cups reversed can generally refer to an unhappy home life, broken home or dysfunctional family situation. It can be indicative that familial connections or bonds are not quite as good as they may appear on the surface. Looks can be deceiving as can some relatives. This card often speaks of family secrets, problems, less than harmonious conditions in the family. Someone may be trying to keep up appearances. The reversed Ten of Cups may also turn up speaking of a feeling of being homesick or a feeling of isolation and not getting proper or sufficient support from those closest to you. This card may also be speaking of a foster family, blended family or some other nontraditional familial situation as well as issues of infertility or a miscarriage or stillbirth.
Tarot Card Draw #2: Nine of Wands, reversed
The Nine of Wands reversed in your tarot draw indicates someone who is stubborn, or just refuses to be proven wrong or make personal sacrifices. This person is sometimes very difficult to be around, but can also simply be someone who basically won’t take no for an answer and might even force generosity on someone even if they are resistant. This person is likely mentally exhausted from chronic persistence, and sometimes just does not have much strength to keep pushing. If the Nine of Wands reversed represents you, it might be presenting itself in your tarot draw as a warning to take a break, focus some on yourself, and to relax a little bit. Allow others to do things for you, be more open to suggestion, and to try to be a little more open minded. If you are seeking guidance for your love life and are in a relationship, you or your partner might possess the above qualities and they could be causing problems in your relationship. If it is you who is stubborn and/or becoming exhausted, you need to allow your partner to express themselves a little more openly, and start to bend to their needs a little bit more before anything negative happens in your relationship. If your partner is stubborn and difficult to be around, the Nine of Wands reversed might be presenting itself in your tarot draw to warn you to take a step back and create some distance between you and your partner. It could be a warning that their personality is becoming increasingly worse, or that you could be becoming less tolerant, or some combination of both of these. You could be experiencing increasing difficulties in your relationship, and need to either distance yourself or break off the relationship completely before one or both of you is hurt. If you are seeking a relationship, this card could indicate that you have been guarded for quite some time, which has made it difficult for a partner to break through. It is time to break down your barriers so that a viable partner can enter your life. If you are seeking career guidance, the Nine of Wands reversed likely indicates some kind of frustration with your career, or a particular project you have been working on that seems to be making no progress. You should take some time to reevaluate your purpose and refocus on the aspects of your career that are most important.
Tarot Card Draw #3: Six of Cups
When the Six of Cups turns up in your daily tarot draw or a general tarot reading, it often is indicative of things from your past such as past loves, past friends, past jobs, anything from the past. This card could indicate reminiscing, reflecting on childhood memories, nostalgia or focusing on the past in general. While looking back in reflection occasionally is not a bad thing, some people tend to get up caught up in their memories and develop a somewhat warped view of their own past or reality. If this is you, the Six of Cups may pop up to snap you back into reality. When this card appears in your daily tarot draw you may be being influenced by past events, reminiscing about the past or thinking about someone from your past. The Six of Cups can also represent matters pertaining to children, young people and youthfulness and can represent having children or taking care of or working with them. It can signify simplicity, playfulness, innocence, goodwill and sharing. It can also represent protection and family. If you have been going through a tough time, the Six of Cups may be telling you to take the support available to you from family and close friends. When the Six of Cups appears in a daily draw, it can also indicate that you are being childish or immature.
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Having attained Master Level at Mediumship, Tarot, Energy Work and general Psychic Readings, Tamara (Tami) has a great many years’ experience as a Spiritual Counselor, Psychic, Tarot Reader and Medium also. She is highly skilled at Numerology, Auras, Past Lives and Chakras and can help you determine your own psychic abilities; she is remarkably adept at simple questions as well as those most in-depth. As an award-winning writer with more than 45 years’ experience, Tamara (Tami) has provided original works to 7thsense on various subjects and writes the Daily Tarot Draw.