Tarot Cards – A Magical Tarot Reading Beginners Guide
When it comes to learning prediction the best thing you can do is to listen to that little voice inside called intuition. Once you are all set and already working on your intuition building it’s time to start using different tools to help you make predictions. One of the best tools that you can use is definitely the Tarot Cards. Once you learn how to use them, you can make very accurate predictions. Because there are so many cards and options, we made a Beginners Tarot Reading Guide just for you guys!
Tarot Reading Beginners Guide
Choose the right deck
The first thing you need to know is that there are different Tarot Card decks for you to choose from. With that being said, you have to know that there is no perfect deck for beginners but the one that is most recommended is the Rider-Waite deck and its variations. But, if you don’t like it, that is perfectly fine! This is more of an intuition matter than a recommendation one. Check out different decks, see what kind of vibes you will get from them and see what deck speaks to you because that deck is the one for you.
Connect with your deck
Once you get your awesome Tarot Deck, it’s time to shuffle it and get to know it. Turn one card in turn and focus on the image, the energy that you get from it. The overall impression and sense that you are getting from each card are very important. Try to memorize as much as you can. Then you can try to do a little bit of reading and information about each card but take your time. We suggest taking at least 3-4 minutes per card before getting to the next one. And to repeat the process at least 3 times so all the information sets in.
A Daily Tarot Card
Before you start more complicated readings, try to do deepen the connection with your tarot deck. We suggest that each day before you set off to work, get your deck and choose a card. Shuffle the deck, and focus your energy into the deck. Ask it: “What should I expect today? What kind of energy will I receive? On what energy should I focus?” Then, choose your card and flip it over. Take some notes on what you think it means and some meanings that you have read about on the card. Focus on what it could mean for that day. Once the day is over, compare your notes with the way your day went. As you do this day by day, your predictions will become more accurate and you will connect better with your tarot deck.