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Intuitive Tarot Readings

What is intuitive Tarot Card Reading?

Intuitive readings are often facilitated through tarot cards with a guide in an honouring sacred space. 

The cards are a powerful tool for self-reflection and guidance. Tarot cards serve as a visual representation of energies and symbolize various aspects of our lives. By tapping into our intuition, tarot readings can provide valuable insights and perspectives. 


Why should people be guided by tarot cards?


Tarot readings encourage introspection and self-awareness. They prompt individuals to ask meaningful questions you feel they need guidance in, helping them navigate challenges and make informed decisions.


Tarot cards offer a mirror to our thoughts and emotions, enabling us to gain clarity and understanding. 

Intuitive reading and tarot cards offer a valuable means of self-reflection, personal growth, and gaining alternative perspectives. By embracing this practice, individuals can tap into their intuition, make informed decisions, and navigate life's complexities with greater clarity and confidence.


Interpreting the cards, we delve into our subconscious, uncovering hidden patterns, desires, and fears. This self-discovery empowers us to make positive changes, break free from limiting beliefs, and embrace new possibilities.


Additionally, tarot cards provide a fresh perspective on situations. They offer alternative viewpoints, allowing us to consider different angles and possibilities.


This expanded awareness helps us make well-rounded decisions and approach challenges with creativity and resilience.

What are tarot cards?

A tarot deck is a set of 78 cards that are used for divination, self-reflection, and spiritual guidance.


Each card in the deck represents different energy, symbols, and meanings that can be interpreted by a tarot reader or used for personal introspection.


The deck is typically divided into two main sections: the Major Arcana, consisting of 22 cards that represent significant life lessons and spiritual insights, and the Minor Arcana, which includes 56 cards divided into four suits (Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles) representing various aspects of daily life and experiences.


Tarot decks can come in different themes, designs, and interpretations, but the fundamental structure remains the same.

It's important to note: Tarot cards should be seen as a tool for guidance rather than a fortune-telling device. They do not dictate our future but empower us to shape it through conscious choices and actions.

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