Great Cozmoz Card Meanings

To get the answers you seek, it’s helpful to have a basic understanding of the meaning of the cards. However, keep in mind, the card meanings are not absolute, because each of us has a unique set of life experiences that affect our perception. In other words, you will most likely interpret the cards differently than someone else.

When cards are laid upside down (reversed), they take on the opposite meaning of their upright meaning. Both the upright and reversed meanings are included below.


Card 1 – New Beginnings. This card represents the start of a new cycle. Springtime. Budding romance. New job. Baby. Puppy.

REVERSED: The end of a cycle that should have been over long ago. Procrastination. Hoarding. Clinging. Fear of letting go.



Card 2 – XOXO. Beware of the well-spoken person who tries to tell you how to live your life. You’re the one who has to live with the consequences. This card warns you about the friends who have fun with you, but won’t be there when you’re down on your luck. If your question was about a relationship, just know it is a shallow one. If it was about a taking a new job, the job description isn’t accurate. If you’re looking at a travel brochure, those photos are heavily retouched. Fake friends. Hypocrisy.

REVERSED: You might be surprised at who or what comes through for you. Surprising, favorable outcome. Worthless item turns out to be a treasure.


Card 3 – Law, Order & Knowledge. This card speaks of learning, trying to follow the rules, and fulfilling society’s expectations (or your own). Consider how others are ruling your life (make sure you haven’t compromised yourself too much). Buck the trend and follow your heart.

REVERSED: Someone isn’t playing by the rules. Unfairness. Corruption.  


Card 4 – Stability. The number 4 represents the corners of a house foundation, which if built well provides long-lasting stability. You have either laid or are in the process of laying the correct foundation for your pursuit, or its arrival will bring stability into your life.

REVERSED: You’ve built your house on sand. Your foundation is unstable, unreliable and unpredictable. Take care of the root of the problem before moving forward. Consider how you can remedy the situation in a way that promotes stability. 


Card 5 – Temptation. Just like the apple that tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, something delicious beckons you – something too good to resist. Not every temptation is wrong, but many are, so consider the outcome before acting. Do what is right. Don’t let your ego/fear lead you astray. Don’t rush things.

REVERSED: You’re not following your heart. You’re thinking with your logical mind and ignoring all the pleasures of life. Live a little. Let go and have some fun. Be careful of being too suppressed, prudish or indoctrinated.


Card 6 – Bluebird of Happiness. Some might call you crazy, but you know that following your heart’s desires without caring about what others think is the best path to happiness. This card asks you to stay true to yourself, and disregard other people’s doubts and fears. Happy outcomes. Pleasurable in all ways. Supportive family. Drama-free.

REVERSED: What you’re considering is fool-hardy. You got big dreams, but few of them are based on reality. Your head is in the clouds. It’s time to ground yourself and take a more realistic approach to whatever it is you’re considering.


Card 7 – Thumbs Up. The universe is giving you the green light to go ahead. It’s a great idea, an ideal match, and/or easy path to follow.

REVERSED: You just got a “thumbs down” on your question. Rethink what it is you’re trying to achieve. Maybe go back to the drawing board and come up with a new or revised plan. Whatever the question was about, you might want to consider other possibilities. If the question was about love, it’s not looking good.


Card 8 – Patience. This card speaks of having the courage, patience and endurance to achieve whatever it is you want. Just like the slow, steady turtle won the race over the quick, but inconsistent, rabbit, keep a steady pace toward your goals. This is not the time to waver or doubt. Persevere!

REVERSED: You’re nearing the finish line. Give it all you’ve got. This is the time to push through whatever is blocking you from succeeding. If it’s love, try again. If it’s your job, give it your best. If it’s family, forgive and reunite. Life is short. Don’t waste it. 


Card 9 – Transformation. Change can be a difficult, but necessary, part of life. Like the caterpillar who must endure dramatic changes to become a butterfly, the answer to your question involves transformation. This is the time to manifest your desires, but you must be willing to do whatever it is your heart guides you to do. Don’t be afraid of new situations, ideas or people.

REVERSED: When upside down, this card suggests keeping things the same for now. There is something that needs to play out before you move forward. Just think of this as a time to rest, re-energize and reevaluate your life. Change will come, just not now.


Card 10 – Broken Heart. If your question was about a relationship, it may be broken, possibly beyond repair. If your question was about a job, family or travel, this card says that things may not turn out like you wanted. This card also warns of betrayal, so be careful who you trust. The number 10 means you have reached the end of a cycle. It’s time to look for new opportunities.

REVERSED: What seems lost is not beyond repair. Keep your faith that things will turn out for the best. The number 10 means the end of a cycle, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the relationship/job/etc., but rather a time for it to morph into something new.


Card 11 – Shooting Star. This is a time of new beginnings. Wish upon a star! This card says it will come true. If your question was about something you don’t want to happen, revise the question into a positive one, then reshuffle and lay down a new spread. Your thoughts are extremely powerful, so be careful to always think positively. The number 11 is a master number and holds strong powers of manifestation.

REVERSED: You are resisting a new path/relationship/opportunity and clinging to the past. Let go! Great things await you, but only if you are open to them. Self-sabotage. Stubbornness. Negative thinking. 


