So how do you interpret new tarot decks? It can be challenging given there are theme decks ranging from angels to baseball! Personally I think it’s best to read new decks intuitively. Just keep in mind that your interpretations should make sense to you personally.
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?
Your card today is the Three of Cups. This is a lovely card to receive because it can signify a wedding, the birth of a new baby, or positive change generally. This is a time of joy and promise, when you can celebrate your successes and move forward to a new stage in life. This card is more
Your card today is the Two of Cups. This is a great card to receive. It signifies two people coming together. A new relationship may begin or an existing relationship may be reconciled. This is the start of something beautiful!
Your card today is the Ace of Cups. This is an exciting card! When you see it in a reading, it means that new love is coming into your life. You are about to go through a journey of the realm of your heart.
Please only ask Tarot for an answer if you’re truly ready for the truth. Tarot can be incredibly blunt. The role of a professional reader is often just to communicate this to you in a sensitive way. You often already know the answer. Remember though, the truth can set you free.
Have you ever really needed to talk to someone but just didn’t know what to say or how to say it? It’s not always easy to find just the right words to say. And it’s often not just what you say but how and when you say it that can make all the difference! If you need to communicate better, ask the King of Swords for some advice.