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Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice Part III: Study

We began this series with the dismaying situation of looking at our cards and feeling nothing, seeing nothing, finding nothing whatever to say. This wretched state of affairs is not terminal nor do we just have to wait it out. Like writer's block, there are ways to jump start the creative juices and get your tarot mojo flowing again. The first article focused on decks. The second article looked at spreads. This third will suggest taking a scholarly road to escape the land of ennui. The next (the fourth and, we hope, final) article will cover a potpourri of techniques that are both fun and effective. One of the great things about tarot is that no matter how many years you practice, there ...

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Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice Part IV—A Few More Ideas

Way back in "Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I," we began this series by visualizing a horrifying scene: you shuffle your beloved cards, lay them out, stare at them, and suddenly see…nothing! Or worse, you don't even feel like picking up your deck. Or perhaps you lay out the cards and you feel uninspired and bored. The cards don't seem like familiar friends full of wise council; instead, they feel like a rerun of Seinfeld that you've seen sixteen times. These are all signs of what some people call Tarot Reader Burnout. To recap, Tarot Reader Burnout happens to most tarotists at some time or another. Just as a friendship or relationship can become dull and stagnant, your ...

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Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I: Decks

Imagine this: you shuffle your beloved cards, lay them out, stare at them, and suddenly see…nothing! Or worse, you don't even feel like picking up your deck. Or perhaps you lay out the cards and you feel uninspired and bored. The cards don't seem like familiar friends full of wise council; instead, they feel like a rerun of Seinfeld that you've seen sixteen times. These are all signs of what some people call "Tarot Reader Burnout." Tarot Reader Burnout happens to most tarotists at some time or another. Just as a friendship or relationship can become dull and stagnant, your reading practice or study can become routine. Luckily, just as there are plenty of tips and tricks to ...

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Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part II: Spreads

In "Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I—Decks," we looked at ways of recovering from Tarot Reader Burnout. We considered a number of ideas that include 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? Why, you change the way you use or approach that deck. There are many techniques that can revitalize your practice. In this article, we'll look at the role of spreads in livening up your relationship with your cards. Next time, we'll look at other techniques that you can try. SpreadsThe way you lay out the cards, called a spread, forms an important ...

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