Aurore Harris is a certified Tarot reader and accomplished astrologer. Utilizing her deep understanding of both Tarot and astrology, she offers comprehensive readings designed to guide individuals towards understanding their life's purpose and full potential. In addition, Aurore pens insightful weekly horoscopes and Tarot forecasts.
If you're drawn to the mystical and enchanting world of Tarot, learning to read the cards can be a transformative journey of self-discovery and personal growth. Whether you're a complete beginner or have dabbled in Tarot before, I'm here to guide you on your path to becoming a skilled Tarot reader.
1. Start with a deck that resonates with you: The first step in learning Tarot is finding a deck that speaks to your soul. There are countless decks available, each with its own unique artwork and symbolism. Take your time to explore different decks and choose one that resonates with your intuition and aesthetic preferences.
2. Get to know your cards: Familiarize yourself with the 78 cards in a standard Tarot deck. Start by studying the Major Arcana, which represents major life themes and archetypal energies. Each card has its own meaning and symbolism, so take the time to connect with each one on a deeper level. As you progress, delve into the Minor Arcana, which reflects everyday experiences and situations.
3. Understand the card meanings: Learning the meanings of each Tarot card is essential. Begin by studying the traditional interpretations of the cards, but remember that Tarot is a deeply personal practice, and your intuition should guide you. Reflect on the imagery, symbolism, and emotions evoked by each card. Consider how they relate to your own life experiences and the questions you seek answers to.
4. Practice, practice, practice: Reading Tarot is an art that requires practice and patience. Start by doing daily card pulls for yourself, asking open-ended questions and allowing the cards to guide you. Journal about your interpretations and reflect on how they resonate with your current circumstances. As you gain confidence, practice reading for friends and loved ones, offering them guidance and insight.
5. Explore different spreads: Tarot spreads are layouts that determine the positions of the cards and the insights they provide. Begin with simple spreads, such as the three-card spread or the Celtic Cross spread, and gradually expand to more complex layouts. Experiment with different spreads to find the ones that resonate with you and offer the most clarity.
6. Seek guidance and resources: There are numerous books, online courses, and communities dedicated to Tarot. Explore these resources to deepen your understanding of the cards and gain insights from experienced readers. Join Tarot forums or attend workshops to connect with like-minded individuals who can offer support and guidance on your Tarot journey.
7. Trust your intuition: While it's important to learn the traditional meanings of the cards, always trust your intuition when interpreting them. Tarot is a tool for self-reflection and guidance, and your intuition will guide you to the most accurate and insightful interpretations. Allow your inner wisdom to shine through as you connect with the cards and the messages they hold for you.
Remember, learning Tarot is a lifelong journey. Embrace the process, be patient with yourself, and trust that the cards will reveal their wisdom to you in due time. May your Tarot journey be filled with magic, self-discovery, and profound insights.
With love and light,