On a divinatory level, the Seven of Cups represents an emotionally charged situation where we’re overwhelmed with possibilities–faced not only with the challenge of choosing but also with acting realistically and responsibly in regards to our choice.
Unlike yesterday where the Moon was in Aries and our wildest dreams were possible, today and tomorrow we’ll discover that they weren’t and quite possibly, never will be.
For the Kabbalist, today’s energy is the equivalent of the seventh sephira, Netzach.
The world of Netzach is one of instincts and emotions – of images existing only in the mind of man – projected there by his most urgent desires.
The world of Netzach rightly belongs to the artist. It’s in Netzach that our minds conceive of images, which are best realized through art. This is because art is a purpose-built construction to contain – and to make sacred – the chaotic inner workings of our minds.
But we all aren’t artists. Thus on a Seven of Cups day , rather than making sacred our innermost yearnings, we’re more likely to behave like kids in the candy shop with our eyes much bigger than our stomachs.
The best advice for a Seven of Cups day is to hold steady. Take a good look at what it is you really want most and then think again.
The best choices are made when our hearts and heads are in balance – and this just isn’t one of those days.