Invite ten characters about tarot cards, plus nine of them will say they predict the future. It's close, but Tarot doesn't tell you what will happen. It means you what can happen, and more importantly, how you should demonstrate it.
You need to know how to find the right tarot deck, draw cards and understand their useful messages.
The method of Self-taught tarot reading that I will explore here is based on your insight. So if you are new to tarot cards, you do not need to rush out and memorize all the meanings of tarot cards. You don't need to "know" anything to do this exercise!
Before you start this exercise, make sure you sit comfortably in front of you with a deck of tarot and oracle cards. Keep a notebook and pen nearby.
Step 1: Relax
When you are calm, and your mind is quiet, you can hear your intuitive soft voice. Make yourself comfortable and start by taking slow, deep breaths through the nose and the nose or mouth. Think for a moment; it transferred you into the karmic-driven world of Earl.
Relax your body by breathing in and relieving any part of stress or discomfort until your body feels warm and calm.
Step 2: Clear your Tarot Deck
Since your deck may have absorbed your last reading skills or the energy of the last person to touch it, you must clear any remaining energy decks. In my opinion, the best way to do this is to shuffle.
After changing your deck a few times, hold it in your hands and give it a "light bath" - imagine breathing in a beautiful white light and sending that light into your arm and your tarot deck so that it is white light. I take a shower. Not only does this clear your deck, but it also helps you connect more tightly to your tarot card.
Step 3: Ask Your Question!
As you grab your deck, keep your question quietly or aloud. If you don't have a specific question, you can easily ask your tarot cards, "What do I need to know right now?" Or "What messages do you have for me today?"
Let your question settle on the deck. Imagine your question traveling through your brain, into your arms and your tarot cards.
Step 4: Cut the Deck
Place your tarot deck on the table in front of you, and using your left hand, cut the deck in half and place the upper half on the left. You should hold two quantities of cards now. Select the card at the top of the right pile and flip it over.
Steps 5-10: The Reading
For this part, you want to take out your pen and paper for Self-taught tarot reading.
First Impressions - Note that your first thought, feeling, or reaction was when you turned the card over. Often, our first impression is loaded with intuitive insight because our honor/minds have not yet had a chance to jump.
- Physical messages. Your vision will often communicate with you through bodily sensations, such as cramps or a feeling of amusement in your hands. Just look at your tarot card if you have any physical sensations.
- Say the name of the card aloud - doing so can sometimes open up avenues in your mind, giving you access to new insights and information. Note how you feel when you say the names of the cards out loud.
- Color - Note the colors on your tarot card. Is it a mixture of colors, absence of color, or mostly one color? If one color is more dominant than the other, what do you mean by that color?
- The process! - What's going on in this tarot card? Are people talking or struggling? Is there too much movement or silence? This one factor can often indicate the problem you are dealing with.
- Character - Note which figures, whether human or animal, are in your Tarot card. What message do these characters (languages) bring to you? Imagine yourself stepping into a tarot card and talking to a surface. What will they say?
- Symbol. Which symbol stands in front of you? What do these symbols mean to you? Tarot cards speak to us through signs, and many "hidden meanings" can be found when we take the time to consider the symbols.
Step 11: Closing the Tarot Reading
When you feel like it's time to finish reading Tarot, hold your deck in your hands and quietly thank him for all the insight and guidance you have today. Has brought you to settle down to study. Enjoy a short moment of silence.
Replace your tarot deck and return it to rest.
Self-taught tarot reading could help you connect with your tirelessness and find the answers inside. There is no right or wrong way to draw a card, but following some of the best practices can help you get the most out of each reading.