The Devil Upright Tarot: What Does It Mean?

The Devil upright tarot card represents the excess in one part of our lives. We may be too addicted to one thing that should be restricted.

Case in point: When we look at society as a whole, they are addicted to their smartphones and social media. Through restriction, we can find more harmony with each other.

Devil Tarot Card Upright Meaning

The world certainly is going through some interesting times. We are certainly different than we were 10 years ago. Unfortunately, the world isn’t really going in the right direction.

Devil Tarot Card Upright Meaning

Perhaps the Devil really has a hold on our evolutionary growth. Society should be standing up to him…but they aren’t! Many of them might be too far gone.

While many of us aren’t using drugs or alcohol, we’re still addicted to other vices. In fact, we’re addicted to information like never before. This is perhaps too much for our developing minds to really take in.

Card meaning

The Devil Upright is a ‘Yes’ Tarot card. We see here Baphomet depicted who is apart of the occult and is known today as being evil, though he has a more balanced representation in times gone by.

Card meaning The Devil Upright

Chained to the podium is the naked man and woman who have found themselves in this situation against their will. Then again – are those chains really on that tight? Not really.

They have horns which mean that they are becoming just like The Devil. They have been in his posession for far too long, and this is further exemplified with their tails. Their under his control, but seemingly unaware that they can escape at anytime.

We they have to ask ourselves: Can’t we just escape his grip? Inheritly we can…if only we knew how!

The inverted pentagram represents the darkness of magic. Certainly this card is one of negative outcome and leads down a dangerous path. For many psychic readers and fortune tellers, they’ll often leave this card out of their stack and shuffling.

The two individuals pictured have become addicted to the charm of the devil. They are attached and seemingly unaware of what is truly happening. Soon they will be fully converted and under his spell for life.

Your entrapment

This tarot card is helping you to highly what is entrapping you. What are you currently addicted to which is impairing your function through life? Have you become dependant on someone or a certain tool (such as Netflix) to help you get through each and every day.

You’ll want to avoid selling yourself to the devil. It’s not too late to become consciously aware of what is happening to you and the world around us. The devil is taking the opportunity to posess as many people as he can.

He does this quite easily with many people volunteering to hand themselves over. Look at the negativity on news sites and the constant fighting on social media. Have you read negative YouTube comments? It’s reckless!

This process of healing for you won’t be easy. Getting sucked in through his charm was the easy part, and now you’ll have to backpedal. This is going to take enormous willpower and focus, as well as desire. Admitting that you’re stuck is the first step towards resolving this problem.

Just remember that this negative spiral hasn’t been serving you, or else, why are you here reading this tarot card reading? There is clearly a problem and it’s time for you to rise and defeat his temporary possession of your soul!

Going forward

Many people in the new age movement talk about creating a safe space and certainly this is a wise idea. One where creativity and joy sparkle and where you can avoid conflict and addiction.

To start, you may have to develop a safe space at home to start moving away from his grip. This personal boundary will be conducive to your growth and he’ll relentlessly be attempting to break it down. Stick to your freedom plan and there’s just to much at stake to allow him back into your life.

For now, the devil has a firm grip on you…but it’s time to fight his grip and let him go!

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA.  Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.  Further reproduction prohibited.  The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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The Sun Reversed Tarot: What Does It Mean?

The Sun reversed tarot represents relentless optimism in the world and success which is our fundamental birthright. We have before us the new dawn rising!

If you have been feeling estatic lately then this is the tarot card for you.

The Sun Reversed

Vibrance and joy are what we all strive to live in. It’s where you ultimately thrive and where the greatest love and pursuits sprout from. Essentially, it’s a celebration of life and the ultimate meaning of happiness.

The Sun Reversed meaning

Unfortunately, much of the world doesn’t get to experience such richness of energy. They’re depleted. You may be depleted too, but this is only temporary. There is always sun at the end of the biggest storm.

It’s time to brighten up. To see the world for what it truly offers. To remove the masks and turn off the negativity found in the mainstream media. We are ultimately love and light.

Card meaning

The Sun reversed is definitely a Yes card. It doesn’t matter if it’s upright or reversed. We’ve used the Rider-Waite series for our tarot readings though you may choose any that you desire.

The Sun Reversed psychic reading

We see the baby riding on the horse. This represents confidence within new beginnings of light and love. The sun is also rising representing a new dawn.

The baby has that look of wanderlust and unlimited possibilities. It isn’t held back by limiting beliefs yet and given its independence, it will carry forth in life with great joy and love.

Why is the horse there? It means trust and assistance. We can’t go through this journey alone, with the red veil representing protection. By using the horse, we can cover many great distances.

It’s impossible to undertake such an ardous journey alone. The sun gives us warmth and the horse gives us assistance and courage. We ultimately decide where we want to go with the tools we have.

