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It's something people say all the time: Don't ask a yes-or-no question in a tarot reading. Just about any introductory tarot book you pick up, or any reader you ask for advice, will deliver this counsel sooner or later. There seems to be a broad consensus that tarot is just not good for yes-or-no questions, that it can't (or won't) answer them, and we should never bother to ask them. But most people don't talk about why that's the case. Tarot is a narrative medium. Whatever question you ask, you get an answer in the form of pictures, symbols, and abstract themes. A tarot reading tells a story with its own characters, conflicts, and even a progression from the past through the future. ...

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Over the years, people have mistakenly thought I was a witch. You see, there are similarities to the practices of the witch and my personal work. But I have always known I am not a witch. Yet untangling practice, craft, and beliefs is not easy when the lineages of two very separate systems have been merged over time. Which is why I felt it so important to write Tarot Priestess and lay out the path of the Priestess. You see, a priestess can be mistaken for a witch and a witch can be mistaken for a priestess. To the uninitiated, they can appear very similar. But they are not the same and their paths, though at times parallel, are very different. I have always been and will always be a ...

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There are far more tarot spreads than we have room to discuss here. In fact, there are entire books devoted just to tarot spreads. There's a spread for every occasion and for every possible question. However, if you're trying to perform a reading and you haven't yet found a spread you like for your question, the best thing to do is to design your own. There's no official listing of approved tarot spreads and no reason that you have to use a layout made up by someone else. Remember, a spread is just a layout of cards designed to give you more specific information about a particular question. No one knows better than you what information you need to answer your question, so no one is better ...

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A wise high school teacher told us the secret to learning French was to think in French. That advice was a game-changer for me. Within time, I was speaking and even dreaming in French with an ease and flow. Every language shapes reality. Tarot is no exception. As a language, it reflects being human in a full spectrum from the mundane to the divine. To stay curious and open to a world of elements, great natural forces and our vast potential is to own the language of a true Magician. Following are 7 tips in creating Tarot as a second language. Think in Tarot.Tarot is a language of images. Learn the rhythms and power of non-verbal communication. Engage with the ways images speak daily. ...

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