Tarot Reading – Which Is The Best Suit For You

It is true that the best Tarot deck does not exist. With original artwork from the early 1900s, the Rider-Waite is one of the oldest and most popular decks. But since then, a huge number of Tarot Reading decks with varied themes have been produced. There is almost every theme ranging from fiction-based decks like The Lord of the Rings, Alice in Wonderland, and My Little Pony to other themes like Kamasutra, Steampunk, Hollywood, and even Gummy Bears. Besides, The Crowley Thoth Tarot, The Golden Tarot, The Hermetic Tarot, The Wildwood Tarot, and numerous other decks are more broadly applicable.

  • 0 The Fool: The Fool in Tarot Reading personifies a spirit of exploration, wonder, and immaturity. You need to be brave to make a new beginning.
  • I The Magician: When you draw The Magician, you can use your voice, words, and abilities to convey your thoughts to influence others and bring about change. Make some magic of your own now.
  • II The High Priestess: The realm of the subconscious lunar landscape and the High Priestess is intuition and self-confidence. In Tarot Reading, she advises you to pay attention to your inner guidance and resources and to trust your intuition.
  • III The Empress: The moment The Empress emerges, You have evoked the Earth Mother, a representation of the capacity to give and accept love and nurture in a healthy balance.
  • IV The Emperor: Pulling the Emperor puts you in a position of authority and personal power. In Tarot Reading, he serves as a reflection of your ability to take initiative and lead with boldness.
  • V The Hierophant: This card may represent a period of initiation or spiritual growth during which a teacher or mentor may enter your life.
  • VI The Lovers: The Lovers in Tarot Reading challenges you to take stock of how you approach, select, and give in to love.
  • VII The Chariot: It’s time to make progress that is victorious and in line with who you are and how you want to be in the world. The chariot stands for a residence that is on the move, which might be a reallocation.
  • VIII Strength: You are called to use your passion, hunches, and ingenuity when you pull Streng in Tarot Reading. Your energy and enthusiasm for life will be restored.
  • IX The Hermit: You might be entering a period of seclusion and introspection, during which the right time will come to reveal your future course of action. Spend some time apart from outside distractions to explore your inner worlds.
  • X The Wheel of Fortune: You should step out of the comfort zone where “luck” in the form of something novel may exist.
  • XI Justice: It is time to check in with yourself and let go of some of the baggage that’s been keeping you off balance. This Tarot Reading cards means that you should be in equilibrium in all spheres of life, including work, relationships, health, and money.
  • XII The Hanged Man: This card indicates that you are prepared to let go of something and break old habits. Time has come to expose your illusions.
  • XIII Death: This Tarot Reading card often does not represent actual death; rather, it is a summons to let go of the weight you are carrying and enter a new stage of life.

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