The Tarot is included within this health site as it is widely used as a tool or process that
can help resolve not only health, but many other problems and it's use
supports personal growth and spiritual healing.
Tarot cards began as a card game
in northern Italy
in the 15th centaury and European occult devotees added extra cards
with symbolic pictures like; the Queen, Emperor, Pope,
Justice, Fool and Freedom etc. These images are metaphors representing
life aspects or
values, and the occult devotees were the compassionate thinkers,
scientists and healers
of the time.
Over the generations the tarot has attracted a great respect and
following, the cards can be drawn and appreciated for their art,
inspiration and divination. The Tarot like I Ching, Astrology and
Numerology provide new perspectives and solutions for any problem and many individuals make
interpreting the cards a profession.
Typical questions people have are
often about marriage, relationships, finances, work, travel, health and success.
The cards when drawn have an unexplainable way of of reflecting the
present and an amicable way forward.
To use the Tarot by yourself to work out a problem, simply keep the
problem in mind when consulting the cards. Shuffle, select, and look at and
cards, then interpret from the feeling you get by looking at a card and reading the user guide
or book. If the cards cause confusion or do not help, getting a reading
from an established reader is advisable.
are widely available from book stores and specialty shops around the
world and the Tarot has even evolved onto the web where readings are
The cards have more than one interpretation and there are many
Popular Tarot decks include: Rider-Waite Tarot,
Osho Zen Tarot
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