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What is Tarot?

Tarot is an incredible divination tool that has been used for centuries to help understand the fortune of the querent. It is based on the principle of energy - and this is relied upon to draw the appropriate card for the question being asked. A traditional Tarot deck consists of 78 cards, each illustrating a different and unique meaning. A tarot reader studies the message physically drawn on the card, and together with their own intuition, derives at an answer for the client based on the cards that have been chosen. Tarot can predict events from the past, present and even into the future. Of course this is speculative, and outcomes can be changed based on the karmic behavior and attitude of the client. A tarot reading simply enlightens the client with the potential for events to happen. 

Tarot Cards

How do Tarot Cards work?

In a traditional deck of Tarot cards, we have 78 different images which can mean various different things. Each card carries a particular energy of the Elements it is associated with, ie. Earth, Air, Fire and Water. And each element provides you with information about events that can happen. For example - Fire Element cards, known as Wands are often associated with work, career, travel, jobs, leadership, ambition and goals. Water Element cards, known as Cups, tell us about our emotional attitude towards circumstances, like love and joy, or sadness and depression. Furthermore, the Major Arcana cards, which are a subdivision of the 78 cards in the deck, can denote messages of great transformation and karmic changes. 

How can I benefit from Tarot?

Tarot cards provide insight in your fortune and luck. They offer you guidance as to how events may take place, how and when they will occur, and/or how you can handle them. When used correctly, they can steer you on the right path, and help you make reasonably good choices, by showing you the potential outcome of the choice. They are used to open your mind to possibilities that you may not be consciously aware off. 

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