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.
When we pull a tarot spread, we are looking for comfort and guidance. We want to know what is going on and where this is headed.
When we read for ourselves, the interpretation is through the lens of the same anxiety that we sought answers from.
That’s why it’s important to remember the purpose of divination and the inherent compassion that the cards come from.
Or, to get a reading from someone who can bring objectivity to the situation.
Play is important. Time spent listening to your higher self is important.
What if we can combine those two needs in one place?
A Reading for this week of Thanksgiving 2020 and a Gratitude Meditation.
Meditation begins at 5:20
Deck: Dark Mansion Tarot by Taroteca
New to Tarot, Zoë explores the perfect new deck for her to enter into this field with, the Animal Totem Tarot. Jenna and Zoë talk about the wisdom and intelligence of this unique deck that is a great fit for anyone who understands animals and their behaviors. We offer a reading at the end for everyone listening.
Consider the power of the stick. It has a whole suit in the tarot. How did sticks become magic wands and what makes them so special?
The earthly background presented in each card is relevant to it’s overall message. As you learn to read the cards, it’s important to consider both the traditional symbolic meanings of the landscape