Indeed a psychic reading of The Sun is the best tarot card in any deck. It signifies that there is a wonderful and joyous world out there that we all experienced as children. It’s time to return to sign a place, even for just a moment.

Our blessings

Life is a blessing. The very reason that we’re alive is one to appreciate. We could have been any animal but we’re human. We also could have been born at any time, but we’re alive right now.

The world needs us in this moment. We’re being called upon to do great work. By harnessing the healing energy of the sun we’re able to see the true potential of our soul manifesting into a marvelous physical existence.

This is our truth. Every day we have a fresh start and a chance to improve upon yesterday. Even it’s just 1% more – it’s within us to do more. To be more. To achieve more.

Don’t subscribe to the negative stigma that surrounds society. They want to hold you back from your true potential. For them, life is of restriction and scarcity.

You are blesed to be here. When the night arrives, this is only temporary. Soon it will be light again and a chance to feel this divine healing light while returning to our child-like state. One that is of bliss, wonder, joy and love.

Warming up

You’ve had your fair share of challenges by now. Things have set you back and made you question your very existence. You wondered if you would ever achieve the dreams you had set forth.

Light is love and the sun is ultra optimistic. It brings us joy and healing energy like nothing else. Enthusiasm, creativity and ambition all start with a new dawn which is rising.

It’s time to illuminate and warm up. You are exactly on the right pathway. Chin up and keep going!

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The Five of Swords Upright: What Does It Mean?

The Five of Swords Upright tarot card represents routine conflict and misunderstandings between two individuals. We may compete to be the more dominant of the two, or succumb to the submissive.

The Five of Swords Upright Meaning

In life, we routinely will come across people who get under our skin. These people might actually be our spouse who challenges us through disagreements. We want to be right, and they want to be right.

The Five of Swords Upright Meaning

Ultimately, someone has to admit defeat yet no one else. This is why conflict resolution is becoming increasingly popular as a topic. People seek to resolve their conflicts peacefully.

A peaceful world is a happy world, yet we will need to sort through our differences to eventually find a resolution. This won’t be an easy process but each party can certainly learn from this experience.

Card Reading

The Five of Swords Upright is a ‘No’ Tarot card. Our reading has been used with the Rider Waite series.

The Five of Swords Upright Tarot Card Reading Rider Waite
The Five of Swords Upright Tarot Card by Rider Waite.

We see the man who holds 3 swords which have been picked up from the ground. He stares over at the two men who have chosen to walk away from the situation that was perhaps hostile.

They have clearly lost this battle and walk with their heads down. They each had 1 sword which they have left behind in their loss. The man remaining seems content in his victory yet hasn’t realized the repucussions of his actions.

We see a cloudy sky. This indicates that, while the fighting is over, the conflict will still continue. A resolution is still some time away, and won’t be ready until the man can avoid the need to be the victor.

Picking the right battles

You might be the defeated one or the one that feels victorious. Unfortunately, there is no real winner here. Such disagreements or conflicts cause angst and sadness among common parties.

If you share a bond or interest with someone, then you need to peacefully find a resolution. Resist the urge to move into heated arguments or create conflict. It isn’t necessary as it can jeopardise things for the long tierm.

Essentially, you have a choice. If you comprimise today and resolve conflicts, then you won’t need to comprimise relationships in the future. Essentially, you’ll be a better person for it.

In a love reading, The Five of Swords reminds us to find a common ground. Find a truce and resolve the conflicts that you share with another individual. Seek forgiveness instead of fighting and allow unconditional love to bloom once again.

You’ll also need to accept that you have been wrong, regardless if you have won or lost battles before. Leave the ego at the door and choose to make amendments so you can become more enlightened and share light and love towards others.

Essentially, you should pick the right battles. There are far bigger problems in the world today. These minor conflicts and scuffles are totally unnecessary for your growth and survival.

Going forward

It’s time to see eye-to-eye. Leave the weapons behind and simply bring your heart and soul to the table. This is the best way to resolve such conflicts between those who you love most dearly.

When we look at countries who had to resolve conflict, their battles showed no real winners. Everyone took a loss. Essentially – find a peaceful platform in which to find peace right now.

Some things have turned sour and it’s time to resolve the conflicts peacefully.

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA.  Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.  Further reproduction prohibited.  The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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The Suit Of Cups: What Do These Tarot Cards Mean?

Do you have a Suit of Cups with your deck of tarot cards? These refer to love, relationships, feelings and connection with emotional beings.

The Suit of Cups Meaning

We see these cards as managing our feminine side through the element of water. Such fluidity and being agile shows how life can be through the months, years and decades of our physical life experience.

The Suit of Cups Meaning Yocean Yogi

Such forces can be very forgiving or very powerful. Water can carry our soul or it can also throw us up against the rocks. We must harness such energy and redirect it to the greater good of our soul journey while finding our way forward.

