Upright: curiosity, dreaming, sensitivity, surprise
Reversed: immaturity, emotional instability, doubting intuition
A person stands with one hand on their hip and holds a golden chalice in the other hand. A fish pokes out of the chalice and the person looks at it with amusement. The person wears a pink blouse and pants, yellow boots, a blue tunic printed with pink flowers, a blue hat, and a long, flowy blue scarf draped over the hat. Behind them, gentle waves roll through the sea and the sky is gray.
Pages: inner child, enthusiasm, learning, potential, good news
The Page of Cups represents a person who tends to act from the heart rather than the head. They are in touch with their emotions and not afraid to try something new, even if they won’t be perfect at it. They encourage you to keep an open mind, focusing on what’s ideal rather than what’s possible. Pay attention to your dreams, as you may find some unexpected inspiration.
The Page of Cups in reverse shows up to warn of unrealistic expectations, or pursuing a dream without forming a practical plan. Without a plan, challenges may arise that make you doubt your abilities, even though all you need is a bit of foresight. The Page of Cups in reverse can also represent a creative block, often as a result of self-consciousness. Instead of worrying whether you’re good enough, embrace your inner child and engage in some carefree expression: create art, do some writing, or pursue another creative endeavor. You don’t have to show anyone the results, but you may find yourself unblocked.