It is a common belief that Tarot Cards can only predict the future which is not true. In the traditional form, these cards speak of the past and present also about the future but in a slightly different manner. These cards can provide you clues and ideas about the future and potentially where you are headed.
Tarot Cards are not new, its origin dates back to more than thousand years ago. The Celtic people were the first to use Tarot Cards in the form of playing cards. It was only from the late 18th century until now that tarot has been used for premonition by mystics and occultists.
How are Tarot Cards different?
These cards are made up of seventy eight-cards and each deck of Tarot cards is the same. They come in different kinds of sizes with all types of artwork both on the front and back. These artworks are a collection of symbols that represent human experiences. But no matter what, the meaning and message of all the cards always remain the same.
It is different from fortune telling because rather than trying to tell you what is going to happen to you, it is used to tell you what’s happening to you in the present. It is indeed an excellent way to gain perspective on your life or on a particular situation. It can help shed new light on deep emotional problems or any part of your life which seems imbalanced. If done in the right way with the help of Tarot reading you can get a clear picture of where are you heading.
What do the cards consist of?
Like any regular deck of cards, Tarot Cards are made up of four suits. They also have the same values as traditional playing cards. The only difference is that only one extra card is added to the royal family in Tarot cards.
The cards are categorized as Major Arcana or Minor Arcana. Major Arcana are a set of 22 cards which depict images like the Devil, the Hanged Man, the Wheel of Life and the Fool. The remaining 56 are Minor Arcana which are suit cards but instead of spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds found in a traditional deck there are wands, cups, swords and pentacles.
-Wands speak of spirituality or creativity
-Swords speak of conflicts and tensions
-Cups or pentacles are about money, relationship matters and love
How can Tarot reading change things around for you?
Every Tarot reading begins with a question which you do not need to reveal to your Tarot Card reader and you keep it to yourself. Each card that you choose will come up in the past, present or future and will help you shed some light on your questions. In this way, you can help understand certain aspects of your life and this is how a Tarot Card reading can truly help you.
An experienced Tarot Card reader can put everything into perspective in a clear way for you. Irrespective of whether you believe in the spiritual or mysterious things, Tarot reading can help you understand your own thoughts better.
If Tarot Cards were not at all helpful they would not have managed to be around today even after thousands of years and yet still be so popular.
The good thing is that you don’t necessarily have to visit a Tarot reader in person. You can get online tarot card reading done according to your convenience by downloading the Tarot Reading App here. Not just one but you can avail five different kinds of tarot readings here which will take your Tarot experience to a whole new level.
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