Tarot Card Reading.
I started years ago reading tarot cards and have always been amazed at the various attitudes surrounding them. I’ve seen people act as if they are the gateway to the spirit realm, wrapping them in silk and guarding them as if another person touching them would render them useless. I have seen folks that sleep with them and then of course those that see them as a game or parlor trick.
Although I don’t really use them unless someone asks for them specifically. I do see them as a tool that can break a barrier keeping you from the information the client needs. In my opinion they’re nothing more than a trigger for the intuition or a source of confirmation when things get confusing.
In one of my first Tarot classes I taught, I waited for everyone to get settled in the classroom. When I saw everyone was paying attention, I acted as if I accidentally knocked the cards off the table. I literally heard gasps as the cards scatter across the floor. I could see the uneasy expressions on many of the students so I asked “OK, now what do I have to do to get them to be readable again?” There were many answers ranging from burying them in sand, putting them in a crystal bowl and make it ring as crystal bowls do. One woman said I needed to take them home and sleep with them, her idea being that the cards need to absorb my vibration. I then said “here is what you need to do to make them readable” I gave a pause for effect then said “Just pick’em up, they’re just cardboard with pictures.”” The power is in you”
I don’t feel it’s healthy to attach yourself in any way to an inanimate object whether it be cards, crystals or rabbits foot. Although everything has a vibration and can affect you in some way, it still boils down to your own openness and attention to all the thoughts, images and impulses that make up the language of your intuitive mind.
Albert Einstein said “if you can’t explain a concept simply enough so anyone can understand it, you don’t know it well enough yourself.”
I totally agree with that statement. So much so that I have rendered the tarot classes down to such a degree that I can now teach a person to be proficient in Tarot reading in a matter of 45 minutes.
Remember Intuitive work is as simple as you make it.
See You Soon
I teach that class once a month at “The Intuitive Academy” at 1113 Hampshire Lane Richardson, Texas
You can check the calendar for class times by going to The Intuitive Academy section of this site.