Tristian Collins is a highly capable Tarot reader and psychic medium. With over ten years of experience in the Tarot field, he utilizes his intuitive skills to deliver guidance and clarity. In addition to his reading practice, Tristian is an effective instructor, offering classes and workshops on Tarot reading and psychic development.
Thank you for reaching out to More Tarot with your question about learning how to do Tarot cards. The journey of Tarot is a fascinating one, and I'm here to guide you through it.
Now, the time it takes to learn Tarot can vary from person to person. It's important to remember that Tarot is not just about memorizing card meanings, but also about developing your intuition and connecting with the cards on a deeper level. With dedication and practice, you can become a skilled Tarot reader in a relatively short period of time.
To give you a rough estimate, it typically takes around three to six months to gain a solid foundation in Tarot. During this time, you'll familiarize yourself with the meanings of the cards, learn different spreads, and start practicing readings. However, it's important to note that Tarot is a lifelong journey of learning and growth, and you'll continue to deepen your understanding as you go along.
To make your learning process more efficient and enjoyable, here's a quick guide to help you get started:
1. Get a Tarot deck: Choose a deck that resonates with you. Some popular decks for beginners include the Rider-Waite-Smith, the Tarot of Marseille, and the Wild Unknown. Take your time to explore different decks and find the one that speaks to your intuition.
2. Learn the card meanings: Start by familiarizing yourself with the meanings of the 78 Tarot cards. Begin with the Major Arcana, as these cards represent significant life lessons and archetypal energies. Then, move on to the Minor Arcana, which provide insights into everyday situations and emotions.
3. Practice daily: Dedicate some time each day to practice reading Tarot. Pull a card or a small spread and reflect on its meaning. Trust your intuition and let the cards speak to you. The more you practice, the more confident you'll become in your interpretations.
4. Study different spreads: Explore various Tarot spreads, such as the Celtic Cross, the Three-Card Spread, or the Past-Present-Future Spread. Each spread offers a different perspective and can be used for different types of questions. Experiment with different spreads to see which ones resonate with you.
5. Seek guidance: Join online Tarot communities or find a mentor who can provide guidance and support on your Tarot journey. Connecting with others who share your passion for Tarot can be incredibly enriching and inspiring.
Remember, learning Tarot is not a linear process. It's okay to take breaks, revisit cards, and explore different interpretations. Trust your intuition and allow yourself to develop your own unique style of reading.
I hope this guide helps you on your Tarot journey. Remember, the most important thing is to enjoy the process and embrace the wisdom that Tarot has to offer. May your path be illuminated with insight and magic.
With mystical blessings,