Vedic Astrology, Nadi Astrology
Tarot reading is an ancient divinatory art in which cards are used to represent various situations in a person's life, both past and present. It employs Tarot Cards and their symbols to predict outcomes. A typical card reading reflects our past choices, confirms our current situation, and forecasts a possible future for your consideration.
In tarot, we believe that the future is already programmed in a person's subconscious mind, and that the answer can be found through meditation and vibrations.
Each colour, sign, number, and symbol in tarot cards has its own meaning.
Tarot card reading is particularly useful in cases of uncertainty, such as when deciding on a career, marriage, or business.
When someone is delusional, he can use tarot reading to help himself.
Each of the 78 cards in the Tarot deck has its own imagery, symbolism, and story. The 22 Major Arcana cards represent life's karmic and spiritual lessons, while the 56 Minor Arcana cards represent our daily trials and tribulations.
Some may dismiss Tarot cards as nothing more than ink on paper. Tarot is our life's storybook, our soul's mirror, and the key to our inner wisdom.
The seventy-eight Tarot cards contain every spiritual lesson we encounter in our lives. When we consult the Tarot, we'll be shown the specific lessons we need to learn and master in order to live a life of inspiration. It's as if you're holding up a mirror to yourself, allowing you to access your subconscious mind and tap into the wisdom (and answers) that we all possess.
Tarot is ideal for self-improvement, goal-setting, coaching, business planning, and meditation, among other things. Simply pose a question, pull a card, and immerse yourself in the imagery to gain instant access to your inner wisdom and the answer you seek.
When reading Tarot cards, there are four basic steps to follow: Consider your question first, then choose a Tarot spread with positions that pertain to it. After that, you'll shuffle the cards and lay them out in the spread, then interpret the cards to find the answer to your question. Tarot cards can be learned by anyone. There are many spreads available online to inspire you, and you don't have to memorise the meanings of each card — just click on the cards above to look them up! Still, the traditional meaning of the Tarot cards is only part of the story; you'll need to use your emotions and intuition to figure out how the cards revealed apply to your specific situation.
Yes, the course begins at the beginning and basic level and progresses to higher levels. Every concept, symbol, and meaning is explained in detail to help students understand and learn about the Tarot Card subject.
The Spread is the specific layout in which the Tarot cards are laid out. The following spreads are possible for the cards:
The Five Card Spread: This spread uses five cards spread in the shape of a plus sign (+) to help you decide which action to take to steer your life in the right direction.
The Eclipse Spread is a V-shaped spread that uses seven cards to answer direct questions.
The Celtic Cross Spread is considered the most difficult to interpret because it uses a total of ten cards. It is commonly used to reveal information about complex issues.
The language will depend upon the Astrologer you choose. The good news is that we have Astrologers with a variety of language options to choose from.