Card 12 – Chart Your Course. The world awaits you! Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? This is a time to firm up your plans, mark your calendar, sign up for classes, or buy that shiny new toy. New adventure, job, relationship, project or hobby. Travel. Proactive.

REVERSED: Have you been spreading yourself too thin, taking on too many projects or distracted by drama? It’s time to stay home and get your house in order. Clean out the closets, weed the garden, go to the gym, etc. You need to focus on taking care of yourself.


Card 13 – Thumbs Down. The universe says, “No.” Either reevaluate on how to proceed or make a different plan.

REVERSED: When the card is upside down, it’s a “thumbs up”. Positive outcome.




Card 14 – Balance. This card is about maintaining balance in your life. If you’re contemplating a new job, consider how it will impact your free time, family life, and/or finances. If it’s about a relationship, ask yourself, “Does this person bring a favorable quality to my life or drama?” If your life is out of balance, consider how you can tip the scales back into your favor. If you have an addiction, it’s time to seek help. Temperance.

REVERSED: Your need for predictability is hindering your life. Stop worry about the outcome and enjoy the journey. Things may get a little turbulent as you pursue your goals and desires, but think of it as a temporary, but necessary, upheaval. 


Card 15 – Commitment. Consider how your decision will impact your future before committing. If it feels right, then go for it, otherwise don’t make any promises you can’t keep. Entanglement. Marriage.

REVERSED: You have stayed too long in a unfavorable situation. It’s time to move on. Reevaluate your situation to make important changes. Your love interest might be considering other options.


Card 16 – Love. This is the card you want to see when you ask, “Does he/she love me?” It speaks of a deeper love – the kind that’s willing to commit itself to the relationship to see if it has what it takes to endure. It also speaks of a passion for your work/hobby/interests, and dedication to a lifelong pursuit. Devotion. Loyalty.

REVERSED: Not committed. Shallow. An enemy who acts like a friend. Backstabbing. End of a relationship/situation.


Card 17 – Sudden Change. This could be a time of unexpected changes that impact your current situation, causing you to renovate from the ground up. Contemplate the things you should have already taken care of, and then take care of them before the universe steps in to mandate the changes. Renewal. Radical change. Course correction. Removal of unnecessary baggage.

REVERSED: That big change you were expecting probably isn’t going to happen. The job offer falls through. The marriage proposal doesn’t come (not yet anyway). Be prepared to go with
“Plan B”.


Card 18 – Perfection. The number 18 represents the acceptance of abundance and happiness. A time of perfect circumstances/events/situations/relationships. Reap the rewards from your hard work and dedication. Fertility. Harmony. Contentment. Peace. 

REVERSED: It’s time to reevaluate your life and prioritize what’s important. If you’re asking about a relationship, then probably things aren’t going well, but you might be able to repair it. If it’s a new love interest, he or she may not be the right person for you – take it slow to be sure. If it’s about a job, it might not be a good fit. Out-of-sync. Mismatched.


Card 19 – Karma. What goes around, comes around. Ask yourself if you deserve what you are asking for. If your question was about a job, do you have the skill set that’s needed? If it was about a relationship, have you been loyal and kind? If yes, then rejoice, because you’ve earned the good things coming your way. If you haven’t been on your best behavior, make amends before things get worse. This card says if you done your best, and been kind and honest, life is about to reward you.

REVERSED: Sometimes we get things we don’t deserve. Be happy and enjoy your good fortune. Windfall.


Card 20 – Endings. This is the final stage of a cycle. All good things must come to an end, but every ending ushers in a new beginning. If the question was about a relationship ending, be assured you’ll love again. If you lost a job, know that a new one awaits you. It’s time to let go of the past and expect a better future.

REVERSED: You are in the beginning stages of your question. Things may not have progressed as far as you think they have, consider rekindling your efforts. If the question was about love, don’t push too hard. It’s too early.


Card 21 – Self Reflection. This card indicates it’s time to look in the mirror to see how your actions are contributing to the current situation. The card can also mean that you’re only looking at the superficial aspects of the situation or person – go deeper. Stop looking outside of yourself for gratification, approval or love. Ask yourself, “Why do I want this?” or “What am I getting out of this?” or “Is now the best time?” Self-love. Self-empowerment. Reinvent Yourself.

REVERSED: Take a more realistic view of the outside world. Are your relationships giving you what you need emotionally? Is your job just paying the bills without giving you any real satisfaction? Is your college major still in alignment with your ambitions? If not, make the necessary changes. 


Card 22 – Treasure. The number 22 is a master number and holds strong powers. This card focuses on the manifestation of your dreams, goals and desires. If you asked how a certain event will play out, expect it to meet your expectations. Your thoughts are much more powerful than you realize, so be careful to think positively. Before purchasing a big ticket item carefully consider how its cost will impact your finances, because if you want it bad enough, it will be yours.

REVERSED: You’re not in alignment with the universal energies, but don’t worry, this cycle will pass. Just be patient and keep your thoughts positive. In the meantime, clean out the closets, dive into your hobbies, and/or pay off your debts so you’ll be ready when the new cycle arrives. 


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Entertainment purposes only. Do not make any important life decisions based solely on your interpretation of the cards.