Everything You Need to Know About Reading Tarot Cards
Do you want to enhance your life by tapping in to the wisdom of the universe and your own intuition? For centuries tarot cards have been used as a method of divination by those seeking guidance and direction. The cards have the power to offer hope, reassurance, and support to readers as they meander through the ups and downs of life. In fact the tarot have even been known to trigger previously unknown solutions to major dilemmas - whether you consider the message to have come from your own intuition or more mystical sources.
Contrary to the popular myth, you do not need psychic powers to read tarot. All you need is a willingness to learn, time to practice, and the ability to hone and trust your natural intuition. Reading the tarot is a combination of skills born from following instructions, listening to intuition, and making educated leaps of thought.
As complicated as it may seem at first, it's actually a relatively simple process. Seasoned tarot readers would say that it's a natural habit - something that comes like second nature to them. You, too, can reach that level of experience and comfort with the tarot, through practice and patience.
Tarot for Beginners was created to teach regular people how to work with the mystical tarot cards and change their lives for the better - not to mention starting a fascinating new hobby and having fun while doing it!
This guide will provide you with everything a beginner needs to know about tarot, including the most popular card meanings to get you started. Whether you're using a traditional deck like Waite-Smith or the Tarot of Marseille, or even a more specialist deck, the definitions included in this guide are relevant and a solid starting point for a skill that you can carry with you for a lifetime.
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