Du taurės tarot card Du taurės prasmė Du taurės atvirkštinė Reikšmė

Arkanas: Žemas arkanas
Elementas: Water, female, passive energy - emotions

Du taurės apibūdinimas

This card shows an image of a man and a woman that are exchanging their cups in a ceremony. There is the symbol of Hermes caduceus in between which is often related to negotiation, trade, cosmic energy, protection, proper conduct, and duality. The Two of Cups refers to something quite positive, for it is one of the most auspicious cards in the tarot for relationships, whether romantic, business or otherwise. It suggests a new partnership is in the works, and it will be created with balance, respect, and honor. Above the caduceus is a chimera, which symbolizes fire and passion also governs this partnership.

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Du taurės prasmė

To see the Two of Cups is an indication of a partnership that is built on the union of forces, a strong connection and a balanced and equal partnership. The exchange of cups suggest that each party's emotions are intertwined with the other's, and each participant's feelings have profound affects on the other. A strong pair is indicated here, the joy of two becoming one.
A strong pair is indicated here, the joy of two becoming one.
When it comes to work, you may notice that the people around you will start to appreciate you more. There is a mutual respect here, meaning you will also be more comfortable in your workplace. If you are looking for new job opportunities, this card may be a good sign. In terms of love, the card represents commitment, a balanced relationship, and love. But this does not simply mean that you will no longer need to nurture your love to make it last. The card only signifies that true love and affection is present.
In your finances, the Two of Cups is associated with fairness and balance. This means that you are currently financially capable and you have the right amount of money to deal with your obligations. In relation with your health, people who are currently facing some health issues need to look for a practitioner that they will be comfortable working with and whom they can trust. In spirituality, it is a call for you to be more endearing and loving towards the others. You are receiving positive energy from the universe, and you need to share that energy.

Du taurės kaip kažkas tave mato

Du taurės kaip tave kažkas mato

- as someone who is on the same page as them with a good bond and connection. Possibly even a soulmate;
- as him wanting to definitely pursue you as a potential partner he wants you NOW, he has no doubts about this at all;
- in a relationship with the person in question. Combined with the knight of wands, this person sees you as marriage material.

Du taurės atvirkštinė Reikšmė

Du taurės atvirkštinė Reikšmė

Apvertus taurę „Du taurės“ gali reikšti, kad kažkada buvusi pusiausvyra nutrūksta. Ši pusiausvyra buvo neatsiejama asmenų išlaikymo kartu dalis, tačiau ją nutraukti reiškia atsiribojimą ir nesantaiką. Yra neigiama dviejų jėgų energija, ir vietoj to, kad jos prisijungtų ar pritrauktų, jos tarsi atstumia vienas kitą.
Galbūt pastebėsite, kad tam tikros smulkios detalės, dėl kurių anksčiau nebuvo problemų, pradeda rodyti, kad viena šalis gali pasipiktinti. Buvo nutraukta bendravimo linija, leidusi jums ir kitai šaliai atvirai kalbėti apie nesutarimus, tik pabloginantį pasipiktinimo ir disbalanso ciklą.

Būkite pirmas, kuris atsivers, ir jums gali būti, kad problemą bus daug lengviau ištaisyti, nei manėte. 

Du taurės datas

Jun 21 - Jul 1



Neseniai užmezgėte draugystę ar partnerystę, kuri jums ateityje atneš didžiulį atlygį. Šis ryšys bus reikšmingas ateinančiais metais.


Netrukus prasidės mylinti sąjunga ar artima partnerystė. Per atsidavimą ir atsidavimą šie santykiai atneš jums didžiulį atlygį, net jei jie yra tolimi.


Ieškokite partnerio, kuris palengvins jūsų tikslų įgyvendinimą. Tai turėtų būti kažkas panašaus į jus, kuris galėtų suprasti jūsų užmojus ir prioritetus.

Du taurės Taip arba ne

Taip / Ne

„Du taurės“ šaukia apie meilę, teigiamus santykius ir bendrumą. Tai rodo gyvenimą, kupiną artimų ryšių, gerų draugysčių ir abipusės meilės bei pagarbos jame. Ši korta apima visus laimingus, teigiamus, meilės jausmus. Atsakymas, kurį ji jums pateikia, yra teigiamas.
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