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Opening Your Mind to Learning Tarot
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 09/26/2006 | Tarot Reading |
Opening Your Mind to Learning Tarot

Opening Your Mind to Learning TarotMore and more people these days are using tarot card readings to help predict their futures and guide their decision-making. Indeed, most people that routinely read or have their tarot cards read to them will tell you that tarot cards are an extremely powerful source of information and, when interpreted correctly, can allow people to accurately predict the future and therefore make extremely good choices before life-changing events take place. As with any alternative spiritual practice, there are sadly are plenty of skeptics that criticize or belittle mystical practices like Tarot reading. Ordinarily these people are simply afraid of the power of the spiritual arts, and find non-conventional forms of knowledge confronting or disturbing. If you are serious about learning Tarot card divination, or are simply curious about what you might gain from having your cards read yourself, you should not let skeptics dissuade you. The truth is that many forms of knowledge derive from unexplainable sources that resist conventional strictures like science and medicine. The secrets of the magical arts will only be revealed to those who come them with open minds and hearts.

Indeed tarot card reading is a complicated and deeply spiritual art form that draws on the inherent wisdom of the cards, as well as your own intuitive divination powers. Any person can learn to read tarot cards, but only a handful of individuals will truly master the process because there are only few amongst us that will be able to combine the ancient and magical authority of the cards with their own insightful capabilities. For example, when I first had my tarot cards read when I was only eighteen years old, I was lucky enough to see a very experienced reader. She told me then that she saw that I had deeply intuitive powers and that I would eventually begin to use these powers myself. Her prediction was correct, and some years later I began learning tarot card reading myself. I have been doing so for the past twelve years and now have a small but thriving business in my own community.

From my experience, before you can start to learn tarot card reading, you have to go through a process of re-educating your own mind. Anyone that wants to explore the mystical arts will usually have an innate openness to less conventional, mystical forms of knowledge. That said, to be able to really tap into the psychic arts, you need to completely dispel your ideas and notions of normal reality. Remember from birth, throughout out schooling, we are taught to confine our understandings of the world to scientific models of knowledge. We are told that unless something can be “proven” then it is not real. In order to release the power of tarot cards, we need to leave this idea at the door. Anybody who wants proof of the power of the tarot, is not going to be satisfied. The proof of the innate wisdom of tarot reading is something that comes through experience. In other words, only by putting your faith in the cards and seeing it’s ability to predict events down the track, can you learn that tarot cards can prophesize the future.

Before you learn tarot reading, it is always best to understand the background of tarot cards. The exact origins of the Tarot are still unclear, however, one thing we do know is that by the second half of the fourteenth century Tarot card reading was an established practice. Tarot cards were well documented throughout Europe, especially Italy, France, and Germany and some early sets of cards are still in existence today.

The most accepted theory about tarot cards suggests that the Tarot originated in ancient Egypt. We believe that the word "Tarot" comes from the Egyptian word, "Tar" (meaning path) and "Ro" (meaning royal) meaning the path of the royals. Most theories then hold that Tarot cards were brought to Europe in later centuries by the gypsies who, it is believed, emigrated to Europe from Egypt.

The long history of tarot reading is an important vindication of its deep and ongoing value as a source of information. In this modern world, we still require the assistance of divination. Only by letting go of the dictates of science can we open our third eye and an tap the power of the tarot.  

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