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.
Many people who are new to Tarot find themselves baffled by all the possible interpretations for the cards. Log on to any Tarot site and you’ll see lists and lists of keywords. Every textbook offer different interpretations depending on the view of the author, and the interpretations can even seem to be contradictory at times. So what do you do?
There are so many decks of Tarot cards available these days. Every deck is bright and beautiful but has a very different vibration. It’s a matter of feeling which one is right for you. There really are no hard and fast rules, so I recommend you follow your heart and have fun with it.
When you draw a card spread for yourself or another person, whether using our online readings or your own cards at home, it’s always a good idea to establish the overall theme of the reading before interpreting the individual cards. This will really help you get the most of your readings.
When you first start learning tarot you will find a wide range of possible meanings for each card. Every book or website you check has a different interpretation, and there are so many associated keywords. Here’s how to remember them all!