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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Tarot?

The Tarot is a system of symbolic images and archetypes that I use as a tool for self-exploration and personal growth. This typically involves a Tarot deck, a set of 78 cards divided into two categories of motifs: the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards representing significant life events or archetypes, such as The Fool, The Lovers, and The World. The Minor Arcana comprises 56 cards divided into four suits (Cups, Batons, Swords, and Denier), representing more everyday aspects of our lives. The Tarot communicates deep meaning and guidance through a visual language that the deepest parts of our self can understand. While we may struggle to comprehend this motif system cognitively, the archetypes and symbolism impart lessons for us to uncover.

What is Tarot Advising?

Tarot advising is a form of divination involving a Tarot card deck to gain insight and guidance on a particular issue or question. Put another way, it’s a practice in which a tarot advisor uses a deck of tarot cards to provide insight and guidance to a client. By combining the Tarot with our ability to reason with our ability to understand and relate to others, we can make more informed and well-rounded decisions. This is the primary goal of a Tarot advising session.

Why should I have a Tarot Advising Session?

Tarot advising can be used for various purposes, such as gaining insight into personal relationships, career decisions, timing, or spiritual growth. It's important to note that the Tarot is not meant to predict the future or provide definitive answers but to offer guidance and inspiration for navigating challenges and making impactful or difficult decisions. Using the Tarot, I can provide greater awareness of your unique characteristics, strengths, and challenges, explore your values, and develop a plan to move forward and make positive changes in your life. Tarot advising sessions are not a substitute for therapy or counseling and should not be used as a medical or mental health treatment replacement but should be approached as a tool for self-exploration and personal growth. When needed, it should be used in conjunction with other sources of guidance and support for concerns of medical and legal nature.

Do you have some examples?

Of course! Pleae keep in mind that these are only broad examples. Understanding Relationships: The Tarot can provide insight into how you relate to others and how your relationships may evolve over time. This can be particularly helpful for understanding patterns in your relationships and identifying areas for growth. Career Guidance: A Tarot advisor can offer guidance on your natural talents and areas of interest, which can be useful for exploring career options or making career decisions. Timing & Decision-making: The Tarot can also provide insight into the timing and the potential outcomes of different choices. This can be helpful when making important decisions or understanding why certain events are occurring in your life. By providing intuitive guidance and insight with the Tarot, those open to growth can take this new awareness and implement it in their lives.

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