What awareness can Tarot provide me?

The Tarot contains of 78 cards 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards…

What awareness can Tarot provide meThe 22 major arcana cards are very powerful and hold the most weight
The 56 minor arcana cards are divided into four suits:

So what awareness can tarot provide me in relation to a reading and how it will be interpreted…

A reading containing Wands:

Wands represent the element fire – they typically denote the spring months. Wands represent the “fire of the soul”, the “divine spark”, primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition, action, eagerness, impulsiveness. Wands will typically represent winning life’s battles, overcoming obstacles and moving ahead. They mirror what is important to you at the core of your being. They address what makes us tick.

A reading containing Swords:

Swords represent the element air – they typically denote the winter months. Swords are often referred to as the “sorrow” or “loss” cards. Swords represent our intellect, the cold sharpness of reason, the acceptance of truth, action, change, force, power, oppression, ambition, courage and conflict. They represent how action can be positive and/or negative. Swords represent struggle and animosity. In the tarot, swords depict people embattled or overloaded, seeking to overcome difficulties or enemies.

A reading containing Pentacles:

Pentacles represent the element earth – they typically denote the autumn months. Pentacles represent the material aspects of life including work, business, trade, property, money and other material possessions. They are commonly called the “money” cards. Pentacles deal with the physical aspect of our lives therefore relate to outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity. They have to do with what we make of our outer surroundings – how we create it, shape it, transform it and grow it.

A reading containing Cups

Cups represent the element water – they typically denote the summer months. Cups represent love, happiness, and emotional relationships. Cups are about displays of emotion and the expression of feelings. Cups indicate thinking with your heart rather than your head, and reflect your impulsive responses to situations. Cups are also linked to creativity, romanticism, fantasy and imagination. Predominantly cups in a reading suggest seeking solutions to what are primarily emotional conflicts, love matters and emotions.

What awareness can tarot provide me using the Zodiac:

A reading containing Wands in the zodiac could represent as a person – Aries, Leo and Sagittarius
A reading containing Swords in the zodiac could represent as a person – Libra, Aquarius and Gemini
A reading containing Pentacles in the zodiac could represent as a person – Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo
A reading containing Cups in the zodiac could represent as a person – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

In the Tarot time:

The Emperor Aries
The Hierophant Taurus
The Lovers Gemini
The Chariot Cancer
Strength Leo
The Hermit Virgo
Justice Libra
Death Scorpio
Temperance Sagittarius
The Devil Capricorn
The Star Aquarius
The Moon Pisces

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Can a Tarot reading help me move on and heal?

Written by Amber

http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

Can a Tarot reading help me move on and heal?

Can a Tarot reading help me move on and heal

It is correct that a decent Tarot reading can help you to move on and heal – the actual art of divination can be very beneficial and balancing.

A decent Tarot reading can provide transparency, help solve issues and provide you with alternative options and solutions it will also help you to gain awareness on those things you need answered.

A decent Tarot reading can help you to see more clearly, look at situations from a different angle!

I get asked frequently can a Tarot reading help you to move on and heal – yes sometimes it is beneficial to obtain a clear understanding of your current position, to be able to see how you got there and what would help you move forward.

Sometimes a psychic tarot reading can shed light on something which is confusing you or is causing you worry or concern.

Tarot is also helpful when you need to find a way forward or deal with awkward situations. A psychic tarot reading can also be used to help in matters of the heart, romance and family issues.

How to use a tarot reading to move on and heal

In my opinion a professional face to face tarot reading is by and far the best option, it gives you the scope to ask questions as you go, find a professional tarot reader local to you and visit for a reading, have a list of questions you need answered in your head or write them down.

If you are in the Hertfordshire, UK area and want a professional face to face tarot reading at a time to suit you contact me at: tarot.amber@gmail.com

Alternatively I like many other professional tarot readers also work online and can be contacted via my email above or from my website at: http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

There are also several self-help approaches to help you to heal using tarot:

Meditation: Whether you use tarot or any other form of meditation the actual practice of meditation is very useful and good for you.

Using tarot cards to help with meditating:

Using tarot cards to help with meditating is simple, there are 78 tarot cards in the tarot deck – 22 major and 56 minor arcana cards – so a lot to choose from! Look through the tarot deck and find a tarot card which either represents how you feel or your situation or choose a card you feel drawn to.

