A message from Tiffany:
I discovered tarot as a teenager, and while it has been an important part of my development, I’ve met many people who never succeeded in making a connection with their own tarot deck.
Meditation & self-awareness is so neglected, and I’ve met too many people whose lives would be better if they had better trust in their own intuition and awareness. Tarot is the best tool to help you quiet your conscious mind and help you tap into the wisdom of your intuition.
The first thing we all want to be able to do when we first get our hands on a tarot deck is to understand the messages and extract the important lessons we need to learn in our lives from the cards. There are multiple ways of getting to that point, and they all take work. It’s not hard, and the journey is well worth the destination.
These lessons are short but through, and will give you a basic understanding of your tarot deck and how to use it for divination and self-improvement. Learn Tarot conveniently with this flexible course structure.
.These lessons are short but through, and will give you a basic understanding of your tarot deck and how to use it for divination and self-improvement. Learn Tarot conveniently with this flexible course structure.
Learn Tarot conveniently with this flexible course structure delivered straight to your inbox with bite-size portions that start at the beginning and build as you move along. Use the techniques I share with you to become a great Tarot Reader!
More than just a collection of picture and diagrams, Tarot Spreads are explored in-depth and are a major focus of the My Wandering Fool Blog
Learn the story behind the spread and understand the necessary intention to improve your card-reading skills.
The tarot deck is a tool to help you draw on your intuition, and it is your self-awareness of the varied feelings and emotions coming forward as a reaction to the images in the cards.
This Easy Tarot Journal is an excellent tool created for:
It is structured for anyone getting acquainted with the Tarot for the first time, or for anyone looking to build a connection with a new deck.
You will love how easy it is to recognize the patterns of themes and energies communicated through the tarot as they are presented to you.
• Dedicated interpretation pages for building your own interpretations for each of the seventy-eight cards in the deck. This will be especially helpful if you are new to reading the cards.
• 12 monthly reading worksheets for you plan and track self-development goals.
• 365 Daily Card Draw entries for every day of the year.
• 24 pages for journaling small spread readings, and
• 12 pages for journaling larger spread readings
The standard tarot deck has 78 cards, divided into two categories: The Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana.
The Major Arcana is made up of 22 cards that refer to the major themes and life lessons we experience in our lives. These are also referred to the Trump Cards
The Minor Arcana is four suits of 14 cards each, that speak to our daily experiences, including our wins, our losses, our inspirations and our pains.
The Major Arcana show us the stages we go through or experience as we grow and move through our life. These are universal, and they are deep and meaningful life lessons. We understand these cards on a very special meaning, as these do not speak to mundane or temporary occurrences.
In a reading, these are important cards to focus on, as they are broad in their application, and are repeatable themes we are experiencing.
The Minor Arcana reflect our day-to-day lives. These are events, people, and situations which we react to and are forced to deal with. These are temporary, time-limited events and do not reflect broad life themes.
The Minor Arcana is divided into four suits, each representing a different part of our lives. Some decks may change the names, but the designations don’t. Each area is still represented.