In order to improve your Tarot reading skills, you'll want to do a little practicing on your own. You can practice reading the cards for yourself first in order to help yourself learn the meanings of each of the cards. You can start your daily tarot reading once you understand each card and its meaning, it will be much easier to understand everything that the Tarot card means.
Learning how to read the tarot cards takes time and practice. And, as with any other skill, there are many tips and tricks for maximizing your ability. Below is a list of five basic tips every new reader should know.
What is Tarot Reading?
Tarot reading is the art of using a card deck in a form of divination where one or practitioners make use of the tarot cards to gain insights into the present, past, or the future. One creates a set of intriguing questions, then draws the cards and interprets them for that particular purpose.
Card Spreading TechniquesCard techniques are a lot of fun to play with. They add a lot of variety to your magic and are great for walk-around or stand-up situations. Typical tarot spreads include the following:
- 1-card draw - a single card is pulled from the deck and read on its own. This is often done to answer a specific question.
- 3-card draw - three cards are chosen to represent past, present, and future. This is commonly used before making an important decision.
- 5-card draw - five cards are pulled to represent past, present, and future plus two additional cards that highlight the root cause of issues and opportunities in a particular area of concern.