To understand the Two of Cups, all you have to do is look at its image. A man and a woman look at each other, ready to share their glasses (emotions). Here is the very image of romantic and sexual attraction. The energy between these two is almost palpable. The Two of Cups shows the beauty and power that is created when two come together. This is the card that lovers want to see and, in fact, the Two Cup is the lesser arcane equivalent of Lovers in many ways.
The Two of Cups also has a deeper meaning. Each time two strength s are joined, there is the potential for joining. This card can represent the union of two entities: people, groups, ideas or talents. In readings, the Two of Cups tells you to look for connections in your life, especially those that are one by one. Now is not the time to split up or stay apart. It's time to join with another and work as an association. If you are in conflict, seek truce and opportunity to forgive and be forgiven. If you are struggling with two options or trends within you, try to reconcile them.
Usually the Two of Cups is welcome in a reading, but it may also sound like a warning. The energy of two can be very convincing. If you've ever been with two people in love, you know what I'm talking about. They create among themselves a world of their own that can feel exclusive to the stray. “The company of two; three is a crowd.” Make sure that the tendency to pair is not creating a lack of harmony in your situation.
The Two of Cups represents a new relationship or a new stage (beginning) within a relationship. This card expresses the mutual exchange of feelings and emotions. We want to share our experiences and we must be open to new friendships or relationships. How close are your relationships?
In some cases, the may refer to marriage, proposals and commitments, especially in what this card represents what appears to be a wedding. It is a reflection of the commitment between two people, who say that they will go through life together, always considering and in tune with each other's needs and desires.
Prisoner in a relationship, he cannot receive from others, he does not want to relate.
New friends, love, contact, harmony, renewal, affinity.