An Easy Way to start to Learn to Read Tarot Cards
Tarot reading is an ancient practice that involves using a deck of cards to gain insight into the past, present, and future. It is often associated with divination and is used by many people to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. If you’re interested in learning how to read tarot cards, this guide will provide you with everything you need to get started. There are other articles linked for the next steps after this
Getting Started with Tarot Cards
Once you have your deck, it’s important to spend some time getting to know it. Look at each card and pay attention to the images, symbols, and colors. Think about what each card represents and how it might apply to different situations.
Learning the Tarot Cards
There are 78 cards in a standard tarot deck, each with its own meaning and interpretation. While it’s possible to memorize all of these meanings, it’s more important to understand the basic structure of the deck and the different types of cards.
The deck is divided into two main groups: the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards, each representing a major archetype or theme. These cards typically deal with big, life-changing events and emotions.
The Minor Arcana consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits: Cups, Swords, Wands, and Pentacles. Each suit represents a different aspect of life, such as emotions, thoughts, actions, and material possessions.
Within each suit, there are 10 numbered cards and four court cards (Page, Knight, Queen, and King). The numbered cards represent different stages or situations, while the court cards represent people or personalities.
Starting a Tarot Reading
Once you feel comfortable with the cards, you can start conducting readings. There are many different types of readings, but a basic three-card reading is a good place to start.
First, shuffle the deck and think about the question or situation you want to explore. Then, draw three cards and lay them out in front of you.
The first card represents the past, the second card represents the present, and the third card represents the future. Look at each card and think about how it relates to the question or situation at hand.
You can also use different spreads and layouts to explore more complex questions and situations. There are many resources available online and in books that can help you learn these different spreads.
If you are practising with someone else then get them to think of a question and let them shuffle or cut how they wish to.
Read Tarot Cards Intuitively
To really read intuitive , try choosing one card a day and put it somewhere where you will see and glance at it throughout your day and see what you feel and what comes to you. it can help to write it down.
At the end of the day reflect on it an dif you want to see what the official meaning in a book is.
keep in mind that a persons situation, the topic of their question and also the sorrounding cards in an actual reading affect the meaning as well
Tarot reading can be a powerful tool for self-discovery and understanding. While it takes time and practice to become proficient, anyone can learn how to read tarot cards with dedication and patience. Remember to approach the cards with an open mind and a willingness to learn, and you’ll be well on your way to unlocking the mysteries of the tarot.
A great book to Star with is –The Big Book of Tarot
For free monthly tarot readings on You Tube By Psychic Franziska
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