Sit in a quiet room free of distractions stare deeply into the card.  Every tarot card tells its own individual story in the imagery, colour and emotion shown on the card. Using tarot cards to help with meditating is not difficult, relax and allow your thoughts to settle imagine your situation and what it is you want to alter – let go of. Look for the solutions within the tarot card.

Now keep the card or a copy of the card with you let the energy and image of the card help you to manifest whatever it was you meditated upon. Use this exercise your own way once you begin using tarot cards to help with meditating you will gain a better understanding of your situation and the possible solutions open to you.

There are several self-help approaches to help you to heal using tarot – Is a negative situation troubling you, an addiction, or an addictive person. Perhaps you want to break a bad habit, heal from an illness or end a difficult life phase.

Similarly you could choose a tarot card which represents how you  or your situation:  For example if it is an addiction you want to let go of you may choose the Devil card. This card shows two people bound by a chain which is hung loosely around their necks, they appear to be enslaved.

Place the tarot card that you have chosen in the example it is the Devil card face down on the table, and confirm to yourself that which you wish to break free of.  You may even like to print a copy of the card, repeat your conformation of what you are letting go of then destroy the printed copy of the card, this can feel energizing.

Each of the 78 tarot cards in the tarot deck – 22 major and 56 minor arcana cards has a story to tell.

Tarot motivates the senses, brings out creativity and intuition which sparks us to delve inside ourselves and seek knowledge and answers. A psychic tarot reading is a powerful tool for healing.

So why choose a psychic tarot reading as a powerful tool for healing?

Ok let’s examine an example of how to use a tarot reading to move on and heal…

For this I have chosen the 2 of Pentaclestwo_pentacles

So first let us consider the image itself: It depicts a young man standing on one leg he appears to be dancing while juggling the two pentacles wrapped in the infinity sign. Behind him is a turbulent sea with two ships riding the waves, the man looks to be concerned about something.

The turbulent sea behind him and the fact he is standing on one leg we can denote anxiety, un-balanced emotions, situations or circumstance, therefore this card would be perfect to use if you are feeling anxious or lead a hectic lifestyle.

Study the tarot card you may feel you become the character juggling, multi-tasking even feeling anxious.  Or you may feel drawn to study the tarot card and analyse what is actually happening relating this to your own experience, see how to help the character figure out a better option.

Here is a list of some of the keywords for this card: Adaptability, juggling, anxiety, agitation, trouble, travel, balance, utilizing skills and thought before action.

Consider the turbulent sea on the card – turbulence, trouble, riding the waves. Each ship has a full cargo but must be stabilised so as not to sink. Look at the characters face he appears concerned all is not right in his world like the ship behind him he is in turmoil. He is perhaps doing too much at once, multi-tasking and juggling, His dance shows us he can be adaptable (he is able to dance and juggle at the same time)

As you can see studying the image various ideas form, now look deeper is he dancing or in-fact on one leg, maybe timing is an issue, feeling out of place, being caught wrong footed, or maybe this is a sign of an actual physical issue with the leg.

You can also examine the colour in the card and so on…by drilling into the card you can start to unravel your own feelings asking questions of yourself while looking into the card, seeking your own answers from within you. Don’t force the answers let them come naturally.

This is one of the self-help methods to help you to heal using the tarot.

So when asked: Can a Tarot reading help me move on and heal YES it can

A decent tarot reading is beneficial and a psychic tarot reader like myself will look at this card as well as the surrounding cards and piece together a picture of where you are right now and how you got there, then discuss the possible outcomes which are shown in the tarot reading.

This process is very insightful and will help you to gain clarity and understanding of your situation and how you can heal and move on.

For more info on private readings with myself face to face or online visit me at:

http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

Can a Tarot reading help you to move on and heal?

Written by Amber

http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

It is true that a good Tarot reading can indeed help you to move on and heal – the actual art of divination can be very therapeutic and harmonizing.

Can a Tarot reading help you to move on and heal

A good Tarot reading can give clarity, help resolve issues and provide you with alternative options and solutions it will also help you to gain insight on those things you need answered.

A good Tarot reading can also help you to see things – situations from a different angle giving you an advantage. A lot of people ask me can a Tarot reading help you to move on and heal – yes sometimes it is advantageous to get a clear understanding of your current position, to determine how you got there and what can help you move forward.

