Six Of Cups – Wild Unknown Tarot
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I. Image description on Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot
Deck Creator’s keywords: memories, childhood, kindness, nostalgia.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot is notably made up of two halves. In the upper half, an evergreen stands against a horizontally aligned backdrop. This half is black and white, and the horizontal lines represent stable energy. It would be easy to think that what is on the surface is the total amount of this tree if we don’t want to see the bottom half.
Beneath the surface, an interlaced root system grows out into the wilderness. Roots come in all colors of the rainbow. They are intricately intertwined, there would be no efficient way to separate them even if you try. The roots are very important to the tree above, although they are often not seen. Roots here are an apt metaphor for the complexity that lies beneath the surface of yourself and every human you encounter.
Just like with the tree, you cannot easily see the multitude of elements that underlie all creation. Each of us has a story, a tangled root system of memories, emotions, patterns, and dreams. Sometimes you are consciously aware of the role these roots play. Other times, they affect you in subtle ways on a subconscious level. Remember that there is more to the workplace than what you see that can help you meet yourself and everyone you meet in a decent way.
A card with good connotations, Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot focuses on the miracles and innocence of childhood. The roots of the past years glow with many colors and vibes, so look back at the past and get lost in the memories. Old friends may reunite or search for you. Every reunion brings extreme joy. Let’s enjoy the simplest satisfaction and be curious in all aspects of life.
II. The message of Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in a reading
While this is one of the favored cards in the Wild Unknown deck, the visuals here are quite different from many decks. Waite-Smith’s Tarot description suggests the two appear to be children. The older child gives a cup filled with flowers to the younger child. The presence of children on the card has made it sometimes associated with innocence, childhood, or nostalgia for the past.
The strongest association with this card in any deck is kindness: simple, spontaneous acts of goodwill that don’t ask for anything in return. Sometimes it is necessary to look beyond the differences and show the energy of altruism. It is true that human nature has many “dark” aspects, but Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot reminds you that humans also have the capacity to show tender loving care.
During a reading, this card may ask you to consider how you got to your location. It can show how important it is to reflect on who you are ‘under the surface’ – your personal past, as well as your ancestors and the collective unconscious – and acknowledge these influences on yourself ‘above the surface.’
This image in the Wild Unknown Tarot adds another layer of complexity to this interpretation. Even if we can only see people above the surface, we can remind ourselves to practice kindness, and that we all have a bunch of wild roots below the surface. Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot represents a memory, at this time something from the past can return. This could be happy childhood memories coming back or you will see an old loved one again after months of being apart. This is a good card when it comes to family and happiness in relationships.
III. Meaning of Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position represents happiness in childhood. You are remembering the past with many good memories. On the other hand, the card predicts you are about to return to a familiar place, which can be your old hometown or school. You seek to reconnect with old friends from the past. In addition, the Six of Cups foretells that you have been through a period of loss and pain and this is when you want to return home. The comfort and warmth of those who love you unconditionally give you the strength to overcome difficulties. This is also the period when opportunities that appeared in the past but were missed will return.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot is a good sign of contentment, memories from childhood will come back to make you happy to enjoy. Although the things in the past make you comfortable and want to experience them again, not all of them are good. There will be bad recollections coming back to haunt you. This card marks the period when you lose the things you cherish, this loss does not come from the things you have done but from the things you have not done. The card also predicts that neglect will leave you empty-handed.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot is a card of childhood, nostalgia, innocent happiness, and generosity. You want to go back to happy memories of your past, whether as a child, teenager, or adult. However, memories are inherently in the past and they reflect aspects of your life back then. You may feel that the only way to connect with this happiness is to get out of the past, where you can think about satisfied and beautiful moments, instead of dealing with present challenges.
It is important that you live in the present and accept it, not daydreaming about the past. Usually, there is nothing wrong with reflecting on good times in the past to regain confidence when the present is not as expected. In the midst of change and crisis, the Six of Cups shows that looking back on what you have endured is also a good way because you will still experience the same things and will overcome them as you did.
