Learning How to Read Tarot Cards

by Charlie Reese

The reading of tarot cards has been around for centuries. Today they are read by people from all walks of life and all educational, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds. The reading of tarot cards takes place in private homes, at parties, at festivals, in college dorm rooms and in the offices of psychics. Reading tarot cards is both a fun activity and a serious inquiry into one’s life journey.

Reading tarot cards is an activity that combines random choice with informed interpretation. The person receiving a reading chooses a number of cards from the deck. The number is dependent on the kind of reading taking place. The choice is believed to be guided by an inner energy – a subconscious level of knowing that the conscious mind can not recognize. The reader then, interprets the symbols on the chosen cards to reveal significant insight to the recipient.

Reading tarot cards has become popular again in the last few decades in modern mainstream culture. It is easy to find a psychic in any community – large or small -0 where you can schedule a private reading. These can cost anywhere from $30.00 to $100.00 and usually last about an hour. In a private session like this, you are free to ask questions that probe deeper into the meaning of the symbols on the cards and find more specific relevance to the circumstances in your life at the time of the reading.

Tarot card readings are also readily available at summer and fall festivals across the country. You can buy barbeque chicken, handmade jewelry, and get your tarot cards read all in an afternoon stroll. These readings cost between $5.00 and $20.00 and usually last no more than 20 minutes. This is because they take place outside, under a canopy, and there is usually a line of people waiting their turn. Though less intimate than a private reading in an office, the insight revealed by the symbols is no less meaningful to the recipient. Even at a crowded festival, the cards can speak volumes through a skilled interpreter.

Reading tarot cards is something you can also learn to do yourself. There are books, online courses, home-study guides, and physical schools where you can gain the necessary information. More than a commitment to study, becoming skilled at reading tarot cards requires practice most of all. The more you do it, the better you become at intuiting meanings which is really what makes the difference between a good and an excellent reader.

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