Reading Tarot cards has been practiced all the way back to the 16th century. It has become a very popular “life guide” globally. For those who don’t already know these decks are meant to visualize and understand the past, present and future. You’ve probably come across someone who does this as a profession, like fortune telling for example. However a numerous amount of people use them personally in order to seek guidance or even confirmation in their daily lives. Let’s focus on this aspect for now and take a closer look at card reading: How to get started, the facade Tarot and more tips & tricks.
Personal Tarot Reading
By now you should have a little understanding of the Tarot meaning and why it’s so commonly used. A deck usually consists of 78 cards which are divided into a major (22) and a minor (56) arcana. There are a variety of spreads to practice but if you’re a beginner it’s best to start with the 3-card spread.
In case you are a complete newbie then it’s best to first learn how to read the Tarot cards. There are a good amount of tutorials online in order to understand how the cards link to each other and how to interpret them. There are a few great books that teach you everything as well. The advantage of a book is that you can look things up while you do your first readings. Here’s an example that comes with a deck.
Facade Tarot Tip
If we may say so it’s a good idea to document some of the most important occurrences that you base on your own readings. Certain situations may start to repeat themselves, or who knows a prediction came true. Chances are that you’d like to reflect on the moment you played out these cards, which ones they were, and when exactly you did so. You can easily do this from a piece of paper, or by writing down notes on your computer. In case you prefer to keep things organized here’s a handy gadget to do so.
What’s Your Story?
Tarot practitioners seem to gain new insights as to where they stand in life and where they could be going. It is worth to mention that for some this is the case and for some maybe not. There even are critics who claim that there’s no proof at all. Others mention that it’s not based on any scientific research. In our opinion it’s the individual that makes this decision, especially if you believe in spirit and if you have an open mind. If it helps a bunch of us then why wouldn’t it help you? We’re curious…do you use the deck yourself? Or do you prefer something else like the Doreen Virtue angel cards for example? What are your experiences? Feel free to let us know below, we’d love to hear from you.