Have you wondered how to put together what the Tarot cards mean in a reading? Sometimes it can be challenging. Each card has a meaning of it’s own. However that meaning can change when that same card is combined with other cards in a reading.
Your card today is the Seven of Pentacles. When you see this in a reading, it means that you have a choice to make. You will need to decide whether to continue with a certain project or whether to put energy into something new. What will you choose?
Something fascinating about Tarot cards is the many layers of interpretation for each card. Here are some examples of the layers.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Hope you have a fun holiday. Here’s a cute card from the The Halloween Tarot by Kipling West for you. Enjoy!
It can seem that there are many, and often contradictory, rules about Tarot. You may find very different advice depending on which book or person you ask. Don’t stress, just take what works for you and leave the rest.
Your card today is the Four of Pentacles. When you see this card in a reading, it means that security and stability are really important for you right now. What do you need to build a strong foundation? A home? Money? A relationship? Many things in life can give us a feeling of security and stability. The key is to identify what will make you feel safest and to create it in your life now. Think real life lasting results, and not castles upon clouds.
If you study or read your tarot cards regularly enough, you will notice that certain symbols appear repeatedly. This reveals a common theme between the cards containing that symbol.
Your card today is the Two of Pentacles. What an exciting and energetic card to receive! It looks like you’re going to be quite busy and active.
Your card today is the Seven of Swords. The Mythic Tarot card I have sent you today shows the story of Orcstes. He has to deal with a very dangerous situation and be careful to stay safe – and alive!
If you would like to learn the Tarot, I would recommend that you first start learning with Rider-Waite-Smith (or Universal Waite) deck. It has very clear and relatively modern imagery. This makes the cards easier to remember and interpret intuitively.