What tarot cards would you expect to see in a tarot reading when love is just around the corner? Whether it’s with your life partner, your husband or wife, your boyfriend or your girlfriend, a new love or just a friend, let’s face it – we can’t get tired of love! Unsurprisingly, questions about love are among the most common in any Tarot reading.
In this article you will find the 10 Tarot Cards for Love, Romance and Relationships.
Lovers! Do I have to say more? Lovers is the ultimate tarot card for love and represents a unique bond and a deep connection between two people. His presence in a reading reflects a very authentic relationship that is built on trust and mutual respect.
The two Cup indicate a strong bond between two people and often reflect the commitment made to each other in a romantic relationship.
The Cup Ten is typical of a happy family in a warm and loving home. It reflects the presence of deep family values and a sense of completion, finding the perfect partner and raising perfect children.
The Four of Sticks is a celebratory card that represents a safe and secure family environment. This often reflects a marriage, an engagement or another event in which a relationship becomes more serious.
Ten of Pentacles
The ten of the pentacles reflect a well-established relationship (usually a marriage or common-de-fact relationship) and a strong family life. .
The Cup Ace heralds a new relationship filled with excitement, joy and happiness. This is the kind of happiness you experienced once in love adolescence, with butterflies in the stomach and the desire to spend every waking minute with your new love.
The Cutting Knight is your ‘knight in shining armor’ and appears in a reading when you are being courted or in love with someone special. He or she is attractive, creative and connected with his or her feelings.
The Empress is a beautiful, abundant, fertile and expressive woman. It represents sensuality in a relationship and indicates a deeply satisfying bond between you and your partner.
The emperor reflects a very robust male figure and may suggest the presence of a long-term partner.
The Hierophant represents tradition, structure and religion. This card can therefore indicate a long-term and engaged relationship or marriage that is very traditional.