Emotional boredom, stuck in a rut, depression, need for new interests, short holiday, fear of love, emotional scars, fear of being alone, new challenges, training for a new career, new hobby.
The Four of Cups signifies feelings of apathy and indifference. It often refers to the need to turn inward.
The Four of Cups speaks of emotional reassessment and dissatisfaction. Things and people that pleased you before don't anymore and you're uncertain what to do about it.
Troubled by boredom, you're in need of a change - you just don't feel like doing it right now.
Think of small things you can do to shake things up - how about a small vacation - and be open to new interests and friends.
Just because you were disappointed in the past, doesn't mean that love has to hurt. What is life without risk?
The Four of Cups reversed often represents someone who cannot be alone.
Needing the reassurance of people around them, they create a frantic social schedule that allows no time for pleasure, only distraction.
Sometimes this card appears when you are needing change at this point in your career.
It could be that a project that once gave you much pride and pleasure leaves you feeling empty.