#AtoZofHealing – [T] is for #Tarot – #AtoZChallenge
Welcome to A to Z of Healing with Isheeria’s Healing Circles.
[T] is for Tarot
As you hopefully know by now, I myself am a Tarot Reader practitioner, and in this journey of A to Z of Healing I am sharing some of my experiences from my practices.
The Tarot originated in the 5th century as playing cards, however, over time they have morphed into tools of divination – Guidance and for Predictions.
Modern Tarot packs are based on the Italian deck known as ‘Venetian’ or ‘Piedmontese’.
There are a total pf 78 cards, each with a unique drawing, meaning and message.
The symbolism of Tarot (read about symbols here), lends a richness to the pack for divination.
The Symbols in each Tarot card are the keys to unlocking the meaning of what is happening in your life.
While the Guidances are applicable for a period of 3 to 6 months, I have found that the suggestions are very pertinent to the query/ problem at hand and show a way forward.
The Tarot helps to de-mystify what is actually happening, where is the obstacle and challenge, and what is the way forward. It offers advice on solutions and also the larger perspective on your query. It helps you see the larger picture.
There are many methods to doing Readings with Tarot. There are single card, 3 cards and multiple card layouts – each are used depending on the nature of the query.
The only thing to remember is that one should always consult the Tarot Cards with reverence and faith. And the question should be stated clearly, with no ambiguity.
One of my experiences with the Tarot, where it came handy during an immediate problem, was when one of my dog’s went missing – We were in a panic, and running around searching for him.
In that moment, the Tarot card which came out was ‘The Fool’ – This immediately told me that he had not been picked up or gotten into trouble, but had just wandered off, probably while playing or chasing a bird. This helped me calm down, and renew my search in the areas where I knew he liked to play – We found him tired and fast asleep, safe & sound.
Tarot Cards are an important part of my morning-daily ritual. I use them for guiding my day, and also for meditation and contemplation.
Have you ever had a Tarot Reading?
Ishieta @ Isheeria’s
PS: You can contact me directly or write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal tarot reading.