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|I purchased my first deck of tarot cards back in 1983. But it wasn’t until some years later that I fully understood the meaning of the cards. As I became more and more comfortable with using my intuitive side, the cards suddenly “clicked” for me, and the story they told began to focus.|
In the past, the method I used for reading the tarot cards was simple – a combination of the “official” meaning of each card and the intuitive story that was playing in my head as the cards were drawn. In other words, the cards became a personal form of divination for me, just the same as some people may use a bowl of water or a crystal ball (both are forms of scrying).
It is not unusual for images to emerge outside of what the cards are telling us. Sometimes, answers to several questions arise, despite the fact that the questioner (you) only asked one.
I have many different decks of tarot cards and enjoy collecting them – but the ones I prefer to use, the ones I feel the most connected with, are the Rider-Waite Tarot as well as a french set of cards called Lenormand cards. I found that with the Lenormand cards, reading became easy and allowed psychic visions to flow more freely during a reading. Unlike the Tarot, which is enshrouded with deep symbolism, psychology, and astrological elements, the Lenormand cards give straight and simple answers – “this is going to happen,” or “this is the situation in front of you.” They are also clear and concise when someone wants a “yes” or “no” answer. I like to call Lenormand cards “down and dirty cards” because they cut to the heart of the matter. In other words, they are “matter-of-fact cards.” I will often use a combination of the Lenormand and the Tarot cards, consulting each deck for different aspects.