This very much is the heart-driven card that you’ll find in any tarot deck. Women find healing, transformations, intuition and emotional intelligence when looking at any of these cards.

Each card has variations between upright and reversed. We’ll delve deeper below.

What do The Cups tarot cards mean?

If you’re conducting a psychic reading then the cups are representing that you’re a heart-thinker rather than a logical head thinking. This is a good thing! You’re more likely to respond with joy and spontaneity rather than simply an automatic response. Many who are heart-thinkers posess vast stores of imagination and creativity.

One challenge is that many souls here do experience emotional highs and lows. You might disengaged, full of energy, active or totally drained out as the weeks roll on by. In addition, you are likely to be living in the fantasy of the future while not being as grounded in the present.

Many people here have strong emotional connections and draw their inspiration from their heart centre. They create, draw, paint, imagine and build things that others just cannot articulate from such a rational and logical mind. Studying arts is a common pursuit here.

What does it mean when you have mostly cups?

When you have a tarot reading and it’s mostly Cups on the table, then this represents the need to solve issues around love, relationships, intuitiion and imagination. Some conflicts might be arising between yourself and those who want you to choose a more rational pathway which isn’t at your core.

We adore those who choose their path, not one crafted by society or that of an elder. It’s often our parents that want to mould us into their version of themselves which was left unfulfilled.

There is also a sense of judgement. “What will society think of them?” and indeed, you’re likely the type who has already transcended past this. You care little about society’s judgements and instead simply address your heart’s desires which lay before you.

The Suit of Cups Tarot Card Overview

UprightReversed
The Ace of Cups Upright
Inspiration and New Relationships
The Ace of Cups Reversed
Self Love and Appreciation
The King of Cups Upright
Strength and Compassion
The King of Cups Reversed
Organisation and Mastery
The Queen of Cups Upright
Intuition and Stability
The Queen of Cups Reversed
Self-Care and Refueling
The Knight of Cups Upright
Imagination and Romance
The Knight of Cups Reversed
Authencity and Truth
The Page of Cups Upright
Curiosity and Persistence
The Page of Cups Reversed
Creativity and Amazement
The Ten of Cups Upright
Harmony and Alignment
The Ten of Cups Reversed
Gratitude and Joy
The Nine of Cups Upright
Unsatisfied and Success
The Nine of Cups Reversed
Satisfaction and Gratitude
The Eight of Cups Upright
Abandonment and Quitting
The Eight of Cups Reversed
Grounding and Attunement
The Seven of Cups Upright
New Choices and Opportunities
The Seven of Cups Reversed
Choices and Opportunities
The Six of Cups Upright
Childhood Inquisivitiveness
The Six of Cups Reversed
Remembrance and Transformation
The Five of Cups Upright
Failure and Pessimism
The Five of Cups Reversed
Change and Perspective
The Four of Cups Upright
Contemplation and Harmony
The Four of Cups Reversed
Assistance and Openness
The Three of Cups Upright
Celebration and Joy
The Three of Cups Reversed
Charisma and Healing
The Two of Cups Upright
Divine Unification and Love
The Two of Cups Reversed
Trust and Understanding
The entire Tarot Suite of Cups

Ultimately, we are love and light. The intuitive healers and creatives encourage us to seek more internally. They inspire us through their thoughts, actions and divine change which they bring to this Earth.

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The Nine of Swords Upright: What Does It Mean?

The Nine of Swords Upright tarot card represents intense fear, worry and concerns which creep up in our lives. This developes further into anxiety and nightmares.

If you have been suffering a lot lately, then this tarot card is your answer. A chance to evaluate the reality of the current situation.

The Nine of Swords Upright Meaning

Life for many of us is a case of ups and downs. Sometimes it’s really deep downs where we struggle to comprehend how we got here, and what we should do. If you have hit the deepest of lows, then professional help and guidance is certainly recommended.

The Nine of Swords Upright meaning

This heavy weight takes its toil on the heart, mind, body and soul, and let’s not forget the physical challenges too. It can certainly be overbearing which causes us to lose sleep and even lose though we care about quite quickly.

Yet…there is light at the end of the tunnel. This tarot card can be interpreted differently and give two perspectives. One is of the enduring darkness and one is of the new dawn which is arising.

Card Reading

The Nine of Swords Upright is a ‘No’ Tarot card. Our tarot card meaning is based upon reading the Rider Waite decks.

Psychic reading of The Nine of Swords Upright

Here we see a woman who sits up in her bed. With her head in her hands, we know something is definitely wrong. She’s risen up quite quickly and is likely due to a bad dream she just had.

This leaves her with feelings of anxiety and sadness. Being scared, alone and disturbed isn’t a productive place to be. On the wall behind her lay the 9 swords which indicate the worrysome thoughts which encapsulate her mind.

