The tarot is a psychic storybook, it’s a roadmap and a connection to our universe.
There is nothing superstitious, scary or ‘out-there’ about tarot-cards. You maybe someone with strong religious beliefs. Please keep and open mind and recognise that the idea of using one or more of the 78 coloured cards is not voodoo. Just consider this……
“On one level the these cards are a rather strange coloured picture on a piece of plastic coated cardboard, nothing more, nothing less.”
“On another level, you can recognise the cards as having their own distinct energy. This energy is relative to a particular person, event or situation at a particular time. Rather like walking into a Christian church and seeing a cross, a Jewish Synagogue with a Star of David or any other religious symbol. Except there is nothing religious and spiritual about a tarot card.
Tis is a powerful tool for discovering insight into a complex life. And, it can be used for self-improvement through benchmarking. By benchmarking we mean establishing where the person is now and then moving onto what may transpire in the future.
The Tarot has benefits and limitations. While it’s a handy tool, it cannot solve all problems. Nor can it make decisions for you or tell you what to do.
A Tarot reading is like a snapshot of the present and future all rolled into one by tuning into universal energies a picture of unseen influences, patterns of behavior, obstacles, and strengths. A tarot reading can give an idea of what’s happening now, the past, and some aspects of the future and how to get there.
The Tarot gives suggested actions likely outcomes; however, it does not predict the future. The future is not a static or unchangeable thing and it depends of free-will. We all make choices and decisions each moment of our lives, whether we are conscious of them or not. The gift of free allows everyone the ability to create their own future.
With the insight gained through a Tarot reading, you will be better equipped to make decisions and take action that is in line with your best interests, growth and development.