, , ,

I’ve been missing my tarot series 🙂

Diana is the woman who turned me on to using tarot, so she’s my guru. This is a great starting point for anyone interested in using tarot.

Would you like to see more tarot here?

What areas would you like to explore?


tarot, fortune telling, tarot spreads, crystal ball, reading tarot, telling fortunesHow to Read Tarot in Ten Easy Steps:

1. Choose a tarot deck. Try to find one that resonates with you. You can browse hundreds of decks at Aeclectic Tarot.  If you’re new to tarot I would suggest purchasing one that has pictures on all the cards. Some decks only have pips on what is known as the Minor Arcana.

2. Carefully study the deck. You can either choose to learn the meanings by heart (not recommended) or just trust your intuition when you read the deck. There are hundreds of books and/or websites that will help you with the meaning of the cards. Here’s a good place to start. The American Tarot Association

3. Select a spread. The spread is how you lay the cards out for a reading. You can lay out just one card, two, three or the entire deck. It’s important to choose a spread…

View original post 441 more words