Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Easy Learning Of The Tarot

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Tarot as more than a psychic card game, really only started in and around the 1780’s. This is when the study by a Swiss member of the clergy wrote ‘Le Monde Primitif. This was where it was asserted that there was religious symbolism attached to the tarot de Marseille deck which related to Isis as well as Thoth.

Here too, was the first time that it was clamed that the word Tarot was derived from the words tar and ro. These were Egyptian words meaning royal road.

This was prior to the deciphering of the hieroglyphs and even prior to the discovery of the Rosette Stone. Even though his theory was discovered to be false the belief has lived on. Thus the supposition has lived on to this day that these cards are both magical and in some circles regarded as evil. In reality it’s a means of making your mind concentrate to bring through your psychic self. Any tool will do the same thing if you concentrate hard enough. Tarot is a case of learning the various meanings of the deck you are using. Each one has various aspects to it from the zymology of the pictures presented to you by the artist to the number of the card which you will usually find in the top left hand corner. When you are leaning it is a good idea to first learn each separate card before trying to put them into pairs or threes. Once in pairs or threes they take on different meanings as the cards surrounding them influence the meanings. This is where a lot of people get a little lost. Cartomancy is to me far easier. Really this is where tarot itself originated.

Tarot cards were game cards right up until the 18th century. It was only then that it really started to be used by psychics as a tool. The best way to start is to start with a deck that you are drawn to. It is no matter whether it is the pretty pictures that draw you but you need to like your cards foremost. If you just choose any deck you will probably never be curious enough to look at each in turn until you commit them to memory. The feel of a deck is important to bring through your psychic abilities. Once you are totally comfortable with your deck try it out of a few friends. This is where the fun part starts. Do not try it on yourself and don’t try reading for yourself unless you want to confuse yourself. People have to be totally analytical to read for themselves and be able to put your personal wants totally out of your mind. This is very, very hard to achieve. What I would suggest is that a group of friends buy cards and then practice on each other. No one ever truly knows another person to the level where you would be reading with all knowledge of everything and this is a good way of testing your psychic abilities.

Every time you read make little notes of the outcomes of the various pairings and what they meant in the readings you give. Make sure you get and give honest feedback to your reader or as a quarent. This is important for the growth of your psychic reading abilities.

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