The Tarot is a learning process, which can be simplified by breaking the cards down into their suits, or groups. Mastering each step allows you to read the cards with confidence. In the meantime you are encouraged to read only those cards you have become familiar with until you eventually know the complete pack.
The Tarot is more than a set of cards; it is a book of life. Life offers us an infinite number of possibilities, yet we often limit ourselves through habit, fear of change or simple routine. We all have physical needs: we must eat and keep warm to survive. Beyond these survival needs, we have emotional, mental and spiritual needs. The Tarot is a book of symbols which relates directly to our needs on all of these levels. The very name suggests mystery, hints at magic.
The Tarot is not only about predicting the future. That is one aspect of the Tarot, but it can be used for many other purposes. The Tarot can highlight the spiritual causes of events and shed light on the lessons we can learn from the challenges presented to us. The Tarot can help us to decide on the most suitable course of action, when to move and when to wait, or when to look in another direction entirely.
The Tarot does not replace free will. Rather, it can give us more information upon which to base our decisions. This brings us to the obvious question: what is the Tarot?
Create A Personal Connection with The Tarot, looking the images and meditates about the cards. Put each Arcana under your pillow each night and remember your dreams in connection with the card. Repeat this routine with the 22 Major Arcana cards. It take 22 days.
Read the Picture in The Card with all details. I.e. The sun at the right corner (future), at the left side (past).
Tune in To Your Intuition all the time and confirm then.
Read the Tarot for Yourself time to time.