A deck is made up of 78 cards which are split into the Major and Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana interprets as ‘big secrets’! It skilfully depicts the psychological world and represents the ‘subjective’ – our joys, woes, passions etc.
The Minor Arcana is split into two further parts - the numbered cards and the Court cards and deal with the ‘objective’ external world. The numbered cards can offer foresight into the events around us and intriguingly the Court cards can redeem the influencing effects that other people have on our situation.
Simply put, Tarot is the journey of the soul. It is a wondrous tool for understanding energy on a deeper level. What we must not forget is that our spiritual pathway is forever unfolding depending on the choices that we make for ourselves. What this divination does is act a as toolkit to finding the underlying causes of our issues, which when emotion is involved, is sometimes too close for us to see for ourselves.
If you would like to try out a Tarot reading, then you can prepare yourself for it so that you get the most out of your prediction. Ideally you should write down your questions that you would like to ask the reader before your Tarot card readings.
Love is one area that consumes our time and energy. The card of the ‘Lovers’ illustrates the true power of the imagery of the Tarot. There is no doubt about the message it portrays on first glance but an accomplished Reader will use their intuition and psychic abilities to enlighten us to its ‘big secrets’.
A love reading can unfold impartial and significant guidance which can invoke new thinking and approaches to our state of affairs, freeing and liberating us to take positive forward steps.
Fortunately here at TheCircle we have an array of expert practitioners that specialise in relationship readings; it truly is worth giving one a call.