The World card is one of the major arcana cards in a Tarot deck, and it is often considered one of the most positive and powerful cards in the deck. The meaning of The World can vary slightly depending on the Tarot reader’s interpretation and the context of the reading, but it generally carries several themes and messages.
The number 10 is a number symbolizing fulfillment and victory, while cups are connected to the heart. This is the happily ever after type of tarot card. Joy, contentment, love, peace of mind, and an overall sense of purpose and well-being can be found here.
The Knight of Cups is the card of idealism, charm, charisma, romance, and diplomacy. The card shows a knight riding on a white horse. He holds out a cup as an emotional offering, perhaps as a truce. His message comes from his heart. He moves gracefully forward, neither charging nor holding back.
We all have emotions, but the expression of them somehow has become lost along the way. Often, we feel if an emotion has a “negative” vibe, we think it may be a burden to others if we shared them. Many of us also bury our emotions based on old belief systems that have been ingrained in us. As a result, unprocessed emotions can get stuffed away.
The King of Cups is a Tarot card that represents wisdom, calm, diplomacy, caring, and tolerance. The card shows the ability to restrain one’s emotions and be fully in charge of your feelings and impulses and therefore represents a balance between the intellect and emotions.