Tarocchi Cards began as a game in the 15th century. It only developed into a divination system hundreds of years later. So why not get playful with a game that is both relevant to learning the divine meanings of the cards, while also letting it be lighthearted fun. Scroll on for the game my friend and student Zoë made up with her pal on a rainy winter weekend.
People often think that you need to be gifted your first deck of cards. Hogwash! If you don’t have a deck yet, go out and buy the one that most speaks to you. To make it easier to learn, make sure the minor arcana cards (cups, pentacles, swords and wands) are also well-decorated with images that capture a moment in a story.
If you do get gifted a used deck, be sure to sage it and then put it back in order, with the Trumps on top. This helps reset or clear your deck to make it yours.
To get more comfortable reading with any deck, dive into my upcoming live online Art of Tarot Reading Course!
Learn more at PresentPathTarot.com/classes.
October 19th – November 4th, this class will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7pm PST.
Book by Fall Equinox to get it at the early bird rate!
If you want to join with a friend or two, I am offering a special rate when more than one person books the class within 3 days of each other and mentions who their buddy is in the checkout questionnaire!
Use the code 2FORCLASS to each get 10% off as a pair or group.
If you prefer to get your readings from a pro with a passion for the cards, please contact me for a tarot reading.
If you want to access your own insights without a deck, reach out for an intuition coaching session.
I hope to see you soon!
Jenna Lynne Roberts