The archetypes are meant to be understood through the collective lens. One of my favorite ways of learning is by joining up with friends and talking about how we perceive the cards.
This week, I share with a fun game to play to enhance how you value each card. This is just one way to exchange ideas with a friend.
And other ideas for social tarot time!
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.
Play is important. Time spent listening to your higher self is important.
What if we can combine those two needs in one place?