Six of Cups
This tarot card takes us into a period of forgiveness and trust. In a reading, this means we have graduated to a phase where we can express ourselves without worrying about the reactions of others. We have become comfortable with sharing our talent with the rest of the world, and it is our belief that the results will be mutually beneficial. We have decided to not live in the past, so this could also be a time for reunions, bringing with them a hint of better times to come.
The biggest chunk of the Tarot deck, 56 of the 78 cards, comprise the Minor Arcana. 40 cards out of these fall exclusively under the Minor Arcana, while the other 16 also form a part of the Royal Arcana or Court Cards. If the Major Arcana can be said to convey the big picture, the Minor Arcana signifies the specifics in the life of a person. It is divided into four parts: The Suit of Swords signifies the realm of the mind and intellect, our decisions and insights. The Suit of Cups has to do with the things of the heart, things we love and care about. The Suit of Wands represents our power and life energy as applied to the situations and events we face in life. And lastly, the Suit of Pentacles represent our labours and the rewards we gain from them.