Which tarot deck should I use?

Which tarot deck should I use?

If you’re new to Tarot, you may prefer to start learning with the most popular Tarot deck, the Rider Waite deck. Of course, don’t be limited by thinking that if you’re new to Tarot, you can only read with the Rider Waite deck. You need to also consider if you have a personal connection with the cards.

Which tarot deck is more accurate?

Originally Answered: which tarot deck is most accurate or easy to read? “The Universal Rider Waite” tarot deck is easy to read and gives accurate prediction reading, in this dace total 78 Cards, Including 22 major arcana and 56 minor arcana cards.

What is the most well known tarot deck?

The Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck was originally published way back in 1909, and it’s probably the most popular and influential tarot deck out there.

Can you have too many tarot decks?

The problem with tarot deck addiction is that if you have too many decks, it’s really hard to build a rapport with any one of them. It’s the “spreading yourself too thin” syndrome. There are some people I know that simply collect decks for the art alone, and have never read with them.

What is the most powerful tarot card?

In almost all tarot games, the Fool is one of the most valuable cards.

Can you teach yourself to read tarot cards?

Learning how to use tarot requires a strong mix of intuition and familiarity with the symbols of the tarot. There is no right way to do it, and eventually everyone develops their own technique that they are comfortable with. We’ll go through a step by step process to get you started reading your cards in no time.

What religion do tarot cards come from?

Some using tarot for cartomancy believe that the cards have esoteric links to ancient Egypt, Iran, the Kabbalah, Indian Tantra, or the I Ching, though scholarly research has demonstrated that tarot cards were invented in northern Italy in the 15th century and confirmed that there is no historical evidence of the usage …

Is tarot or oracle better for beginners?

As much as I love tarot decks, I have to agree that oracle cards are easier to read for the beginner. Unlike tarot, oracle decks generally have less cards. I say generally because oracle cards don’t have to stick to a set number like tarot does, the decks can contain however many cards the creator wants.

What should you not do when reading Tarot cards?

So whether you’re a veteran reader or new, here are my top tips that you will find invaluable:

  1. Don’t look up Tarot card ‘meanings’
  2. Do be experimental and brave!
  3. Don’t mix your spirits!
  4. Do learn astrology and Kabbalah!
  5. Do not offer free readings!
  6. Do keep a journal.
  7. Don’t predict or fortune tell!
  8. Do say what you see!

How often should I read my Tarot?

For many people, once a year is enough for a “general outlook”. Others enjoy a reading every six months or every quarter.

Which is the best tarot deck?

Smith-Waite Tarot Centennial Edition. This is not a new tarot deck,but in my opinion,it is the best edition of the classic Rider-Waite deck.

  • Tarot of Mystical Moments.
  • White Numen Tarot.
  • Light Seer’s Tarot.
  • Tarot of the Divine.
  • Everyday Witch Tarot.
  • The Field Tarot deck.
  • The Wild Unknown Tarot.
  • Universal Waite Tarot.
  • Morgan-Greer Tarot Deck.
  • How to find the perfect tarot deck?

    You see it numerous times

  • Find yourself thinking about the card deck
  • Someone you know is showing you how they just got that same deck,or one very similar
  • You got a different deck,and it’s not working out
  • How to choose your very first tarot deck?

    What am I hoping to gain?

  • Do I believe in this enough for it to be useful to me?
  • Can I read symbolism into these cards and not take everything so literally?
  • Would I prefer printed cards that I can physically connect with or digital to start?
  • Do I prefer traditional or modern style of art?
  • How much do I want to spend?
  • How long do I want them to last me?
  • What should you do with your first tarot deck?


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