Sometimes a psychic tarot reading can shed light on something which is baffling you or is causing you worry or concern. It can also help you find a way forward, help you deal with awkward situations or find the right communication vent. A psychic tarot reading can also help you heal a rift in a relationship or move on from a painful experience.

How to use a tarot reading to move on and heal

One of the easiest ways is to get a reading – find a professional tarot reader local to you and visit for a reading, have a list of questions you need answered in your head or write them down. Alternatively look online there are hundreds of psychics working online like myself I can be contacted at:  http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

or via email at: tarot.amber@gmail.com

There are also various self-help methods to help you to heal using tarot:

meditationMeditation: Whether you use tarot or any other form of meditation the actual practice of meditation is very beneficial and good for you.
Meditation using tarot:

Meditation using the tarot can be quite simple, there are 78 tarot cards in the tarot deck – 22 major and 56 minor arcana cards – so a lot to choose from! Look through the tarot deck and find a tarot card which either represents how you feel or your situation or choose a card you feel drawn to.

Sit in a quiet room free of distractions, now look deeply into the card meditation using tarot need not be difficult, relax and allow your thoughts to settle imagine your situation and what it is you want to alter – let go of. Look for the solutions within the tarot card.

Now keep the card or a copy of the card with you let the energy and image of the card help you to manifest whatever it was you meditated upon. Use this exercise your own way once you begin the meditation using tarot you will instinctively know what is right for you.
The-Devil There are various self-help methods to help you to heal using tarot – perhaps it is a negative situation which is troubling you, an addiction, or an addictive person. Perhaps you want to break a bad habit, heal from an illness or end a troublesome cycle in your life? Using a similar method to above, look through the tarot deck and find a tarot card which either represents how you feel or your situation from the tarot deck – For example if it is an addiction you want to let go of you may choose the Devil card. The image I am using here is from the Rider Waite Tarot Deck it shows two people bound by a chain which is hung loosely around their necks, they appear to be enslaved.
Place the tarot card that you have chosen in the example it is the Devil card face down on the table, and confirm to yourself that which you wish to break free of. It may also help at this stage to print a copy of the card and your conformation of what you wish to let go of then destroy the image of the card. As you do, feel yourself being freed from what has enslaved you.
Each of the 78 tarot cards in the tarot deck – 22 major and 56 minor arcana cards has a story to tell.

Tarot stimulates our intuition and creativity, thus provides an opening which allows us to delve inside ourselves and seek knowledge and answers. A psychic tarot reading is an intense tool for healing. So why choose a psychic tarot reading as an intense tool for healing?
Ok let’s examine an example of how to use a tarot reading to move on and heal…

For this I have chosen the 2 of Pentacles..

Two of PentaclesSo first let us consider the image itself: It depicts a young man standing on one leg he appears to be dancing while juggling the two pentacles wrapped in the infinity sign. Behind him is a turbulent sea with two ships riding the waves. The man seems to have a concerned look on his face.
This card could be chosen to help deal with anxiety or a hectic lifestyle. So the idea is for you to study the card, this can be done in a number of ways you can actually become the character trying to multi-task juggling and dancing. Or you can look into the card and study what is actually occurring help the character figure out a better option.
So with card some of the keywords are: Adaptability, juggling, anxiety, agitation, trouble, travel, balance, utilizing skills and thought before action.
What does the sea tell us behind the man…turbulence, trouble, riding the waves. We can deduce each ship has enough cargo for their journey but must stabilise the ship so as not to sink. From the mans concerned face we can deduce that all is not right in his world like the ship behind him we can see he is worried, doing too much at once, trying to multi-task and be adaptable (dance and juggle at the same time)
The juggling itself can indicate that he is trying to juggle many things in his life. Can you see how we go with this image, you can look deeper is he dancing or in-fact on one leg, could there be an issue with timing, feeling out of place, being out of caught wrong footed, or maybe this is a sign of an actual physical issue with the leg.
You can also examine the colour in the card and so on…by drilling into the card you can start to unravel your own feelings asking questions of yourself while looking into the card, seeking your own answers from within you. Don’t force the answers let them come naturally.
This is one of the self-help methods to help you to heal using the tarot.
So when asked: Can a Tarot reading help you to move on and heal? YES it can
A psychic tarot reader can also help you to heal using the tarot in a similar way, like myself I will look at this card as well as the surrounding cards and piece together a picture of where you are right now and how you got there, then discuss the possible outcomes which are shown in the tarot reading.
This process is very insightful and will help you to gain clarity and understanding of your situation and how you can heal and move on.
For more info on private readings with myself face to face or online visit me at:
http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

Need answers want clarity? Something you can’t quite figure out then let the Tarot help you gain insight

Written by Amber

http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

Need answers want clarity? Something you can’t quite figure out then let the Tarot help you gain insight.

