What is the Tarot?
The Tarot is collection of 78 images representing ancient and universal archetypes, as well as situations that might arise in the course of the lifetime of an individual. This collection is arranged in the form of a pack of cards and is used to gain insights into psychology and metaphysics, as well as foretelling the future. The true origins of the Tarot are controversial, having long been lost in antiquity. There are a number of theories, but most scholars agree that its present form originated in the Middle Ages.
How does the Tarot work?
Have you ever wondered how the Tarot can give such incredibly accurate advice? The answer can partly be explained by "synchronicity." Carl Jung coined the term to describe dramatic and deeply meaningful apparent coincidences. For instance, when you choose five cards in a Love Tarot reading, the results are anything but random. Your intuition knows which cards will give you the insight you need. So, if you've got a burning life question, try giving your rational mind a break. This time, let your intuition speak the truth to you with a Tarot reading. The results may blow your mind.
How to have a great reading!
Before you select the cards in your Tarot reading, try to take a deep breath. Center yourself. Is your love reading concerning a specific person? Visualize that person. If it's about career, picture your job or work environment. Formulate, as clearly as possible, the question in your mind. Then, choose the cards for your reading, and trust that what is being revealed is exactly what you need to know in this moment.