• Tarot Made Easy - Beginning Tarot

      Getting into Tarot is a wonderful experience. It can be a helpful guide in anyone's life with some practice and meditation. Here, we will look into the most basic elements of tarot reading, choose a deck and starting into understanding the meanings of the cards. This is easily the most time consuming part of learning Tarot, but well worth the time and effort for the rewards later on.

      Find your method of Divination
      Some times, Tarot will simply not be for someone. Do some research into the various methods of divination and try them. Tarot is a wonderful method but it takes a lot of practice and even more time to do a proper reading. Another method might just be more enjoyable and more accurate for you. If tarot is what you find works for you though, it is time to work on finding the right deck.

      Choosing a Beginner Deck
      There are a number of different sources that will help you learn the basics of tarot. Friends can be a remarkable resource, if they are into divination as well. If possible, try to find a deck you can just experiment with and see how it feels to you. At this stage, pocket guide are a good thing as they let you start building your own skills. Once you feel a grasp on the basics and understand what you need to do, it is time to move beyond the generic and into the personal.

      Choosing a Personal Deck
      There are a number of different Tarot decks out there. Some will work better than others but it is important that there is a reason for this. Every one who has an interest in divination will have a different attuning. Even after you find your method, it is important to find a deck that works with you. Take some time and research the various decks out there. Look into the art and style of the cards, see what not only captures your eyes but you feel a pull toward. That pull is the beginning of a resonance. Even after that, try to keep the deck with you for a while so you can get a feel for it and it can do the same.

      Discerning the Meanings
      As you work with your own deck, try to keep a log of your various readings. While this is mostly for someone just starting, even experienced readers will do this as well. It can help you see meanings that were not immediately visible from the reading later on. The log will also help you grasp the meanings of the different suits of the minor arcana as well as those of the major arcana. Take your time early on to get to the meaning of the reading. If this does not quite work for you, focus on one card at a time, building the reading step by step
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