Meanings Tarot Cards
Here you find the meanings of all tarot cards, with the keyword phrases for upright and reversed cards, and how to practically interpret the card.
Reading tarot cards is easy. I strongly believe that anyone can do it. I conclude that from having done tarot readings for complete strangers, asking them what they saw. In a few steps they came up with the traditional meaning, without ever having opened a book. If you want to learn to read the tarot, all you need is some patience and the courage to associate freely with what you see on the card.
On this website, you will find a variety of information about tarot cards and oracle cards (because let’s face it: they are both fun, right?)
Here you can see two examples of the 10 of Cups. What do you see here? A family, a rainbow, children playing. How does this make you feel? A good feeling? Does it remind you of anything? I already know that your interpretation is very close to the original meaning because the meaning of this card is about feeling positive about your future, desiring for happiness, and a good family life. Congratulations! You just interpreted your first tarot card.
Tarot Guide For Beginners helps aspiring tarot card readers open a tremendous source of wisdom hidden within. With the help of easy explanation, tarot card meanings, journal prompts, spreads, and exercises, you learn how to do intuitive tarot readings. This way, you can trust your instinct instead of looking up the meaning of a card in a book. It helps you soar through doubt and limiting beliefs around reading tarot cards. It will show you that doing intuitive tarot readings is simpler than you thought.
I am convinced you can read tarot cards. I’ll teach you everything. With 25 years of experience, I offer you free tarot content on how to interpret a tarot card, you can dive deeper with short courses that you can do in an afternoon and you can learn from others.
My name is Jolanda Bolt and I am the author of the Tarot Guide for Beginners. In this book I teach everything you need to know to read your tarot cards intuitively. Each chapter contains explanations and exercises, as well a comprehensive part with all the tarot card meanings. I’ve done thousands of tarot readings, and taught a lot of people how to interpret their tarot and oracle cards.
Over twenty-five years ago, I discovered the power of tarot card laying. The longer I worked on it, the more I learned about myself. After a while, I noticed I was also very good at reading tarot cards before others. Not because I am clairvoyant (at least I don’t consider myself that), but because I use the cards as an advisory tool. Since that time, I have done hundreds of lectures for others. Right now, I only do readings during special promotions. To know when these actions take place, I advise you to subscribe to my newsletter. My members will be the first to see the offer.
The cards can help you gain insight into certain events or situations because sometimes things just happen that confuse you. Often, that is because you are too involved. The emotions and feelings get a grip on your thinking and acting. This makes it difficult to look at the situation objectively, let alone decide.
My goal is to teach you to read your tarot cards and deepen that knowledge. For this I will regularly share new content in my blog, but I also develop short training courses. This way you can purchase a new training at your time because you know that you really have time and space for it at that moment.
You don’t have to have psychic abilities if you want to study reading tarot cards. It’s because interpreting is more of a psychological game than “receiving” information intuitively. I’ve never felt clairvoyant. You can just be yourself when you read the tarot cards, whether you are intuitively developed or not. The more tarot readings you do, the more you train your intuition. We all receive that information differently. There’s no wrong way.
Some people consider tarot cards woo-woo, but after so many years of experience, I know they’re far from that—as long as you use them properly. In fact, I believe that a woo-woo mindset can actually negatively affect your experience reading tarot cards. Just stay grounded and give yourself a reading that really helps you. That requires you to:
A tarot reading where you only find answers as vague one-liners and judgments about what you should do is not helpful. It is therefore best to leave those kinds of readings behind and give yourself what you really need.
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