A common phrase among readers, the Fool’s Journey refers to the concept that the Major Arcana depicts and explains our individual journey to of self-development as a narrative through different stages of growth towards self-actualization. It is used as an exercise to better understand how the cards work together, as you move through each card in numerical order. You can look at it as a general life path, or use it to examine a certain area/period of your life. For example, you decide to look back on your career as you desire change and don’t know where to turn. Start with: Continue reading What is the Fool’s Journey?
Understanding what can and cannot be done with tarot and tarot work is integral to using it as a tool to accomplish desires and goals. Using Tarot cards is most effective when the reader has a firm understanding of their own belief system, and confidence in their ability to direct their own lives.
You decide to pull up your favorite Relationship Spread to explore your love life for insight. You get your cards, meditate, shuffle and lay out the cards. If any of these cards appear, tuck in, and focus on the message the card has in relation to the other cards around it.
Use this information to
- understand why you need to pay attention to these cards in relationship readings, and then
- understand the interpretations in action, by seeing it connected in a simple, three card relationship spread.
Inquiries about love and relationships remain the most popular among those seeking help with tarot. The following post is tarot work for your to explore and bring clarity to your love life.
Understanding how the tarot can help you is the first step to making the right choices and work on improvements your love life. Pull out your Tarot Journal, and let’s get to work.
As counter-intuitive as it may sound, connecting and building a relationship with the tarot is not solely achieved by physically interacting with the cards, even if on a regular basis. A tarot deck (as much as it hurts to admit) is only a set of images on card stock.