Tarot Cards

Tarot cards are a deck of 78 cards, each holding unique imagery, symbolism, and story. They are divided into Major Arcana (22 cards) and Minor Arcana (56 cards). Used primarily for divination, tarot cards can provide insights into the past, present, or future, based on the reader’s interpretation.

Tarot cards operate on the principle of synchronicity. The universe, in its profound wisdom, guides us to draw the cards that resonate most with our current situation.

A tarot reading involves shuffling the deck, asking a question, and drawing cards. The reader then interprets the cards based on their positions and relationships to each other.

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Tarot readings depend on interpretation; they offer guidance rather than concrete predictions.

Yes, but ensure you approach it with an open mind. Sometimes, when we're too close to the question we want answers to, we tend to force our own hopes onto what's really in the cards.

It varies by individual. Some seek daily guidance, while others consult during significant life events.

Trick question: We believe everyone has natural psychic abilities. That being said, tarot is about intuition, knowledge, and interpretation.

It depends on your personal practice. Some store their tarot cards in a silk cloth or a wooden box to preserve their energy. We like to store ours in a tarot bag with a carnelian, amethyst, or ametrine crystal.

They provide insights and probable outcomes based on current energies.

Every card offers wisdom. 'Negative' cards highlight areas requiring attention or come as a different way to explain an outcome. For instance, the Death tarot card doesn't mean physical death; instead, it can mean the end of a project, problem, or situation. 

You can shuffle the tarot any way you'd like; the key is to shuffle with intention.

Yes, with dedication and practice, anyone can learn.