After a loss like Five of Cups, Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot shows that you need to take time to heal, look back on the past and all that was good before. During this stage, you do not need to focus on the negative sides. Instead, bring all the positive energies from the past into your present and future. Looking back now, the road ahead will be much brighter and better.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot can represent a return to a familiar environment or to a place marked by childhood memories. You can go back to your hometown, to your parents’ house, to schools of all levels, and even to kindergarten. You might go to a reunion and see a childhood acquaintance again, like your high school sweetheart. Allow yourself to have a positive view of your childhood memories and friends and family. If possible, spend time with people younger than you.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot can also speak to your inner self and shows your yearning to experience the joys of childhood. The childish soul is still alive within you and must be taken care of. People who have long-term problems like addiction and depression can transform their lives by getting in touch with their childish souls and finding new joy and energy in life. The inner soul still has the youth and adolescent aspects which include all the experiences and emotions that we have gone through. This can lead to the inner child reacting strongly to certain experiences, current situations, and emotions, based on what happened in the past. Feeling the different aspects of your core and knowing the emotions that come from them can change and enhance your choices in magical ways.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot can also be about the children in your life. It can signify pregnancy, childbirth, or adoption, depending on the other cards in the reading. Or, it could indicate that you want to spend more time with children to play, laugh, and learn with them. Children play an important role in your life right now, and they can be great mentors. Children are always good role models to learn from when this card is in its current position. They see the world as a perfect place and their hearts are always open to experiencing the pleasures of the world around them.
Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position almost radiates an aura of joy because it represents the past with all its memories, the present with all its gifts, and the future with all its magical chances. The Six of Cups, therefore, could signal a gift you were given or some other similar activities. You may be inspired to act kind or to do charity or to set a good example for others. You are more open to sharing what you have with goodwill and a kind heart.
In terms of love, if you are single, this is the right time to start a new relationship. If you have broken up, Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position warns you that you are still living in the past and you have not been able to forget your ex. The obsession with old love is too deep for you to start over. You are letting the memories of the past hold you back and let them get in the way of your happiness. You may have some trouble starting new relationships, but they will settle down quickly. Small quarrels will come but they are just the spice needed to form a sweet love adventure. Embrace the new experiences and new opportunities when you are ready.
In terms of work, unfortunately, Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position does not bring good signals. Your project or plan will be turned in a whole new direction. At the same time, risks may occur, which may be unemployment, company bankruptcy, staff reduction, change of working location, or job rotation. One thing that the Six of Cups is certain of is that these changes are not in a positive direction. You regret the past and really want to be able to return to the old position. The advice from the card is to accept your new role, you can completely find a new opportunity in these events.
In terms of money, subsidies will be cut or disappear altogether and the sources of income from investments will dwindle. This is the period when you will fall into a situation of deprivation, but the level is not too serious. Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position advises that you should save money for worse situations that will happen. A new spending plan will be needed during this period, you should set up new rules to control money closely. You can ask for the help of close friends or family to design a sound financial plan.
In terms of health, you are comfortable with life in the old environment, but if the environment changes, Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position predicts that you will have difficulty adapting. Maybe you will be allergic to the new living space and will find it difficult to make friends, don’t worry because this is not a serious problem. You need to overcome and experience difficulties in order to become stronger and more durable. The new changes may seem intimidating at first but turn out to be exciting and fun later on. Practicing in a difficult and disciplined environment will help you to forge a resilient spirit that never gives up before the storms of life.
IV. Meaning of Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the reversed position
If the upright card speaks of the positive, the reversed Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot predicts a state of immersion in the past. You cling to good memories and immerse in them, neglecting the present life. Although you feel comfortable and safe living surrounded by loved ones, you must learn to stand on your own. On the other hand, the reversed card refers to the not-so-good memories of the past turning into obsessions for the future, mistakes from the past can completely repeat again if not wise enough.
The advice is that you should live more realistically, not wallow in old memories that lose current friends and loved ones. Take time to relax and aim to achieve your dreams instead of daydreaming about them. Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the reversed position can show that you are clinging to the past. There may still be some issues from the past that you still have not resolved. It is important to reflect and decipher memories of the past, but don’t let them become a burden.
The beliefs and ideas that you have built up in the past can delay your progress. Use the past as a guide for the future, and focus on living in the present. Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot in the upright position is a card of nostalgia, childhood love, generosity, carefreeness, and also naive dreams about life. On the contrary, it suggests that you may have unrealistic ideas about a particular stage in your life, based on your dreams and ideas from a young age. For example, you always picture yourself getting married at 25, then when you turn 25, you have another goal in mind. Or you may be frustrated that you have reached a certain age but have not been able to fulfill a childhood dream.
The reversed Six of Cups Wild Unknown Tarot can indicate fertility problems or problems related to children. If you already have children, you are probably trying to raise them within a certain framework. At times, Six of Cups can indicate child abuse or sexual abuse in order to feel young. You are still trying to work through these problems and free yourself from the negative memories. Alternatively, you may be working with people who have problems with repressed memories from their childhood.