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Common Tarotorial Questions, Answered!

by Pamela Coe on Oct 18, 2021

Common Tarotorial Questions, Answered!

Q: How does the Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck help me in improving my Tarot Readings?

A: The Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck works off the most iconic and popular tarot deck, the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck. By understanding the meaning and symbolism of these classic images, you will become more aware of these symbols and intentions when pulling cards. These cards work like flashcards, helping to improve your memory and strengthen your image recall.

Q: Are there images in this tarot deck?

A: No. Each of the 78 tarot cards contains a written description of the artwork in the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck. Its written meaning helps your brain to connect the link to the illustrations on other tarot decks.

Q: I have worked with tarot before and have a good understanding of the cards. Is this tarot deck suitable for me?

A: Absolutely! While many beginner tarot readers will use the Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck to help them learn the meanings behind the cards, this deck is suitable for more seasoned tarot readers to help them brush up on their skills. It's also an excellent guide for tarot teachers to work in their classrooms.

Q: When is the best time to use this tarot deck?

A: The best time to use tarot is when the moment feels right. From daily readings to more serious questions and guidance, tarot can be used whenever and wherever!

Q: Why should one use tarot?

A: Tarot is a helpful tool for those on their spiritual journeys. It helps one tap more into their intuition, higher self, and own inner wisdom to seek guidance and answers that might be troubling their souls.

Q: How do you pull tarot cards?

A: There are many ways one can do a tarot reading. A three-card spread is a common method. If you are new to tarot, we suggest pulling one card a day to help you learn about the messages of that card before you start incorporating more cards into your readings. We have also included a booklet of traditional and standard card spreads and reading layouts to help you learn other ways to do tarot readings.

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