Seven gold cups
stand filled with illusionary figures and fantasies. They represent some of
the more commonly known daydreams such as rainbows and fireworks, precious
jewels, love affairs flavored with wild, uncensored sexual pleasures, vulgar
quantities of money and the belief that somewhere on the planet there still
exists an untouched paradise. It is important to have a good imagination as
long as you remember to come back and live in the present. An over-active
imagination, if left unchecked, cannot only lead to illusion and unrealistic
thinking but limited attainment. Traditionally this tarot card means, “to
lack the tenacity to transform dreams into reality”.
When you draw this
card you are being told to take a look at yourself and your present intent.
The structure that you are trying to build does not have a solid foundation.
You don't even trust your own process let alone your environment and
consequently this is blocking your development. Unconsciously you have
sabotaged yourself so that you will fail and this will ultimately force you
to look at the problem. What is it that you are not seeing? Your
higher self is leading you to self-realization and healing.