tarot card

What is Tarot? How do I interpret it? How to learn?   

Tarot is an ancient Western divination tool popular in Europe since the Middle Ages. Its true and specific origin has been a mystery. Taro has a total of 78 cards, of which are 22 large Arcana cards and 56 small Arcana cards, which can be used separately or 78 mixed for bleaching. It is worth mentioning that tarot cards do not refer to a fixed card. Tarot cards have a wide variety, at least there are thousands of species, but most of them are extended by the world's three tarot systems as a blueprint.   

The law of de-licensing of tarot cards

Before using tarot cards for dominance, it is important to confirm that one's body and mind are in a good and calm state, as interpreting tarot is a laborious task that requires concentration to understand the present meaning of the Tarot card.

The following preparatory work is then carried out:

  1. Find a time when your mental state is clear enough and when your mood is calm.
  2. Find a quiet place that will not interfere with you, such as your own home.
  3. Prepare a tarot card.
  4. Prepare a table with enough space to arrange the cards, a black tablecloth because black is the color that gathers light and energy best, both scientifically and speculatively. Next is to confirm the problem of wanting to account and shuffle. Shuffle a total of two different actions, each speculation, to repeat these two shuffling actions.

After shuffling is the cut card, the card is done by the questioner. When you are done shuffling and you have put the cards down, ask the person you are asking to cut to shuffle and play the cards. It is the most important step in the whole process. After the cards are lined up, each card is opened in order. The way to turn the card is from left to right, and when all the cards are turned, It is the time to interpret. This is the last step - open the cards, inter.    

The interpretation of tarot cards, first, understand the meaning of the basic card surface. Each tarot card has its basic card meaning. No matter who, which country got a tarot card, its basic card meaning is the same as some keywords. Second, to expand the meaning of the card face, after understanding the basic card meaning, you can also extend the meaning of the card surface. Extensions do not mean the same thing. Different tarot systems, its card surface extension meaning is also different. Third, self-association understands the meaning of the card surface. This kind of card meaning is through the accounting master according to the basic card meaning and extended meaning, plus their own understanding of the meaning associated with the meaning. Fourth, understanding the problem of the comprehensive contact accounting of the meaning of the card surface.

The above three points as a theoretical basis for our de-licensing and the problem of contact with the issue of accountability for the first three issues to carry out a comprehensive understanding to account for the result. Fifth, stick to Taro's diary. Taro Diary can effectively and quickly improve Taro players. It can deepen the occupier's understanding of the meaning of the card. Sixth, ask for the questioner's feedback. We can ask the questioner where the event of the occupation occurs and what is the time limit? If it is not allowed, what is the reason? This is to make our understanding of the deck more profound.   

introduction tarot

The magic ritual of tarot card

The magic ceremony is a kind of advanced form of the tarot card. Mainly aimed at the break-up of the lost people of a magical ceremony, this can let two people who have been separated back together. Magic ritual is a combination of natural energy, spiritual consciousness and ancient traditional language behavior, to make the individual energy of the cast adjust to the best state and to achieve a magical way of compound love.

Tarot Recommended books

The first book is Paul Fenton-Smith's "Actually, You're Already Tarot", which should be arguably one of the introductory classics. It is a must-see for learning tarot cards. The next recommended book is sunflower's "Taro Sunflower Book". This book is the eye of life, the body, and the soul. CEO Wang Zhonghe and Taoist Academy Chief Tarot lecturer Qingfeng jointly recommend this book. The third is Rachel Pollack's "The Wisdom of 78 Degrees". This book was instrumental at the beginning of the contemporary "Taro Revival" and was hailed as a biblical work in Taro. Lastly, there is a tarot inversely, a Tarot learning Bible, and so on.