Which is the best guide to learn Tarot Card Reading?
I am new in Tarot Reading..so I would like to learn..so how to start? If any one give suggestion please
Answer by Gaden
Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
What Tarot can Do for You – Barbara Moore (Great guide on the various uses for tarot cards… from divination to magick to personal therapy to conflict-resolution… It’s a great book!)
Tarot: Youre Everyday Guide – Janina Renee (A great card-by-card guide on how to read cards as advice or problem-solving… lengthy descriptions of the cards meanigns and interrpetive techniques associated with them. She uses several decks as her visual references, making it easy for students no matter what deck they use)
A Tarot Workbook – Neville Drury (A great workbook that asks you to journal about the cards in general and gives another card-by-card study, complete with workbook questions that sometimes cut pretty deep… I know I was weeping by the time I got to the 9 of swords… heavy stuff… great for itnernalizing and really grasping the meanigns and symbolism of the cards to jump off from with your own intuitive inpressions)
One effective method of study is to get yourself a journal and go card-by-card through the deck, journallign about your impressions of each card, read everything you can find about the card and study the image, then compile all your notes and thoughts about it. Later, go back and re-read your ntoes and study the card again… try to condense your notes and impressions into a few lines… then re-read thosel ines and try to condense it further into one or two keywords. Do one or two cards per day… this may take weeks or months depending on how much time you spend on each card and how many cards you do in one day.
When you are done with that, pull out all the aces and comapre them. Then pull out all the twos, threes etc and compare each. This is a good way to understand the structure of the tarot and remember the meanings.
when doing a tarot card reading for yourself, can most of the cards be upside down?
can the first card be upside down as well?
Answer by Abomination of Desolation
Upside down tarot cards are just as unhelpful as right-side-up tarot cards.
Answer by guraqt2me
Only if you’re French – if not, leave it right side – up !
Answer by D700 Doug
That means all the chairs in your house will spontaneously combust at midnight tonight.
Answer by Pamela
Sure that can happen, depending on how you shuffled your cards. Just read them as you laid them.
How to understand my Tarot Card reading more?
i got my cards read yesterday and i wanted to look more into a few of the cards that she spoke with me most about..the beauty card, warrior,fool, stars,sage,body,fun, and wheel..i remember how they were placed..i just would like to know more about it..Please Help, Thanks! 😉
Answer by nostradamus02012
just read up on it.
Answer by Mikey, just Mikey
Just make some shít up – that’s what everyone else does, after all. Tarot is complete crap.
Answer by Abby Quigezz
Sorry, but whatever that person was using wasn’t a traditional deck… so it’s impossible to know. The only tarot card in that was the fool.
I’d recommend you get your own deck of cards and do your own reading. That way the reading will be more accurate because they are infused with your own energy. Plus it’ll come with a booklet with all the interpretations for you to meditate on.
Answer by Tea
Some of those cards sound familiar and others sound like they don’t have the traditional names. Would you happen to know what deck she used? Could she have been using an oracle deck instead of a tarot deck?