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What’s The Right Way For Interpreting The Tarot Cards?
For most people, Tarot cards immediately conjure images of mysterious Gypsy women staring at crystal balls, or men wearing dark robes and splitting Tarot cards on a secluded forest. Well, tarot cards are actually a very powerful tool for exploring a person’s inner self. And though there are no concrete rules on how to conduct a tarot reading, there are still a number of basic guidelines to consider. While interpreting and reading a tarot card may look bizarre initially, it is not an impossible feat to learn, and accomplish. Below are a number of correct methods for interpreting Tarot cards.
General Tarot Card Features
The tarot card is generally composed of seventy-eight cards, with each card having different symbols and images. The Tarot is also divided into two distinct elements, The Major and Minor Arcana. Each of the cards also symbolizes or depicts an event, emotion or situation in an individual’s life. The pictures and/or spreads are also interpreted based on the card’s ascribed meanings.
How To Read The Tarot Card
Professional tarot card readers argue that while the cards by themselves are often benign or gentle in nature, they however begin to possess some power, mainly because of the individual user’s strong belief in them. Below are a number of basic guidelines on how to interpret tarot cards.
- First, the person needs to acquire or borrow a deck of Tarot cards. For first-time users, you need to obtain the Rider-Waite tarot deck, which is considered as the most commonly-used deck today, and can easily be purchased at bookstores and book shops. Next, place a clean cloth over the desk or table, and put the deck over it. This guarantees that the cards stay safe and clean for longer periods of time. Also ensure that you keep the tarot deck in a clean and organized area once you’re through with using it.
- Next, focus on a question that you truly want to ask. And as you go through cutting the deck, ask the question aloud, and then select a card spread. There are different tarot card spreads to choose from, and these include the Celtic Cross spread, the Mirror spread, the Five-Card spread, the Relationship spread, and the 4-Card Diamond spread, which is probably the easiest spread to learn.
- Next, analyze the design/symbol on each of the cards. Also remember that the cards that look towards the right side up of you indicate a “positive” position, while the ones that look down are called “reverse” cards. A reversed card may denote or imply blocked energy, as well as an impending issue/problem.
- As soon as you have spread the tarot cards in front of you, go over each card one by one, and you can interpret a spread. Using your own gut feeling or intuition, the tarot cards will help to slowly guide you in properly interpreting each spread. And once you have understood, and fully analyzed, the meaning of each of the cards, you can now begin to incorporate these into your daily life.
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