Choosing a Tarot Deck
You may find there are many different decks that resonate with your energy. But, you will find that there are one or two that feel like old friends every time you pick them up.
Ethical Tarot Reading
Tarot readers are often called upon to give serious advice. And, many of us are not licensed counselors. So, it is imperative that we realize how much we should say and how it should be said.
Psychic Protection and Tarot
Reading the Tarot requires the reader to open an energy bridge between herself or himself and the client. Information flows from the client and from the energies surrounding the client. Care must be taken to protect oneself from any unwanted or harmful influences. Here are some ideas.
Reading Tarot For Yourself
Is it possible to do accurate readings for yourself? Learn more about how to draw accurate personal Tarot readings and when it may be best to seek an objective reading from someone else.
Reading with Playing Cards
Playing cards aren't really that different than Tarot cards. The main thing that is missing is the Major Arcana. But, in order to read playing cards, you really have to memorize the meanings of each card.
Taking Care of Your Tarot Deck
Taking good care of your Tarot deck is like taking care of any other special and meaningful item in your life.
Tarot and Numerology
Numerology and Tarot are a perfect match. You can find out which Major Arcana card is linked to you by adding up the numbers in your birth date.
Tarot Manifestation Grids
A Tarot grid uses the guidance and wisdom inherent in the Tarot with the earth energies of the elements. Basically, you are sending an ongoing message to the Universe stating exactly what you would choose to have happen in your life.
The Tarot Journal
A Tarot Journal is a necessity if you are going to be doing readings for yourself or for others. It is an ongoing story of the wisdom and knowledge gained as you walk along the path of the Tarot.
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