Curious about Tarot cards? Shrouded in mystery and superstition, tarot cards have been used for centuries to predict the future. But that's not all they can do!
What Tarot Can Do For You shows you the basics of tarot, from getting started to using the cards for more than just fortunetelling. You'll learn how to:
-Choose the perfect tarot deck
-Ask the right questions so you receive clear answers
-Develop your own intuitive meanings for the cards
-Gain personal and spiritual insight
-Use your cards for problem solving, meditation, journaling, and more
-Use the tarot to help shape the future of your dreams.
Empower yourself, overcome obstacles, and make better decisions - all with a little help from your tarot deck.
This article continues my series on the Court Cards. For some background information on this series, see "The Tarot Court, Part I: The Kings of Tarot." For this series, we are looking at the Court Cards as representing other people involved in the situation that the querent is asking about. People describe the Queens as representing nurturing or an internal expression of the suit. In other...
In "Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I—Decks," tarot expert Barbara Moore looked at ways of recovering from "Tarot Reader Burnout" by using or incorporating another deck. However, what can you do if you only have one deck, do not wish to use another deck, or want to renew your enjoyment of an old favorite deck? Discover techniques that can revitalize your tarot practice by using and creating new spreads.
Autumn months are always fraught with contradictions for me. Nature overflows with bounty and vibrant color that all too quickly gives way to falling leaves and early frosts; the earth is preparing to rest and rejuvenate. November and December bring the need to review the past year and start thinking of the next. As 2008 winds down, I cannot help but think of all the changes this year has...
Tarot is a tool useful in many ways for many things, from meditation and spiritual insight to divination and fortunetelling. Yet, everytime we consult the tarot, we are in search of some sort of answer. Tarot expert Barbara Moore explains how the questions we ask in hopes of an answer are just as important as the answer itself.
Greetings! Gift-giving season is approaching and, as always, I have ideas for you. The Buddha Tarot Robert Place has created a stunning deck that illuminates the fascinating underlying archetypal similarities between the life of Buddha and ...
Although most people don’t know it, the Tarot is kind of like the Swiss Army Knife of self-help tools. The seventy-eight cards of the Tarot deck are well known as predictors of the future, the favored instrument of fortunetellers. But did you know ...
Of the many esoteric subjects studied by ceremonial magicians, alchemy is often considered one of the hardest and most arcane, while the tarot is thought to be one of the most accessible and "hands-on." Historically the language of alchemy, with its inscrutable riddles and metaphor, has baffled many students, while the images of the tarot are more... read this article