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If you are absorbed in yourself, you tend to refer everything to yourself, to your own interests and desires. On this card, we see a woman who does not know the cup offered to her. He misses this gift because it turned inward. In Tarot readings, the Four of Cups may indicate that you are wrapped for the moment in your own world.
In some situations, you need to focus on yourself. When life is too stressful, you must devote time and energy to yourself or you will feel overwhelmed. The Four of Cups can represent a positive period of self-reflection and renewal. By taking the time to sober, reflect, you restore your emotional balance.
The Four of Cups is sometimes a sign of apathy. You really don't care much about anything. Your life seems obsolete and flat because you have lost interest in activities that used to bring you pleasure. You are not motivated to make a lot of effort in any direction.
In those moments, the Four of Cups can show that you are emotionally trapped. You need something to focus on, that attracts your mind and heart so that your way downstream becomes clear again. Open up to your environment. Soon you will be on your way again.
Sometimes this card brings the message, not now, but perhaps later. Although the man in the Four of Cups does not accept the cups offered to him, he does not reject them altogether. You may be waiting for a sign or more information before accepting an invitation or a new project. Check emotionally and spiritually before you say yes, to make sure that the opportunity is a good choice and that you can compromise in the long term. The Four of Cups can appear when you are bored or dissatisfied with your everyday life. You can feel disconnected, apthetic or unmotivated, maybe life has become boring. The Four of Cups invites you to take your attention inward and reassess your situation to find deeper meaning in what you do.