Now Your Turn to Reply
Select a tarot card from the table of contents, category, front page, or wherever you find one and then reply with your own tarot card meaning. The card prompts, below, may help loosen up story telling and reading skills…
In tarot, there is no right or wrong just difference. If you allow yourself to just write your impressions without worrying about whether you are right or not you will find impressions to be bang-on.
1.Who, what, why, when, where, and how?
2.What do you see?
3.What sticks out first?
4.There’s a story or allegory in every picture card. What is the story telling you?
5.What is the symbolism of colour and object in the picture?
6.Who are the people in the card? Why are they there? What are they doing?
7.What is the message of the card?
8.Where is the scene taking place?
9.When will it happen?
Describe the card, add some keywords or phrases to your reply. Let us know what you think the card means, what it’s all about. It’s your interpretation of the tarot card meaning and if your interpretation is sincere it will be Accurate, Right, and True. You can not go wrong!
How To Reply
- Let us know your tarot level. Is this the first time reading a card? Professional reader? Tried to read before but couldn’t? Years studying the tarot? etc..
- Before reading our keywords, description, etc. The most important criteria is that you reply with your own original impressions.
- Use the card image in the post for your KEYWORDS and DESCRIPTION and any other tarot meanings you discover while gazing at the card. While any deck can be used to read tarot, it’s useful for everyone to know where your impressions originated.
- Please use a correct email address that is often accessed. Your email address will be kept in the strictest confidence and only used to contact you about the possible inclusion of your reply in a published work. If there are any questions about the possible use of your impressions, please contact us privately or reply to this post. Thank you.