TAROT IS

written by Minal| August 23, 2017


Inquisitiveness and curiosity is instilled in people and it's not different when it comes to tarot reading or tarot cards Weirdly enough when people imagine a tarot card reader

 They imagine a woman wearing a flowing robe, with some hundred rings on her fingers leaning over a small table with a candle or a magic ball

You picture that? Right!

 It's a myth..and should be broken!

Tarot readers are normal people just with an enhanced psychic ability which takes years of practice

Coming to the actual tarot cards

If you asked me this some 10 years ago my answer would change cause then I lived in a whimsical world and i looked at the surface of things rather than the core I would look at each card And their meanings And try to relate them to the questions people asked me That's what amateur tarot readers generally do,

 But Tarot cards for me today are a way to connect to the Divine power above us.

Tarot cards are made of 78 cards, They are divided into major arcana and minor arcana

For someone who has never seen tarot cards could find a reference of them in playing cards

 Like playing cards are made of four suits clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades

Tarot cards are made of cups, wands, pentacles and swords

Similarly like in playing cards you have king Queen jack

 In tarot cards we have Kings, Queens, Knights and Page These are my favourite cards

They are known as people's cards and they actually can be related to people and their

Behaviours So all in all tarot cards for me are a way of connecting to God But also a way of connecting to the people who i read these cards for.


       


MINAL

A doctor by profession and a tarot cards reader by choice, Born in a spiritual family in Mumbai, a typical metro city girl. I believe in God but also believe that you cannot have a blind faith in anything. When science and spirituality meet they teach you to see with your eyes and believe with your heart. Being very close to my Grandfather I grew up listening to stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharata and believing in one Supreme power who is always there to Guide you.Read More >>



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