Tarot cards are a divination form which translates to working with a higher self or with the divine. Tarot card readings are undertaken by tarot experts who possess a third eye looking into things that remain hidden from the naked eye.
Tarot serves as a map of the soul, which is an in-depth psychological guide that boosts self-empowerment championed by the 78 tarot symbolic cards.
By going down memory lane, we discover that tarot cards came into the limelight in the 16th century in Italy, where wealthy people used them to play a game known as Tarocchi. It wasn’t until two centuries later that tarot card readings came into the fore for interpreting spiritual divination.
How Tarot Cards Work
The process is referred to as synchronicity, a term that describes a temporary coincidence of events occurring. Through this process, there is no clear definition between the inner and the outer. The card choice matches the exact thing your higher self is aware of.
In essence, tarot card readings are the conversation you have with your higher self while the cards take the form of a sacred mirror.
Types Of Tarot Card Decks
We are living in a world where there are thousands of tarot decks to choose from. However, a traditional deck contains 22 major Arcana (trumps) that are archetypal images.
There are a further 56 minor Arcana cards, an additional personality (court) cards that include; Queens, Kings, Pages, and Princes. There are four suits (or elements) comprising of fire, earth, air, and water that hold ten cards each. Experts reveal that there are numerous ways you can use to work a deck. Clients select the packs that call unto them intuitively.
Professional tarot card readers are well versed in the many layers of tarot card dealings that include colour scales, Kabbalah, the tree of life, pathways, alchemy, Hebrew letters, symbolism, mythology, numerology, astrology, and learning ways to meditate with every card directly.