What is the Tarot?

I have been a professional Tarot reader for the last 8 years, and I started to give Tarot readings to friends and family 15 years ago. I have read countless books on the Tarot and attended training courses and recently I have been struck with a powerful thought.

I begun to think about what my role was a Tarot Reader and what people’s expectations are when they receive a Tarot reading and it became clearer that I needed to define to myself what the Tarot was, rather than listen to other peoples interpretations, as helpful as they might be, it was now time to go back to beginners mind and open myself to see things from a freer state of mind.

So I asked the question: What is the Tarot? In my next post I will share with you my insights.

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English: An original card from the tarot deck ...

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12 thoughts on “What is the Tarot?

  1. I love this. I look forward to your insights. My ideas regarding what the tarot is and my role as a reader are always evolving/changing.

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  6. Thanks Pamela, yes the Tarot reflects our experiences in life and helps us to see how to connect with our inner being. Plus with the Tarot being so vast, each person has the freedom to find their own unique relationship with the Tarot.

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