I have over 25years of experience and offer compassionate and intuitive tarot and angel card readings; I also use numerology and astrology in my readings…

Face to Face psychic tarot readings in St. Albans Hertfordshire and surrounding areas ring: 07915393089 or email: tarot.amber@gmail.com

Online email psychic tarot readings and tarotscopes visit: http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

The Tarot consists of 78 cards 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards…

The 22 major arcana cards are very powerful and hold the most weight

The 56 minor arcana cards are divided into four suits:

Wands represent the element fire – they typically denote the spring months. Wands represent the “fire of the soul”, the “divine spark”, primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition, action, eagerness, impulsiveness. Wands will typically represent winning life’s battles, overcoming obstacles and moving ahead. They mirror what is important to you at the core of your being. They address what makes us tick.

Swords represent the element air – they typically denote the winter months. Swords are often referred to as the “sorrow” or “loss” cards. They denote intellect, the cold sharpness of reason, the acceptance of truth, action, change, force, power, oppression, ambition, courage and conflict. They represent how action can be positive and/or negative. Swords represent struggle and animosity. In the tarot, swords depict people embattled or overloaded, seeking to overcome difficulties or enemies.

Pentacles represent the element earth – they typically denote the autumn months. Pentacles denote the material aspects of life including work, business, trade, property, money and other material possessions. They are commonly called the “money” cards. Pentacles deal with the physical aspect of our lives therefore relate to outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity. They have to do with what we make of our outer surroundings – how we create it, shape it, transform it and grow it.

Cups represent the element water – they typically denote the summer months. Cups represent love, happiness, and emotional relationships. Cups are about displays of emotion and the expression of feelings. Cups indicate thinking with your heart rather than your head, and reflect your impulsive responses to situations. Cups are also linked to creativity, romanticism, fantasy and imagination. Predominantly cups in a reading suggest seeking solutions to what are primarily emotional conflicts, love matters and emotions.

In the Zodiac:
Wands – Aries, Leo and Sagittarius
Swords – Libra, Aquarius and Gemini
Pentacles – Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo
Cups – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

In the Tarot time:

The Emperor Aries
The Hierophant Taurus
The Lovers Gemini
The Chariot Cancer
Strength Leo
The Hermit Virgo
Justice Libra
Death Scorpio
Temperance Sagittarius
The Devil Capricorn
The Star Aquarius
The Moon Pisces

Contact me today with your tarot questions and for info on private readings at: tarot.amber@gmail.com
Or at: http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info If YOU NEED answers want clarity? Something you can’t quite figure out then let the Tarot help you gain insight.

What insights can Tarot give me?

Written by Amber

http://www.online-tarot-readings-by-amber.info

The Tarot contains of 78 cards 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards…

The 22 major arcana cards are very powerful and hold the most weight

The 56 minor arcana cards are divided into four suits:

What insights can Tarot give me So what insights can tarot give me in relation to a reading and how it will be interpreted…

A reading containing Wands:

Wands represent the element fire – they typically denote the spring months. Wands represent the “fire of the soul”, the “divine spark”, primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition, action, eagerness, impulsiveness. Wands will typically represent winning life’s battles, overcoming obstacles and moving ahead. They mirror what is important to you at the core of your being. They address what makes us tick.

A reading containing Swords:

Swords represent the element air – they typically denote the winter months. Swords are often referred to as the “sorrow” or “loss” cards. Swords represent our intellect, the cold sharpness of reason, the acceptance of truth, action, change, force, power, oppression, ambition, courage and conflict. They represent how action can be positive and/or negative. Swords represent struggle and animosity. In the tarot, swords depict people embattled or overloaded, seeking to overcome difficulties or enemies.

