Tarot Reader

Old Tools for Modern Problems

"I Just Don't Know What to Do!"

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We all get stuck now and then. We find it hard to make a big decision, or we struggle to understand the meaning of certain events in our lives. When we just plough through and don't take time for introspection and process, we risk repeating old patterns and invite disease and suffering.

Without expert guidance and support, we might experience:

What is a Tarot Reader?

As a Tarot Reader, I have come to appreciate the timeless ability of these old cards to make sense of even the most modern of problems. The Tarot is a deck of cards with a long history. These cards have helped us make sense of our lives and our experiences for over 600 years. Over that time, the cards were used for entertainment and divination. However, modern day Tarot reading has evolved away from entertainment and divination. Much more like the archetypal healing paths found in Jungian and Depth Psychology, Tarot is now a tool for growth and healing. 

The images on the cards, regardless of what deck you might use, reflect certain, common aspects of human life, personality and challenge. While some of the images and characters are as old as Tarot itself, the meaning behind the images changes with the times. As society evolves and grows, so does the Tarot. 

A modern Tarot session is more therapy than psychic reading or fortune telling. The cards are just one tool the intuitive healer can use to help you make sense of your life, find ways to recover from past experience, make sense of the present, and plan for and envision the future you want. 

What happens in a Tarot Reading?

A tarot reading is a personal journey for you, in which we use the wonderful images and intuition to address questions or concerns/ Tarot is a mirror for the self and also a predictor of the outcome of a situation. This means tarot helps you to empower yourself and help yourself toward the outcome you want.

There are many levels to every reading, and I feel it important to be open to all those levels. I mainly read intuitively, which means that the reading is a much deeper experience, going beyond the traditional meaning of any card, and using the card as a portal to information. I will also regard the archetypal energy, reversals, elemental dignities, numerology, astrology, traditional meaning and other issues and modalities relating to each card in each reading.

Tarot Reading is a Tool for Self-Discovery

Tarot mirrors your internal state of being. Defines current situations and possible future outcomes. Helps you best meet whatever may come your way. Clarifies intent and desire. Discovers obstacles. Offers plans of action to overcome those obstacles. Opens connection to higher places. Offers connection with higher guides. Is not a tool for prediction of absolutes, it predicts possibilities. Is not a substitution for any type of therapy.

What is the Origin of Tarot Reading?

Originally, in 15th Century Italy (possibly earlier) the decks were used for a game somewhat like bridge. The decks, like other playing decks, contained number cards 1-10 in four suits each with a page, a knight, and a queen and king, we call these the Minor Arcana or Pip cards. Tarot decks were different than regular playing decks and contained 22 extra cards, which we term the Major Arcana. The Major Arcana were picture cards with titles like, The Moon, The Sun, The Pope, The Wheel of Fortune, common archetypes in 15th Century Society. The art of using the deck for divination developed in both secret and social ways. Napoleon and Josephine made use of a cartomancer, card reader, and paintings from the subsequent centuries (16th / 17th) depict readings being given to heads of state and holy men of the catholic church. Tarot has never been mainstream but is has been and continues to be used by mainstream individuals. For alternate sources and more detailed information about the History of Tarot, visit the tarot history forum, or other sources!

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