Tarot and oracle cards may seem alike, but what’s the difference? If you’re just getting into reading cards, it can be tricky to find an entry point. The best deck is always the one which chimes with you, but knowing the difference between tarot and oracle decks will help you choose where to start.
As a Reiki/Master Teacher (Usui Method) and Shamanic practitioner Maria has a special interest in healing. Maria also enjoys numerology, psychometry, especially floromancy, (flower reading) and dowsing.
Often times when people come for a Tarot reading, they want to know WHEN something will happen. In my experience, we can certainly incorporate TIMING into our Tarot readings, as long as we are willing to be flexible, and to pay attention to where our intuition is guiding us.
The Tower is one of those cards that often brings fear to the hearts of those getting a reading. The imagery of the Tower is intense. If we reframed it as a card of enlightenment we could see it so differently.
All of the Aces of the Tarot represent new beginnings. They are powerful cards that promise a significant start, followed by the achievement of results. They are filled with a primal force that evolves into an expression of each suit’s energy.
In this article, I want to discuss the Tarot court cards and provide some top tips that I wish I knew when I first began my Tarot journey. So, what actually are the Tarot court cards, and how can we understand them?
When we do a reading, we aren't simply walking a one-way street. We're not just looking at something static that reflects something static back to us. We are delving into the workings of the unconscious - and the unconscious is very much active and responsive.