Monday, April 3, 2017

What Can Tarot Cards Tell Us?

Last week I was so excited to learn that Amazon had launched in Mexico - we can now order books without having to pay ridiculous shipment fees. To celebrate, I bought myself a new tarot deck!  

The deck is adorable: The Everyday Witch by Deborah Blake. The pictures make you feel like you are in a storybook - full of witches, potions and adventures. In psychic school our teacher encouraged us to pay attention to the images and not to look at the book (which I don't entirely agree with, as an author and blogger). Deborah's book is fantastic and it puts the meanings in everyday words. 

What Can Tarot Cards Tell Us?

I tend to read tarot intuitively, viewing the images as if they were scenes in a children's book with images  and no words. This lets you intuition speak when you connect with the characters and how they feel. This particular deck makes this approach easy, and we can also turn to the book for help if we need clues. 

There are several ways to work with tarot cards. I always begin by clearing a new deck with white light and intending for it to connect with my Higher Self. Be sure to ground, clear and shield your energy as well as the space where you find yourself (See Here)

With that done, we can try: 
1) Asking For Guidance: We can think about a situation and ask for guidance, intending for the tarot cards to tell us about our present circumstances and any considerations that we may not be aware of. This helps us make intuitive decisions, though its always good to check with your Heart and see how it feels. We bear with the consequences of our choices; the cards help, but our own instincts take the lead. 
2) Divination: Essentially, here we ask about the future. I personally have not done this as often because I believe our decisions influence the future, but if we have specific questions such as "when can I expect a job interview" it helps. In these cases, I always ask how best to navigate the situation and for any advice that leads us to success. 
Creating Your Future: If we are familiar with the cards and what they represent, we can also use them as vision boards, intending for the scenes to unfold as laid out on the cards. Always specify that you want 'this or something better' because the Universe is crazy creative =) 

We can combine this with the manifesting tools in the 7th & 8th chapters of my Chakra Healing & Magick bookYou will need a tarot deck and based on the book's theme, The Everyday Witch is a fantastic choice, not to mention how cute the pictures are.  

Reiki hugs, 



Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  

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