She uses the quilt as protection, and in the material world, we see the rise of anxiety blankets. With her blanket, the roses represent the passing of a soul into the non-physical world, but it also gives her hope that changes will soon arise.

The carving we see at the base of her bed features a carving of one individual taking triumph over another. This conflict is likely to add to her existing anxiety surrounding the situation.

What does this mean for you? Your environment may not be conducive to your personal growth.

The heavy thoughts

Such thoughts lead to almost non-existent progress. They weigh you down and cause you to panic. You’ll be left worrying about situations which are often beyond your control.

These can become self-fulfilling. You think of negative thoughts and then more negative thoughts come into your life. It literally becomes an obsession that feeds on itself, much like the mainstream news.

You’re certainly harming yourself presently while preventing future growth. As we mentioned earlier, you really have two perspectives here. You can see the damage being caused and do nothing, or see the damage and take action today.

Obviously, the later would be the ideal option. It’s a chance for you to reach out today for professional assistance. You can’t do this alone. While tarot cards and healing arts are helpful, drawing upon those who have helped others like you in the past can be very beneficial.

This downward spiral needs to be halted. To break this cycle, it’s going to take commitment on your part and bringing yourself into a new environment. One that speaks of personal growth and enhancement. A great starting point is replacing your own bed and find others who share your prospects of personal growth.

Going forward

Not sleeping well absolutely affects out daily lives. We will struggle to get through our workload and not live up to our responsibilities. If we have young children in our lives, then this magnifies such pain.

It’s now time to find more harmony in your life. To start, break the cycle that’s causing such despair by finding the route cause. You may choose to use professional help or healing arts, or ideally, a combination of both.

What is keeping you up at night? This is the answer to your daily struggles.

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA.  Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.  Further reproduction prohibited.  The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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The Empress Upright: What Does It Mean?

The Empress upright represents unconditional love and the disappearance of worries and concern. It’s that motherly figure where we find reassurance and peace.

The Empress upright

When we feel safe and protected, we can ultimately grow. It’s that safe haven that we sometimes need to return to when things haven’t felt that easy. This divine love exists within each of us but often we need to see it externally.

The Empress upright meaning

This is why people “fall in love” with others. They are looking on the outside for someone to fill their hole. If they would only discover the true source of divine healing comes from within, they can ultimately feel nurtured in times of hardship.

As humans, we have an ingrained need to feel this healing energy and protection. As we’ve noted, it’s best when this is drawn from within. Self-love is indeed the most healing energy and strongest shield that you can ever experience.

Card meaning

The Empress Upright is a ‘Yes’ tarot card. We’ve used the Rider-Waite series to conduct our tarot readings though you may use any that you desire.

Psychic reading of The Empress upright

We see The Empress sitting in her garden of sher abundance. Her gaze comes with kindness and understanding. If you need comfort then you’ll find in her loving soul.

You want to believe that she will “make things right” and you can be nurtured. Indeed, she offers this to everyone, but she seeks to help individuals rise, including you. Why?

There is divine power within you to find the source of both your suffering and healing. By knowing how to heal ourselves through self-love, appreciation and respect, we can ease our burdens and nurture the soul. This remedy doesn’t cost us anything but yields returns for many years.

The Venus symbol represents that she protects herself and any that come into her land with love. There is no judgement here. No insecurity. No questions. Like mother nature, this is a healing retreat for those who need it now.

As a guide, she’s there to help you both return to your true essence and rise higher. To glow with self love and authenticity beyond your previous heights. She has nourished herself for many generations and now it’s your turn.

The gentle warmth

Becoming unburdened from our troubles, fears and anxiety is found in divine healing light. In this place, no fear or uncertainty can dare show itself. The dark and negative energies quickly perish.

You can manifest anything that you desire. Literally – anything. What you are trying to create is calling for you. Firstly though, you must find your way to The Empress in this upright tarot. She is here with open arms.

The warm healing energy unburdens you. It has this beautiful and gentle warmth that brings you to peace and harmony in the moment. If you go into nature, into the woods or rainfoest, then you too can experience such bloosoming.

In fact, we invite you! The Yocean Yogi team often finds their way into nature. This divine connection is healing and transformative for the soul. A place to nourish, grow and transform. Most importantly – a great way to avoid distractions if only for a few hours.

Going forward

It may seem weak to find healing energy in the warms of another or yourself, but going through life without this base layer doesn’t lead to growth. It leads to insecurity and fear.

Tarot card depiction

Many people in the dark ages and indeed today attempt to discourage the warmth and gentle loving energy of these characters. They scoff at the thought of angels which come into our existence.

Self-love is a strong shield. It protects you but also empowers you to be your best self. Ultimately, love is what you are so fill the tank whenever you need. The power resides within you.

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA.  Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.  Further reproduction prohibited.  The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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