The History Of Tarot Readings, Lessons On How Too Start Doing Your Own Readings And The 78 Cards In A Tarot Deck.




The tarot is a pack of playing cards used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe. Tarto cards are parallel for divination in the form of tarotology and cartomancy and, later, specialist packs were developed for occult purposes.

Like common playing cards, the tarot has four suits. Each suit has 14 cards, ten pip cards numbering from one (or Ace) to ten and four face cards (King, Queen, Knight, and Jack/Knave). In addition, the tarot has a separate 21-card trump suit and a single card known as the Fool. Depending on the game, the Fool may act as the top trump or may be played to avoid following suit.

How To Know Which Tarot Deck To Start Reading With?

The best way in picking a deck of Tarot reading cards is to do your own research on multiple on different decks. Go with the one you are attracted or called too. Make sure it is comfortable and easy for you to work with.

There Are 78 Tarot Cards In A Deck With 22 Major Arcanas.

The 22 Major Arcanas Cards Are As Followed:

     

The Minor Arcana

The 56 Tarot cards of the Minor Arcana are divided into four suits: Wands, Pentacles, Cups, and Swords. Each suit has its general meaning, and each card of it brings its very own message in a divination.

Below Are The 4 Suits Along With Its Sets Of Cards In Different Orders:

Ace Of Wands:

Ace Of Cups:

3. Ace Of Swords:

Ace Of Pentacles:

Learning To Read Tarot Cards:

If you’re just starting off learning how to read Tarot cards, it might look difficult! You are not wrong but with a clear mind and positive attitude, with this guide you would get it in no time.

Learning Tarot doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful. When you fail don’t look at it as failure, look at it as something else you have to master. Take a break if needed but don’t give up.

First start off by finding a peaceful spot away from all distractions. Relax your mind and start putting your cards down, with the picture facing up (you) one by one.

As you are doing this look for any images or colors that you find easy too remember. Take notes of the details and try to memorize its exact look. The job is not to become an expert at first try but to repeat these steps daily until your are comfortable to stop.

What do you notice? What comes too your mind? Did you see anything? Objects, colors, people, vibrations?

Start picking up your cards one by one using your intuitions too allow your cards to speak too you. Take a moment of silence with your cards. Focus on a question, situation or event. It can be in your life or the life of another. Did anything strange, in a good way happen. Like seeing a symbol or picture? Did you hear something? Like a pin drop or a voice? Did you feel something, a tingle in your body maybe? You might start to see almost a story coming through that particular card. If not its ok this was just for you to form a connection with your deck.

Remember connecting with your deck of cards is a must. Do not beat up yourself if it does not work. Form here on you can work on memorizing the cards by looking at them and reading the descriptions on the cards over and over until you remember some if not all.

Start by picking up a card and spend at least 3 to 5 minutes with it card. Try too feel if the card is giving off energies to you. Become familiar with the card as much as possible. When done go ahead and pick up the second card and do it all again. Do it until you’ve started too work your way all the way through your deck.

As you are doing this make sure you are still connection too your cards by looking out for signs and symbols. This is important because the two has to go hand in hand, one cannot do without the other. The more your practice the more you would understand. Keep trying and one day you can and would become familiar with both to the point its going to both come together to you naturally and make you a Tarot Reader or hopefully some day a Expert Tarot Reader.

GOOD LUCK!

     

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