A reading containing Pentacles:

Pentacles represent the element earth – they typically denote the autumn months. Pentacles represent the material aspects of life including work, business, trade, property, money and other material possessions. They are commonly called the “money” cards. Pentacles deal with the physical aspect of our lives therefore relate to outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity. They have to do with what we make of our outer surroundings – how we create it, shape it, transform it and grow it.

A reading containing Cups

Cups represent the element water – they typically denote the summer months. Cups represent love, happiness, and emotional relationships. Cups are about displays of emotion and the expression of feelings. Cups indicate thinking with your heart rather than your head, and reflect your impulsive responses to situations. Cups are also linked to creativity, romanticism, fantasy and imagination. Predominantly cups in a reading suggest seeking solutions to what are primarily emotional conflicts, love matters and emotions.

What insights can tarot give me dealing with in the Zodiac:

A reading containing Wands in the zodiac could represent as a person – Aries, Leo and Sagittarius

A reading containing Swords in the zodiac could represent as a person – Libra, Aquarius and Gemini

A reading containing Pentacles in the zodiac could represent as a person – Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo

A reading containing Cups in the zodiac could represent as a person – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

In the Tarot time:

The Emperor Aries
The Hierophant Taurus
The Lovers Gemini
The Chariot Cancer
Strength Leo
The Hermit Virgo
Justice Libra
Death Scorpio
Temperance Sagittarius
The Devil Capricorn
The Star Aquarius
The Moon Pisces

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Wisdom of the Tree of Life – Tarot and the Kabbalah

Written by Amber

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The catalyst for the belief that the tarot and the Kabbalah are connected was French occultist Eliphas Levi during the 19th Century.

His belief in the connection of the Tarot and the Kabbalah the Tree of Life inspired his interpretations of the Tarot. What is the Tree of Life? The Tree of Life is a diagram of all of the energies that make up the universe, God, and man.

What is the Tree of Life? it is a map of the microcosm and macrocosm, it is the meaning of the phrase “as above, so below” . The tree of life has 10 spheres or levels of influence called Sephirot (plural) and 22 paths connecting the Sephirot.

Each of the Sephirot of the Tree of Life represents levels of consciousness – in other words how we can connect with creation – God and spirit. Each sphere on the Tree of Life represents an archetype of one aspect of God’s energies.

The 10 Sephirot are:

  • 1.      Keter or Crown
  • 2.      Hokhmah or Wisdom
  • 3.      Binah or Understanding
  • 4.      Hesed or Kindness
  • 5.      Gevurah of Severity
  • 6.      Tiferet or Beauty
  • 7.      Netzach or Eternity
  • 8.      Hod or Splendor
  • 9.      Yesod or Foundation
  • 10.  Malkuth or Kingdom

Each of the 10 Sephirot has a unique energy of its own and is supervised by an archangel for example Archangels Raphael and Michael work together to lead the sephirot called “Tiferet”, which means beauty and harmony.

The connection between Wisdom of the Tree of life – Tarot and the kabbalah

The Tree of Life as we discussed earlier has 22 paths connecting the 10 Sephirot – the Major Arcana has 22 cards. With each of these 22 Major Arcana cards having a meaning which is related to the meaning of those paths.

The 22 Arcana cards connection between Wisdom of the Tree of life – Tarot and the kabbalah

Keter – Binah 1. The Magician
Keter – Hokhmah 0.  The Fool
Binah – Hokhmah 3. The Empress
Binah – Gevurah: 7. The Chariot
Hokhmah – Hesed 5 The Hierophant
Hokhmah – Tiferet 4. The Emperor
Binah – Tiferet 6. The Lovers
Gevurah – Hesed 8. Strength
Keter – Tiferet 2. The High Priestess
Gevurah – Tiferet 11. Justice
Hesed – Tiferet 9. The Hermit
Gevurah – Hod 12. The Hanged Man
Hesed – Netzach 10. Wheel of Fortune
Tiferet – Yesod: 14. Temperance
Hod – Netzach 16. The Tower
Tiferet – Hod 15. The Devil
Tiferet – Netzach 13. Death
Hod – Yesod 19. The Sun
Netzach – Yesod 17. The Star
Hod – Malkuth 20. Judgement
Yesod – Malkuth 21. The World
Netzach – Malkuth 18. The Moon

 

So you can see how the Wisdom of the Tree of life – Tarot and the kabbalah are connected.

If you have any issues/problems and need a one-one online reading please contact me:

Amber: tarot.amber@gmail.com

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