Guessing or asking tarot?
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Guessing or asking tarot? Since we believe that the Tarot is not a fortune-telling deck, I would like to talk about the true purpose of this instrument.
It is worth remembering that the Tarot is 78 keys to the universe. 78 encrypted truths that happen every day in our lives. Long-term conditions, serious achievements, stages of personality development (Major Arcana) and everyday features, life, feeling, experiences (Minor Arcana) must be used for its intended purpose, that is, to determine from the perspective of the questioner that he or she is concerned, practically, the scheme the same as in the session with the therapist - the latter, with the permission of the patient, reflects, like a mirror, his condition, experiences that the patient may not be able to notice on his own. Sometimes we can resort to “introspection” by asking the “Whats on my soul?” Deck, getting an answer in the form of a schematic combination of Arcana (alignment).
However, you must admit, many ask household questions at all, for example, “will red or green suit me better?”, “Should I go or go to the store?”, Or “should I buy a rose or chrysanthemum?” Can such questions be considered related to self-development, introspection or awareness? It is such questions that instantly turn the tarologist into a fortuneteller, which is why many have the first association with Tarot cards - this is “fortune telling”.
It is worth remembering that we can solve many things ourselves, as well as independently receive answers to fairly simple questions. The Tarot deck is a tool with which we can see what is hidden, but resort to the help of secret knowledge or a deeper hint of intuition to solve everyday issues ... is it worth it?
Ask wisely. Think deeper.