Reading the Tarot cards for yourself is the perfect way to knock into your perception and get the answers you want. Whether it’s about deep spiritual matters or practical, day-to-day issues, the Tarot can help.
- WHAT IS TAROT READING?
Tarot reading is the practice of gaining approaching, prediction, and knowledge from a spread or layout of tarot cards. Tarot cards don’t they tell the future, expose the past, or reveal information about the present moment. Instead, the cards are simply a reflection of the reader’s deeper awareness and available for intuition to interpret.
Tarot is charming, absorbing and unsolved. It offers answers to your questions, and pathways through uncertainty. You may have had a reading and found it to be spookily accurate, or perhaps you are seeking a way out of a problematic situation, or maybe you basically experience bound to become skilled at more about the attractive talent of interpreting messages from the tarot.
It is beyond the scope of this article to teach you to read the tarot from start to finish (note, there is no finish!), however, here you will find an in-depth study exercise to set you on your way, as well as information, tips and resources to further your knowledge and understanding.
Tarot isn’t something just anyone can pick up. You have to learn to read tarot cards, get in touch with your own intuition, and really hone your natural inclination toward it. The good news is that there are many ways to get started reading tarot.
If you just read the collection meaning, you’re not really putting any of your own skills into the reading. As you continue to read tarot, you’ll get to know when you are clear and when you are not. Listen to your own personal truth. Reading tarot is not about sitting back and just letting the cards do their work. You need to bring your Higher Self to the table!
One thing that can be great for beginners to tarot reading is just noticing what emotions arise when you see a card. Listen to your deepest self, or Higher Self. This is not thinking; it is listening. Listen to what your deeper intuition says about the cards.
One important thing to remember when you’re new to tarot reading is that you are a part of the reading. Many beginners to tarot cards think the deck does all of the reading for you. However, you need to be present and use your intuition to help the process.