Reading the Tarot is not limited to keywords or images. Of course, you trust your intuition and read the image first, but there are themes beyond the core meanings of the cards. In today's episode, Mandy, Sharon and I talk about the theme of ending cards.

What makes an ending card? How do we know when it is an ending card? How do we know if it is being resisted or the ending is welcome? We go deep into all of these questions as well as what kinds of endings are represented.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be studying the underlying themes of the cards that you can use to enhance the quality and precision of your readings. These themes are written into the fabric of every day reality. Remember, this is not a tool to replace your card meanings, but a tool to introduce additional information to your awareness.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to type them in below!

Thanks for being here :-)

Direct download: A_closer_look_at_ending_cards_mp3.mp3
Category:Spirituality -- posted at: 12:08pm PDT
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There are only 78 cards in a Tarot deck that need to describe the entirety of daily life! How can only 78 cards accurately and consistently do this?

Every single card has a story to tell. Over the next few weeks, we are going focus deeply on beginning, ending, and transition cards. We are going to help you identify these and learn to apply them over a series of podcasts that will make you stronger in your reading skills.

Don't forget, we have a free set of lessons at easytarotlessons.com! If you'd like to join the academy for an even deeper understanding of the Tarot, the first month is $1! We'd love to learn with you.

Thanks for being here :-)

Direct download: Beginnings_Transitions_and_Endings_mp3.mp3
Category:Spirituality -- posted at: 3:46pm PDT
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Court cards seem to be the most problematic cards for many Tarot students. Without proper training, it is difficult to tell the difference between the various images. Tarot readers end up getting stuck with keywords that severely limit their divination abilities.

This episode focuses on the Kings in the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. The problem with these four cards is that they are all men just sitting on thrones. There isn't much to differentiate between them. Or is there? Mandy, Sharon and I got together to show how to tell the kings apart, as well as how to interpret them as something other than your boss or your daddy.

We hope that this helps your development of looking into the card and seeing more than keywords! Please feel free to share any experiences you've had with interpreting the kings in the comments section below.

Thanks for being here :-)

Direct download: Tarot_Kings_mp3.mp3
Category:Spirituality -- posted at: 3:06pm PDT
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