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Interpreting the tarot cards - Part 1 Once you've become familiar with the basic card meanings on pages 19 to 99 and you've familiarised yourself with the various spreads that can be used, you'll be ready to begin interpreting the cards that you've selected. However, it's not important to memories everything off by heart at this stage, and there's nothing wrong with having a book or notes in front of you to refer to. Most of your learning will come about through hands-on experience so gather up friends and family to practice your new skills on. You'll also gain a lot of experience by doing readings for yourself. This doesn't have to be about major aspects of your life as Tarot can be used for gaining information and helping you make decisions on a day to day bases. Treat the Tarot cards as your best friend, as if you where confiding with some one who knows you better than you know yourself and who is ever helpful to shine a light of guidance for you to follow throughout your life. During the evening, ask for some advice for the following day. You don't have to have a particular question in mind, simply fan out the cards, ask your question e.g. " Some advice for the following day please". Then select a card and examine it for clues and information. Don't worry if you can't make sense of it at that particular time. The following evening reflect on your day and see if you can make sense of the card meaning in retrospect. This is an excellent way to build up your own list of interpretations of the Tarot cards, so don't forget to write it down in your tarot note book. One of the difficulties for beginners is that a card can mean it's literal or visual interpretation, and other times it can represent a metaphor or something symbolic. For example the "Sun" card can mean exactly what it says, "sunshine", happy holidays in the sun etc. or, it could be a warning against the dangers of the sun for example, sun burn. As a metaphor it could represent success, fulfilment, confidence and optimism...... Next Page
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Interpreting the tarot cards - Part 1 Once you've become familiar with the basic card meanings on pages 19 to 99 and you've familiarised yourself with the various spreads that can be used, you'll be ready to begin interpreting the cards that you've selected. However, it's not important to memories everything off by heart at this stage, and there's nothing wrong with having a book or notes in front of you to refer to. Most of your learning will come about through hands-on experience so gather up friends and family to practice your new skills on. You'll also gain a lot of experience by doing readings for yourself. This doesn't have to be about major aspects of your life as Tarot can be used for gaining information and helping you make decisions on a day to day bases. Treat the Tarot cards as your best friend, as if you where confiding with some one who knows you better than you know yourself and who is ever helpful to shine a light of guidance for you to follow throughout your life. During the evening, ask for some advice for the following day. You don't have to have a particular question in mind, simply fan out the cards, ask your question e.g. " Some advice for the following day please". Then select a card and examine it for clues and information. Don't worry if you can't make sense of it at that particular time. The following evening reflect on your day and see if you can make sense of the card meaning in retrospect. This is an excellent way to build up your own list of interpretations of the Tarot cards, so don't forget to write it down in your tarot note book. One of the difficulties for beginners is that a card can mean it's literal or visual interpretation, and other times it can represent a metaphor or something symbolic. For example the "Sun" card can mean exactly what it says, "sunshine", happy holidays in the sun etc. or, it could be a warning against the dangers of the sun for example, sun burn. As a metaphor it could represent success, fulfilment, confidence and optimism...... Next Page