Learning to read Tarot cards doesn’t have to be left to the psychics or professionals. Tarot can be a powerful way to tap into our subconscious and intuition. This is because each of the cards represents different phases or steps of human life. For example, the Fool teaches us about taking a leap of faith but also to use our inner wisdom before jumping blindly into something whilst the Star is about healing and rejuvenation, often coming up when someone has been through a difficult or challenging time.
I first learned to read tarot when I was 13 (I’m now 37) for myself and later in life professionally for others. I’ve always been amazed at how accurate the cards have been when reading into my own life and that of others. But for clients who would love to learn more on how to read for themselves I always explain that the cards are not about predicting your future. Instead they should be seen as guidance for the present and how to focus and heal negative belief systems to create a brighter future.
Tarot for me is about empowerment.
In this blog I will be sharing some of my favourite beginner friendly cards that you can use straight away and start learning for yourself as well as resources and books that have helped me gain knowledge on my journey.