Seven of Cups

The Fool journeys to the Seven of Cups and now faces choices, decisions, and questions about choices and decisions! He seeks an emotional answer, solution, or direction to take to find emotional satisfaction. There may be more than one option, which adds to his confusion. He may find himself daydreaming or with his head in the clouds, but he must be cautious because any decision he makes may be irreversible! 

Decisions, decisions, decisions, and contemplation.

Here we find a need to make a choice, a decision, and it may find us confused, as it must be the right one! This can stem from something bubbling away within our minds or something presented to us, and we can find we get stuck in indecision, which can be maddening.

We can find a bit of fantasy and daydreaming going on, a touch of fantastical thinking as we get lost in options, alternatives, or simply what we would like best, right now or overall. Nothing is concrete here, just ideas, pie in the sky, and make sure that you're sensible before you rush in, as even real opportunities are only that until a choice is made.

If you’re faced with a choice and have ideas rattling about your mind and are confused, be smart, as once an option has been chosen, it may not be possible to undo the result easily if at all. Think about what it is that you really want right now.

This thing or that thing? To do or not do? Make a wise choice; get those feet on the ground.


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