The Page of Cups is all about being open, curious, and willing to find the fun in whatever comes your way.
To give you a bit of context whilst you reflect on your own relationship to the card, here are a few key things to know about the Page of Cups:
In the card, a young figure stands at the edge of a calm body of water, holding a cup adorned with a fish. The fish symbolizes creativity, intuition, and emotions, which the Page holds dear. The presence of water represents the fluidity of emotions and the realm of the subconscious, indicating that this card encourages a journey into your feelings and imagination.
The Page of Cups promotes curiosity by inviting you to be open to new experiences and ideas - after all, the Page probably wasn't expecting to catch a fish in their chalice. This card urges you to approach situations with an inquisitive mind, free from preconceived notions and judgments. It encourages exploration, and invites you observe whatever emotions, dreams, and desires come up for you without fear of judgment or disappointment. By fostering a sense of wonder, this card inspires a deep connection to the world, so that you can find joy and inspiration in even the smallest of things.
Ultimately, the Page of Cups serves as a reminder to find balance in life by honoring playfulness, curiosuity, and acceptance. It emphasizes that embracing your inner child is not a sign of weakness, but a means of nurturing creativity, intuition, and emotional growth. By embodying these qualities, you can approach challenges with a fresh perspective and be better equipped to navigate the ups and downs of life with a sense of joy and wonder.
In your tarot journal, you’re asked to reflect on what this card means to you, now, in this moment, and what actions and thoughts it inspires in you. As you journal, pay attention to what you’re personally picking up in the card, but also consider what the key themes in the card might be telling you. What can you be open to and curious about now? Where do you need more play in your life righ now?
This mini tarot lesson was brought to you by me, Chelsey Pippin Mizzi, founder of Pip Cards Tarot.